Flanged immersion heaters can be built into tanks, large vats or reservoirs with capacities from 100 to 1 million gal. The 100 percent efficient heaters provide precise, controlled heat that prevents coking or damage to temperature-sensitive material. Its drywell-style element resides inside a pipe or tube, allowing the element to be accessed and removed from outside the tank without needing to drain the tank to service the elements.
The flanged immersion heater consists of a standard ANSI 150- or 300-pound flange for mounting with the company?s Lo-Density heating elements that spread heat out over a large surface. The flanges are available in sizes ranging from 3 to 36?. Typical materials that benefit from precise, electric, low-watt density heating include asphalt, light and heavy fuel oils, diesel, bio-diesel, glycerin, lube oils, hydraulic fluids, resins, epoxies, animal fats and molasses.
Process Heating Co.