Liquids and gases with a continuous flow can be heated effectively with compact circulation heaters.
Construction: A heating element is placed in a flow tube from the front. The exchangeable heating element is sealed with threads or flanges. The medium is led into the flow tube, passes the heating element and exits heated.
Temperature control: Circulation heaters require separate temperature regulators. One regulator controls the outlet temperature of the medium, a second regulator limits the temperature of the heating element.
Quotation: For a quotation an exact technical calculation is important. Please describe your planned application and specify medium, volumetric flow-rate, inlet temperature, operating pressure and desired outlet temperature.
|flow tube material||high-grade steel 1.4541, 1.4571, Inconel, Incoloy|
|diameter||DN 40 ... DN 300|
|length||350 mm ... 3000 mm|
|pressure||max. 100 bar|
|connections inlet/outlet||flange, thread, welded connection|
|heating elements material||high-grade steel 1.4541, 1.4435, 1.4828, Incoloy 2.48|
|heating power||max. 100 KW , max. 12 W/cm² at the heating element|
|mains voltage||max. 690 V|
|protection category||IP 54, IP 65|
|temperature sensor||NiCr-Ni (K), Pt100, others|
|electric supply||terminal box on the front|
|fastening||screw brackets, adjustable fixing devices|
|protection against accidental contact||optional detachable thermal insulation|
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