TUBULAR HEATERS & PROCESS HEATERS
Flanged immersion heaters usually have u-shaped and robust tubular heating elements brazed into a metal (usually steel) flange with electrical connections. The heater flange is usually attached with some type of gasket and a support that is welded to the side of a tank or other storage vessel.
Flanged immersion heaters can be ordered with a forged steel flange, a 316 stainless steel flange, or a 304 stainless steel flange. The flange shape for the immersion heater can be round or square and is offered in many different diameters. Depending on your needs, flanged immersion heaters can be specially made with a variety of combinations in wattage, voltage, sheath material, terminal housing styles, and thermostat selection.
Some examples of process heaters include the following types: Flanged Immersion Heaters, Screw Plug Immersion Heaters, Over-the-Side Immersion Heaters, Hot Runner Manifold Tubular Heaters, and Radiant Heat for Tubular Heaters.