Industrial or process immersion heater is a device used in industries for the manufacture and preservation of different chemicals, gases and viscous fluids like oil. With time, the advancement in technology has paved the way for many significant developments in the industrial sector as well. Today, electricity often powers this appliance. Electricity is comparably cheaper and environmentally friendly than any other fuel source.
There are four types of industrial heating devices namely Flange, Over The Side, Screw Plug and Circulation; with each having a different size, operating mechanism and mounting option.
Industrial Electric heaters are common in the paper and pulp mills because of their specialty to endure voltage fluctuations. They are effective in producing the finest quality of paper and calendar roll without any bents and turmoil. Other application of these heaters is in different chemical industries where viscous fluids need constant heat supply for prevention against lump formation in the product, which would cause a decline in its quality.
Yet another class of electric heaters are Process Heating devices, which are used for the treatment of fluids like oil, ammonia, nitrogen, water and fuel. The most crucial role of this device is in power generation along with oil and gas refining. The entire heating process is carried out using electricity as a power source.
The bottom of industrial electric heater comprises of metal, which is carefully welded. This gadget is available in the market with multiple variations in designs and shapes, which includes flat, tubular and elongated. The deviation in outlook and operational properties also depend on the manufacturing company.
The actual heating element or rod is layered with Magnesium Oxide along with Nickel Chromium used as an insulator. Immersion heaters are made specifically to provide quick heating without dissipating it and having robust technology for prevention against corrosion and rust. Temperature controller is also provided within, making it possible for you to maintain the right amount of heat according to the content in the container. Overall, the apparatus is shock proof so as to prevent injury; however, it is advised not to expose any body part to the device without taking necessary precautions.
Given below are some common reasons behind the natural gas preheating within industrial heaters.
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