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Innovative Marine

Helio PTC Heating Element Holder - Innovative Marine

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232287
$29.99

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The Innovative Marine Helio PTC Heating Element Holder secures your heater in place with strong magnets, solving the age-old issue of failed suction cups. Heaters typically come with cheap suction cups that might hold for a few weeks at best. After the suction cup fails, the heater can move freely and possibly rest against some equipment causing it to overheat or even worse float out of the water and burn itself up. 

 

The Helio PTC Heating Element Holder is the perfect solution. Your heaters slide into the circular cutouts that feature silicone inserts to gently and securely hold your heater but allow for easy removal and maintenance when necessary. The other huge benefit is that the mount will properly space the heater away from the tank walls or baffles, allowing for circulation around the entire body of the heaters. The magnetic coupling system uses neodymium magnets that are completely sealed on the wet & dry side, keeping the system 100% reef safe!

 

Features

  • Cell cast acrylic
  • Designed for optimal water flow around the heater
  • Heater resistant silicone inserts
  • Rare earth neodymium magnets

 

Specifications

  • Dimensions: 3.71"L x 2.57"W x 1.70"H
  • Max Heater Diameter: 0.96"
  • Max Wall Thickness: 12 mm

 

What's Included?

1x Helio PTC Heating Element Holder

 

More Information
Product Name Helio PTC Heating Element Holder - Innovative Marine
SKU 232287
UPC 6940005107875
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Product Questions

Will this hold the BRS 300 watt titanium heaters?
Question by: Ethan Engdahl on Oct 13, 2022, 7:18 PM
Thanks for the question! This holder is only meant for the Innovative Marine Helio heaters which are much smaller than the BRS heaters. At this time we don't have a magnetic mount option for our elements unfortunately but it is something we are looking into!
Answer by: Kyle Thomas (BRS Staff) on Oct 14, 2022, 8:58 AM
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