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PV240E

Polyvance 240V Replacement Element

Replacement Ceramic Element Assembly for 220-240V Model 7 Welders

  • Dimensions: 11" x 2" x 4"

This is the replacement element for the Mini-Weld Model 7 Airless Plastic Welder.  The previous design had a Ni-Chrome wire that, like a light bulb, would seem to burn out at the most inopportune time.  This design, however, has a ceramic element that lasts WAY longer.  In fact, Polyvance put this element on their cycle-tester to see how long it would last.  The cycle tester would turn on the element for 30 minutes, then turn off the element for 30 minutes.  This cycle happened 24 times a day for 9 months (a total of 6,500 cycles) and the element never burned out.

Here is another great thing about this element.  In the unlikely event that the ceramic core burns out, you can replace just the ceramic core!  Of course, what is more likely to happen is that the ceramic element will break if you happen to drop the element assembly.

Polyvance got tired of dealing with suppliers who said "this is what we have to offer.  Take it or leave it."  So, they started from scratch and designed their own.  

  • Polyvance wanted an element that would last a long time, so they designed it with a ceramic element.
  • They wanted an element that had a replacable heater so that you don't have to buy the entire assembly if the heater breaks or burns out.
  • They wanted an element that gets hot quickly and has enough power to keep the element hot, so they made it 200 watts.  This has WAY more power than most off-the-shelf elements.  Most off-the-shelf elements are typically in the 40W to 80W range.

FAQ

How many ohms resistance should the element show on a multi-meter when I test my element?

The resistance of the element should be in the range of 190 to 200 ohms.

I have an older Model 6 welder and the element is burned out.  May I replace that element with the Ceramic element?

Yes!  The 6012 Ceramic element will wire up to a Model 6 welder with no modifications necessary.

How to change the entire element assembly

How to change the ceramic heater in your element:

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