|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Unit|
|Voltage||Upto 600 V|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
|Tolerance||+- 10 %|
With enriched industrial experience and knowledge, we are providing an excellent range of Flanged Immersion Heaters.
One of the most widely used method for heating liquids such as water, oil, heat transfer fluid and corrosive solutions is Magma Flanged immersion heaters. This method is energy efficient and easily monitored and controlled. They are designed for use in tanks and pressurized vessels.
Magma Flanged immersion heaters are easy to install and maintain to provide heat for many processes. These through the-side immersion heaters utilize standard pipe flanges of various ranges in diameter to support high tank pressures of liquids. They are installed through a matching companion flange, obtainable from local industrial supply houses, to the tank wall.
Many different alloys used in the Magma flanged immersion heaters allow the flexibility to help resist corrosion and maintain life longevity of the flanged heater. Steel flanges are typically used for lubricant oils, heavy and light oils, waxes as well as mildly corrosive liquids and low flow gas heating. Applications of steel flanges are process water, soap and detergent solutions as well as de-mineralized or deionized water. Stainless steel flanged heating elements are used with mildly corrosive solutions as well as severe corrosive solutions. Food applications use stainless steel for sanitary purposes.
The sheath materials used can be steel, stainless steel, copper as well as exotic alloys such as Inconel, hast alloy and titanium. Extremely corrosive environments such as salt water should use exotic alloys such as titanium to avoid sheath breach over excessive durations. Industries that use exotic alloys can include military, Chemical and process industries.
Magma offers flanged immersion heaters in varying kilowatts ratings, voltages, temperature ranges, sheath materials and so on. A wide selection of watt densities, heating outputs and flange sizes and ratings make this an excellent heater for all tanks, or irregularly shaped vessels.
Typical applications include preheating different grades of oil, cleaning tanks and heat transfer
Electric Immersion heaters may heat water immediately adjacent to the heating element high enough to promote the formation of scale, commonly calcium carbonate, in hard water areas. This accumulates on the element, and over time, as the element expands and contracts through its heating cycle, the scale cracks off and drops to the bottom of the tank, progressively filling up the tank. This reduces the tank's capacity and, where the immersion heater is secondary to the heating of the water by a coil fed from a gas or oil-fired boiler, can reduce the efficiency of the primary heating source by covering that other coil and in turn reducing its efficiency. Regular flushing-out of accumulated sediment can reduce this problem.Such problems can be avoided at the design stage, by maximising the amount of hot element in the liquid, thus reducing the watts density. This reduces the working temperature of the surface of the element, reducing the build up of limescale. So watt density has to be revised as per application.
Price Range: 1000-500000rs/unit.