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Circulation heaters
In line heaters  - WATTCO - INDUSTRIAL HEATERS

Description

Circulation Heaters also known as "in line heaters" use steel, stainless steel, and titanium in many applications. Lube oil and waste oil applications often use steel for circulation heaters as it is fairly inexpensive compared to stainless steel counterpart. Water circulation heaters are made with stainless steel because of its anti-corrosive qualities. Both applications involve using a pump that flows the liquid through a closed pipe circuit (IE. water or glycol solution) that is reheated. A major consideration for this application is viscosity. Heat that is generated by the electric heater allows the liquid to be viscous enough to pass through the circuit of pipes. Circulation heaters come in a range of watt densities that are specifically designed for the medium that is heated. The required wattage to heat the oil or water is highly correlated to the flow rate (in GPM). The oil or water enters through an inlet (the inlet closest to … ** Ask for a quote **

Heating, industrial - installations and equipment
  • Circulation heaters
  • In line heaters
  • Skid Mounted Heater with Control Panel

Product features

ANSI Flange 2 INCH UP TO 42 INCH
ANSI Flange Rating 150 LBS, 300 LBS or 600 LBS ANSI Non Standard Flanges also available
Elements Steel, Stainless Steel, Copper, Titanium, Incoloy, Inconel
Controls Thermostatically controlled (0-255F), (55-550F) Digitally Controlled, Thermocouple, RTD
Terminal Box Housing NEMA 1 Standard Terminal Box, NEMA 4/4X Water Proof Terminal Box NEMA 7 Explosion Proof Terminal Box

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