Is it possible the 100W specified is a typo? It seems a bit low and, the
controller is rated at 230V, 8 Amps, 1840W, and so can accommodate much
On 12/14/2015 12:56 PM, Million Hailemichael wrote:
> Hi Jim,
> I replaced ours sometime this year and I got the heaters from OEM. In
> our case the temperature was unable to reach 70C, it will go to around
> 50C and it stays there. When i removed and checked, one of them was not
> heating. I got 100W, 240V heating cartridge from OEM Heaters and
> replaced all. Temperature came back as needed. The contact is below and
> their price is reasonable (`$30 each)
> O.E.M. Heaters
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> Minneapolis, Minnesota 55414
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> Thanks and good luck
> On Mon, Dec 14, 2015 at 1:23 PM, Jim Palandri <[log in to unmask]
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> Good afternoon!
> Disassembly and testing reveals that one of the three (a
> non-metallic composite?) heating cartridges has failed and will not
> heat. The Gasbench manual shows a single related part number 111
> 2800 "thermostated sample tray" which I assume is for the entire
> assembly including the aluminum block.
> Please will someone provide the Thermo part number for these
> cartridge heaters, and for the Watlow replacements as well if they
> are known.
> Thank you!
> On 11/19/2015 7:08 AM, Josiah Strauss wrote:
> Three things to check would be the Jumo controller, cartridge
> heaters, and the solid state relay attached to the Jumo. From what
> you mentioned it sounds like the heaters are failing. If Thermo
> supply them quickly, you can use Watlow heaters in their place.
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> <mailto:[log in to unmask]>] On Behalf Of Marilyn Fogel Sent:
> Wednesday, November 18, 2015 8:05 PM To: [log in to unmask]
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> Subject: Re: [ISOGEOCHEM] gasbench heatung block now with anemic
> We just had to replace our Jumo controller on the Gas Bench after
> moving the system across town. I would check that as well.
> Dr. Marilyn L. Fogel, Professor of Ecology Chair, Life and
> Environmental Sciences Unit School of Natural Sciences University of
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> On 11/18/15, 12:19 PM, "Stable Isotope Geochemistry on behalf of Dr
> S.F.M. Breitenbach" <[log in to unmask]
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> HI, try replacing the heaters as they might have got a bit
> this should help. best greetings, Seb
> On 18.11.2015 20:16, Jim Palandri wrote:
> Good afternoon!
> Thank you all for your suggestions regarding the Gasbench GC
> column bakeout temperature.
> Somewhat related, our approx. eight year old Gasbench
> block, while still able to attain and hold 70C, now
> cools quite
> quickly with the insulating cover off, and takes a very
> very long
> time to return to 70C, and the K2 lamp in the Jumo Itron
> stays on
> almost continuously.
> Is the solution here to simply replace the cartridge
> heaters, or
> will I need to delve more deeply to fix this?
> Thank you! -Jim
> Jim Palandri
> Research Associate
> Department of Geological Sciences
> 1272 University of Oregon
> Eugene, OR 97403-1272
Department of Geological Sciences
1272 University of Oregon
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