Tubular Heating Elements

  Options in tubular heating elements

 

The products and product types at Wattco.com are all far more flexible than they appear at first. Perhaps you need a custom open coil element or a finned tubular heating element. Each product can be bought as is, of course, but it also pays to keep an open mind. After all, most of the featured units can also be built to very particular specifications to perform precisely for customer needs. That way, you get as much product as possible for your money and the best return on your investment, in the form of no unnecessary extra features, energy savings and even (for contractors) repeat business from satisfied customers.

Below are a number of ways in which tubular heating elements can be configured to best meet different requirements for specific tasks:

  • Shape/Size – round, triangular or flattened tubular heating elements of various lengths, diameters and bending options
  • Material – steel or stainless steel
  • Uses – process and circulation heaters for water, paraffin, acids or radiant heat
  • Sleeves – copper, aluminum, brass, steels, rubber, iron, foil, polyimide and high-temperature sheaths
  • Power – customize voltage rating
  • Single- or double-ended
  • Other features – explosion resistant, portable, finned tubular heaters, timing controls and overheat protection

With so many individualized features at the customer’s disposal, just imagine all the possibilities. Consult with a WATTCO™ representative for more information on customization options.

 

More on finned tubular heaters

Peruse WATTCO’s wide range of stainless steel models for units needed for humid or corrosive operating environments. Or, consider steel finned tubular heaters with steel sheaths for those air-heating situations when efficiency is paramount.

Wattco circulation heaters

Choose these units for everything from water or steam to corrosive liquids and gases to oil applications. Read about our circulation heaters and find out what makes WATTCO™ products superior.

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