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APPLICATIONS
WATTCO™ bottom mounted heaters come with copper or Incoloy® sheaths for use in most liquid heating applications. Refer to the construction chart below or call us at 1-800-492-8826 for further assistance in watt density and sheath selection.

 

    EXTRA FEATURES

  • Specially configured wattage or voltage
  • Customized riser height
  • Other sheath materials than those listed are available
  • Built-in thermostat or high limit controls are available
  • 4” sludge legs
  • Passivation for Incoloy® and stainless steel sheaths
  • Explosion-proof terminal boxes are available

    Images are for illustrative purposes only

APPLICATIONS
WATTCO™ bottom mounted heaters come with copper or Incoloy® sheaths for use in most liquid heating applications. Refer to the construction chart below or call us at 1-800-492-8826 for further assistance in watt density and sheath selection.

 

    EXTRA FEATURES

  • Specially configured wattage or voltage
  • Customized riser height
  • Other sheath materials than those listed are available
  • Built-in thermostat or high limit controls are available
  • 4” sludge legs
  • Passivation for Incoloy® and stainless steel sheaths
  • Explosion-proof terminal boxes are available

    Images are for illustrative purposes only

APPLICATIONS
WATTCO™ bottom mounted heaters come with copper or Incoloy® sheaths for use in most liquid heating applications. Refer to the construction chart below or call us at 1-800-492-8826 for further assistance in watt density and sheath selection.

 

    EXTRA FEATURES

  • Specially configured wattage or voltage
  • Customized riser height
  • Other sheath materials than those listed are available
  • Built-in thermostat or high limit controls are available
  • 4” sludge legs
  • Passivation for Incoloy® and stainless steel sheaths
  • Explosion-proof terminal boxes are available

    Images are for illustrative purposes only

  • Steel or Stainless Steel based flange heaters of all sizes
  • Steel, Stainless, Incoloy or copper elements
  • 3-4 inch cold sections
  • Up to 600Volt application (1 or 3 Phase)
  • Standard (NEMA 1), Moisture Resistant Terminal enclosures (NEMA 4) or Explosion Proof Enclosures (NEMA 7)
  • Typically used to heat: Heavy Mixtures, Heavy Fuel Oil, Wax, Steam, Solid Grease

    Images are for illustrative purposes only

  • Steel or Stainless Steel based flange heaters of all sizes
  • Steel, Stainless, Incoloy™ or copper elements
  • 3-4 inch cold sections or made to measure cold sections
  • Up to 600Volt application (1 or 3 Phase)
  • Standard (NEMA 1), Moisture Resistant Terminal enclosures (NEMA 4) or Explosion Proof Enclosures (NEMA 7)
  • Typically used to heat: Glycol Mixtures, Caustic Solutions, Acidic solutions, Fuel Oils, Lubrication Oils, Mineral Oil baths

    Options:

  • Thermostat Controls and High Limit Controls

    Images are for illustrative purposes only

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