Industrial water immersion heaters are devices that are used to heat liquids in tanks or vessels. These heaters consist of a heating element that is immersed in the liquid to be heated. When electrical power is supplied to the heating element, it heats up and transfers heat to the liquid through convection.
There are several types of industrial water immersion heaters, including:
Screw plug immersion heaters: These heaters are designed to be screwed into a threaded opening in a tank or vessel. They are available in a variety of materials, including steel, copper, and Incoloy.
Flanged immersion heaters: These heaters are designed to be bolted directly to a flange on the tank or vessel. They are available in a variety of materials and can be used in high-temperature applications.
Over-the-side immersion heaters: These heaters are designed to be hung over the side of a tank or vessel. They are ideal for situations where it is not possible to install a heater directly into the tank or vessel.
Circulation heaters: These heaters are designed to be installed in a pipe or tank and are used to heat liquids that are being circulated through a system.
Industrial water immersion heaters are commonly used in a variety of industries, including oil and gas, chemical processing, food and beverage, and water treatment. They are also used in residential and commercial applications, such as in hot water tanks and swimming pools.