• Type
    Filter Housing Heater
  • Series
    Series 48
  • Set Point
    95°C (203°F)
  • Controller Module
    Display Only
  • Foam Thickness
    0.5 in. (12.7 mm)
  • Heating Element Material
    Teflon-insulated Wire
  • Enclosure Material
    Polycarbonate Lid, ABS Base
  • Insulation Material
    Molded Silicone Foam
  • Cover Material
    Fiberglass-reinforced Silicone
  • Connector
    Bulgin Mini Buccaneer
  • Voltage Requirements
    120 VAC
  • Compliance
    CE, UL E493192, cUL E493192, SEMI S2, NEMA 4X


Display Only Temperature Controller

Series 48 heaters feature a unique temperature controller inside a NEMA 4X enclosure which integrates a temperature process controller, a high-low temperature alert, and power switching with a safety high limit. The Display Module allows the user to locally adjust the operating parameters, including temperature set point, high/low temperature alerts, high limit (safety) set point, control mode (on-off/PID) and related parameters. It contains an alphanumeric LED display that displays the heater’s current temperature and alert condition.

Display Module

Filter Heater Design

The Series 48 filter housing heaters consist of specially designed molded silicone foam for optimum performance and increased thermal uniformity with a thermocouple embedded in the heater mat for tight temperature control. The contoured design conforms to the housing body, preventing heat loss. Corrosion-resistant stainless steel snaps allow the heaters to be easily removed for filter cartridge replacement. External heater surfaces safe to touch.


Series 48 filter housing heaters are used in conjunction with sterile vent and process filter housings and are ideally suited for processes such as:

  • Bioprocessing and Pharmaceutical Process Fluids
  • Fermentation
  • Product Recovery
  • Water for Injection
  • Filtration and Purification Processes
  • Skidded Systems
  • Tanks and Vessels

The NEMA-rated heaters allow for installation in the harshest of environments. The units can be mounted in any location where moisture is present, including clean-in-place (CIP) wash-down areas.

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