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Robertshaw 41-418 Hot Surface Furnace Ignitor (Carbide)

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Robertshaw 41-418 Hot Surface Furnace Ignitor (Carbide)

Hot Surface Furnace Ignitors Series

The Robertshaw® Carbide Series Hot Surface Ignitors deliver dependable ignition in heating systems of every description: furnaces, boilers, rooftop heaters, infrared burners, unit heaters, water heaters, and many other types of HVAC equipment. Package includes a bracket.

Features and Benefits

  • Made from high-purity recrystallized silicon carbide. (Crystar™) which combines physical and thermal strength with stable electrical properties
  • Designed to reach ignition temperature(s) within 17 seconds
  • Have 18-gauge nickel chrome lead wires embedded and metalized in place for maximum holding strength and electrical conductivity
  • Manufactured with lead wires enclosed in a special high-temperature fiberglass insulation providing electrical protection
  • Operate at 120V AC. Some modules are rated for 208/240V input, however, the voltage to the ignitor is stepped down to 120V AC

Product Description

  • Series Application: Hot Surface Furnace Ignitor (Carbide)
  • Factory Part Number: 271NM
  • Ceramic Block Style: B
  • Lead Wire Length: 5-1/4” (133mm)
  • Terminal Connector Type: C

Cross Reference

Part#

5H75032A

767A-385

B14010-15S

b1401018

B14010-18S

DS418

DS418KX

ig1121

IG418

L45-552

Manufacturer

MODINE MFG.

WHITE-RODGERS

GOODMAN MFG.

GOODMAN MFG.

GOODMAN MFG.

SURFACE IGNITOR COMPANY (SIC)

SURFACE IGNITOR COMPANY (SIC)

STARLITE

SUPCO

JOHNSTONE SUPPLY

Additional information

Weight 3 oz
Dimensions 8 × 1 × 12 in
Brand

Robertshaw

Manufacturer

Mexico

Case included

Yes

Warranty

3 years

Model

41-418

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