Whatever your application may be, we strongly encourage consulting a knowledgeable, trusted industrial heater manufacturer in order to ensure that you receive the right type of industrial heater for your application.
There are many different styles of industrial heaters, and each style can be further broken down into even more subcategories. Having an expert on your side makes the whole process far easier. Industrial heaters can be found in a wide range of industries because the different styles and types provide the flexibility to fit multiple applications. Some of the industries that utilize industrial heaters include: plastics, wire and cable, chemical, fuel, packaging, oil and gas, heat treating, and many others.
Certain industrial heater manufacturers specialize in different industries and styles of heater, so if you already know the type of heater you need this can be a great way to filter through different manufacturers until you find the right fit for you. In order to better understand what type of industrial heater you may need, we will offer brief descriptions of some of the more popular forms of industrial heaters.
Immersion heaters, for example, operate by heating liquids and then products are immersed in the liquid and effectively heated this way. Within immersion heaters there are three different subcategories: flanged, screw plug, and over the side tank immersion heaters.
Ovens and furnaces are other forms of industrial heaters that operate similarly to standard kitchen ovens but at an industrial scale. The sub categories include: autoclave furnaces, keyhole ceramic insulated elements, and rectangular ceramic insulated elements. Each one is a different shape and offers distinct advantages and disadvantages depending on your needs and application.
To find an industrial heater that will add the most value to your operation and processes you should consult a skilled industrial heater manufacturer. They can help you determine the most important features and specifications for your unique requirements and applications, and they can describe the different advantages and limitations of each type of heater. With this additional assistance, you can make an educated decision on which style of industrial heater you should purchase.