Immersion Heaters

Drum/Tank Immersion Heater heats variety of liquids.
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Drum/Tank Immersion Heater heats variety of liquids.

Utilizing heavy-duty, corrosion-resistant incoloy heating elements, Over-the-Side Immersion Heaters feature sealed terminals, welded spacers and heating elements, and Evenflow configuration. Products are designed for heating clear, opaque, or hard-to-heat liquids from water to raw crude in containers such as tanks and drums. Heaters come in capacities from 8-120 kW and lengths from 21-124 in. and...

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Immersion Heater supplies temperatures to 2100
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Immersion Heater supplies temperatures to 2100

Impervious to aluminum disassociation, ceramic-sheathed heater design provides corrosion protection, abrasion resistance, and non-conductive qualities. Product includes NiChrome heating wire, rated 2100°F, and ceramic sheath composed of SiAlON tubing that withstands temperatures to 3100°F. Zoned construction allows for multiple coil configurations, which can provide multi-zone heating with...

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Immersion Heaters suit process industries.
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Immersion Heaters suit process industries.

Immersion Heaters are offered in screw-plug, flange, and over-the-side styles to accommodate virtually any solution, including acids, plating chemicals, food products, and molten sand baths. Units feature MgO heating elements; NEMA moisture- or explosion-resistant enclosures; copper, steel or Incoloy sheath; welded construction; and operating temperatures to 1,600°F. Thermostatic controls,...

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Immersion Heaters warm up liquids in tanks and drums.
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Immersion Heaters warm up liquids in tanks and drums.

Over-the-Side heaters are suitable for heating clear, opaque, or hard-to-heat liquids ranging from water to raw crude. Heaters are available in many configurations with capacities from 8 to 120 kW and lengths from 21 to 124 in. They have welded incoloy heating elements that resist corrosion, sealed terminals, and welded spacers. Heaters may be removed for cleaning or repairs.

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How to Effectively and Efficiently Clean Heat Exchangers, Part I
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How to Effectively and Efficiently Clean Heat Exchangers, Part I

For refineries and petrochemical plants, cleaning heat exchangers is a dirty job but somebody has to do it. While there are many approaches on how to clean shell and tube heat exchangers, it is indisputable that the right method is absolutely critical for ensuring that equipment is fully operational. Otherwise, you could end up with a potential equipment shutdown, which will cost you time and money. In this three-part series, you will learn about the various benefits, methods, and obstacles involved in heat exchanger cleaning. Part one introduces the fundamentals of cleaning, as well as explores the pros and cons of on-site versus off-site services. Download the first of this three series to assist you in finding the best solution for your dirty job here.

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3Sixty Mission Critical Launches New Service Offering UPS as a Service As A Cost Effective Alternative to UPS Equipment Ownership
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3Sixty Mission Critical Launches New Service Offering UPS as a Service As A Cost Effective Alternative to UPS Equipment Ownership

At 3Sixty Mission Critical, we specialize in maintaining the performance and uptime of our customers mission-critical applications. Our services are comprehensive and designed to take on the entire burden of maintenance. Our UPS as a service is just another example of how we develop out of the box solutions to help our customers operate more efficiently; see our video to earn more.

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