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Moroso External Heating Pad Dimensions: 2" x 15"

Moroso 23997

710-23997

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Moroso External Heating Pad Dimensions: 2" x 15" $61.81
External Heating Pad
  • Dimensions: 2" x 15"
  • Self Adhesive Attachment
  • 150 Watts
  • 110 Volt Cord

  • Moroso 23997 Details

    Self Adhesive Style Heating Pads

    New and improved lamination process, this is excellent for pre-heating of oil pans, tanks and automatic transmission pans. Pad is secured to unit by self-adhesive attachment. The etched foil design distributes heat evenly. Superior grade silicone outer shell resist oil and dirt. Perfect for slender areas of oil pans/dry sump tanks. Has 150 watts of power.

    Specifications:

    Overall Length (in.)
    15
    Width (in.)
    2
    Cord Length (in.)
    36
    Oil Preheater Attachment
    Self-adhesive
    Oil Preheater Style
    External pad
    Power Supply
    110/120 V
    Quantity
    Sold as a kit
    Watts
    150.0 watts
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    23997

    These external heating pads are excellent for pre-heating oil pans, tanks and automatic transmission pans. Available in a hook/spring attachment style or self adhesive design. The superior grade silicone outer shell resists oil and dirt.

    Installing Self-Adhesive Heating Pads
    Moroso Self-Adhesive Heating Pads come in two different sizes, making them convenient to use on dry sump tanks or oil pans to pre-heat oil prior to racing. A few installation tips will insure maximum heat transfer and years of dependable service.

  • 1) Mark the location that the pad will be applied to, and prepare the surface so it's free from paint, grease, oil and large dents.
  • 2) Before applying the pad, decide where you want the power cord to go. Remove the protective backing from the pad and avoid touching the adhesive surface.
  • 3) Begin with the side opposite the power cord, applying pressure with your hand while forming it to the surface. Press the pad into any surface impressions as you go. If wrinkles occur, press them out as flat as possible.
  • 4) Apply a high-temperature silicone sealant/adhesive around the entire perimeter of the pad.
  • 5) Allow the sealant/adhesive to cure per manufactures instructions before using the heater.
  • 6) Circulating oil through the system while using the heater speeds the heating process.

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