Industrial Heater Elements

Types of industrial water immersion heaters

Although some industrial heater element options can be interchangeable, most of these products were designed specifically to address a particular residential or industry need. Take a brief moment to review some of the types of products WATTCO™ manufactures and how they are typically applied in commercial settings.

OTS Heater

Industrial water immersion heaters come in a standard set of basic configurations:

  • Over the side – even heating of fluids or freeze protection
  • Flange – for boilers and fluid tanks
  • Pipe insert or bayonet – indirect heat to viscous materials such as those found in food manufacturing
  • Circulation/in-line – fast-acting, low-wattage applications such as engine preheating
  • Screw plug – fluids such as in rinse tanks, chemical baths and caustics
  • Booster – used in food service water supplies for sanitation purposes
  • Heating elements are also manufactured in a flat tubular configuration or a round tubular design.
  • OTS Tank Heater

Industrial heater element choices

To make navigation for the right industrial heater element even easier, we have designed Wattco.com to be as user-friendly as possible. Find out about industrial water immersion heaters and other products here, with detailed product descriptions and specs available online. For further inquiries, contact our representatives. Tank Heater

WATTCO™ has worked with a number of prominent customers to provide customized commercial and industrial solutions to heating problems. In keeping with our reputation as an industry leader, all products from WATTCO™ are guaranteed and our maintenance plans are quite thorough. Browse our other articles for more information about our specific products and their applications.

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