Water heater
oilfor high-viscosity productsfor gas

water heater
water heater
water heater
water heater
water heater
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Treated product
water, oil, for high-viscosity products, for gas
immersion, convection
Other characteristics
flange, for tank, screw-in, for the chemical industry, electric

Max.: 750 kW
(1,020 hp)

Min.: 0 kW
(0 hp)


Industrial immersion heaters are a fast and efficient way of heating up various liquid solutions in processing equipment, as well as in large tanks through the use of tank immersion heaters. Heating up liquids using direct heat transfer allows for the liquid medium to quickly reach the desired temperature using electric heating elements such as flanged heaters, screw plug heaters, over the side heaters or immersion water heaters. This application is commonly used in chemical processes, large petrochemical containers as well as large water containers that require fast heat up time. With minimal maintenance requirements, immersion heaters are an excellent solution to rapid heating in almost any industrial environment. The use of electric immersion heaters has been more popular in the past several decades as rising costs of fuels (and the necessary infrastructure that comes with it) force individuals to select a more cost efficient way of heating their applications. Ecologically conscientious groups have long advocated for cleaner energies to help save the environment. Electric immersion heaters have been known to use the cleanest form of energy, leaving no residual discharge and provide immediate heat transfer to any medium. Types of Immersion Heaters WATTCO manufactures a variety of immersion heaters including flanged immersion heaters, circulation heaters, inline heaters, and over-the-side heaters.



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