Chemical bath immersion heater


Heating liquids safely is the speciality of Mazurczak, a German company for which IES is the official distributor in Spain.

For each application, we offer you products that are accredited or developed to meet your own individual working conditions. Our heating elements are suitable for liquids, molten materials; vapours and gases, allowing assemblies that save space and ensure an optimum installation.
For better adaptation to different baths, our items come with different sheath materials: titanium, copper nickel plated, AISI 316 stainless steel, lead, ceramics and PTFE.
Many factors which affect casing corrosion are beyond the control of the feather manufactured.

For this reason, IES does not accept responsibility for heater electrical failure attributable to corrosion.

Curved: Different bending possibilities to adapt to any bottoms of deposits. Possibility of bending, special power and density for specific uses.
Fluoroplastics technical information, the characteristics of these fluoroplastics are:
– High temperature resistance PFA 260ºC+FEP 205ºC.
– Virtually universal chemical resistance.
– Electrical insulation properties and non-flammability.
– Excellent anti-sticking properties.
PFA: Perfluoroalkoxy
PTFE: Polytetrafluoroethylene (Teflon*)
FEP: Fluorinated ethylene propylene


Oil heaters

Corrosive liquids heaters

Commercial food heaters

Explosion proof areas heaters


Nuclear power generation

Petrochemical industry


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