Drum & Barrel Heaters

Thermal & Heating Equipment

Electric Duct Heaters include fan interlock.

June 4, 2014

Featuring 50/60 Hz design, Model IDHB is configurable for most applications in sizes up to 36 x 36 in., while Model IDHC is customizable with max heating capacity of 475 KW. Both feature power terminal block, control board, grounding lugs, automatic limit switch for primary over temperature protection, and manual reset limit switch for secondary over temperature protection. Typical applications include space, primary, secondary, auxiliary, and reheating. Read More

Thermal & Heating Equipment

Heating Tape and Drum Warmer help during freezing months.

October 21, 2013

Designed to provide rapid de-icing for pipes, valves, and pumps, XtremeFLEX Emergency De-Icer Heating Tape can wrap around metal surfaces with diameters as small as ½ in. Drum and Pail Warmer maintains elevated temperatures, enabling contents to flow even when ambient temperatures drop as low as 0°F. Both products are moisture- and chemical-resistant. Read More

Thermal & Heating Equipment

Electric Drum and Tote Heaters feature 8,000 lb capacity.

April 22, 2013

Constructed of steel to withstand harsh environments, Sahara Hot Box Model E8 Heaters feature digital controls with independent over-temperature protection, ensuring precise temperature control. Units are equipped with 1,020 cfm air circulation blower and built-in spill containment pan with 104 gal capacity. Exterior is acrylic enamel while interior is finished with heat-resistant silver. Shipped completely assembled, heaters can be transported via forklift. Read More

Thermal & Heating Equipment

Drum Heaters are flexible, thin, and efficient.

May 28, 2008

Providing even heat to contents of drum, DRUM-DHW-55 Series of OMEGALUX® drum heaters feature built-in thermostat that measures 50-425°F and metal screen that is grounded electronically for safety. Heaters wrap around standard 55-gallon drum and attach with spring and hook arrangement. Suited for petroleum, mining, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, and chemical industries, they are resistant to mechanical damage and chemical substances. Read More