Universal Nitrous Bottle Heater Kits
NX fully automatic bottle heaters are pressure controlled so you are always at the proper nitrous pressure. Heater element has surface temperatures above 300 degrees. This element can take a bottle from ice cold to operating pressure in minutes. Includes heater element, automatic pressure switch, HD 40-amp relay and harness and a -04AN manifold.
Due to the adjustability of the pressure switch contained in this kit, it is compatible with all nitrous kits on the market. Easy to use set-screw for making pressure adjustments.
With over 60 square inches of heating area that can produce 300+ degree surface temperatures, a Nitrous Express Nitrous Bottle Heater can take a bottle from ice cold to operating pressure in minutes. They maintain the correct pressure under the most demanding conditions by using an industry exclusive internal bottle pressure controlled switch instead of a temperature probe. The adjustable pressure switch is pre-set to begin heating the bottle at 1050psi but can be adjusted from 900psi to 1200psi, the 50psi working window maintains the optimum bottle pressure for your nitrous system with an ultra low amp draw. The finishing touch to a great nitrous system.
- Easy set-screw adjustable pressure switch from 900-1200psi
- Switch features a 50psi working window for consistent bottle pressure
- Bottle Heating Element produces 240 Watts @ 12V, 312 Watts @ 13.8V, 425 Watts @ 16V
- Pressure Switch has 1/8'' NPT threads and is pre-set at 1050psi
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