- Heating of detergent, decreasing and coating solutions.
- Heating of washing and rinsing water.
- Heating alkaline pickling and alkaline plating solutions.
- Heating of metal working lubricants and preheating of fuel oil.
- Reducing viscosity of asphalt, tar, heavy oils etc.
- Melting waxes, tallow, lard, coconut oil etc. - with sludge legs
removed, heater will melt its way through when placed on top.
- Food process heating etc., where stainless materials are
- All tubular constructions, all materials nickel/chromium/iron alloy up to the terminal box.
- Three sheath power densities and a total of nine wattages available.
- Straight or curved heated zone to fit shape of vessel. The curved form will fit into a 200 litre or 44 gallon drum.
- Sludge legs keep heated zone above sediments.
- Thermostat supplied if required, build into a water reisistant terminal box.
Make your selection after considering the following:
- The appropriate sheath power density needed to avoid deterioration of either product or heater - particularly important if the product is unstable, viscous or corrosive.
- The total kilowatts required to achieve the desired temperature rise in the required time for the particular quantity of product.
- The heater form and riser height necessary to fit vessel shape and size, insertion aperture etc.
- If you require thermostatic control incorporated in the heater.