Immersion heaters

Description

A set of armoured tubular elements welded to a threaded connector (1¼ G, 1 ½ G, 2 G, 2 ½ G, M45 and M77)

Applications in industrial processes that require electric heating of liquids and gases, immersion heating has great energy output as the heat is transmitted directly from the heating element to the medium.

Flanged immersion: Formed by tubular elements, connection box and fixing flange. For assembly in tanks or a passage heaters. To make temperature adjustment easier, the elements are connected to allow several stages to be activated separately.

Assembly with PN16 and larger flanges, according to ASA.

Special manufactures to cover the needs of each industrial process, different powers, voltages, material for the tubular elements and flange (steel, stainless steel, Incoloy, copper, etc.)

Applications

Water, waste water and fuel heaters

Needle exchange heaters

Drum heaters

Oil heaters

Commercial food heaters

Explosion proof areas heaters

Heating components for food process industry

Heaters for sterilizers baths in food process industry

Sectors

Combined cycle power plants

Waste water treatment plants

Desalination plant

Nuclear power generation

Petrochemical industry

Chemistry

Co-generation and solar power generation

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