Door Pocket Heaters

These heaters are designed to eliminate freezing of the mechanical and electrical components that operate door mechanisms.

The Trivolt door pocket heater is manufactured using our Aluma-Heat heater element. Its construction provides a greater surface area of heat than traditional fin tubular style heater elements. It is designed to eliminate freezing the mechanical and electrical components that operate the doors.

  • Heater element is mounted on a phenolic board and provides the option of screw terminals or wire termination
  • Light-weight construction
  • Easy installation and mounting
  • The fin style Aluma-Heat® extrusions provides a larger surface area of heat therefore lowering skin temperature
  • This design tests to a higher dielectric resistance test than standard fin tubular heater elements
  • Maximum nominal voltage 750 volts (secondary insulating bushings used where applicable)
  • Up to 25 watts per square inch
  • All the benefits from the Aluma-Heat® and Aluma-Heat® Light heater elements apply to door pocket heaters. For more options, see Aluma-Heat®

Door Pocket Heaters

Approvals & Certifications

All our manufactured heater elements are presently CSA and/or NRTCUL approved and/or CE certified. Our products are manufactured and controlled by our internal Quality Management System. This program allows TriVolt to track the quality of every component that make up our products and monitors the workmanship of every electrical heater and sensor manufactured and assembled in our facility.

CSA Std.C22.2. no 72-M1984
UL Standard 1030 6th Edition
EN 60335-1:2004
Shock and Vibration: IEC 61373; Category 1; Class B
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 72-10 (2013)
UL 499 Thirteenth Editions; Class 2871-02 and 2871-82.

TriVolt Industries can also comply with any customer specifications such as “Buy America”. Our facility in Westfield, MA, USA lends itself to perform final assembly of heaters and systems to accommodate any Buy-America content requirement.

We can also generate special test conditions with specific set-ups, use computer models to design or isolate problem areas.

We are continuously improving our manufacture methods and products through testing, research and development. Our high standards extend beyond our product line.