Industrial heaters come in a wide range of shapes, sizes, materials, and through the conversion of electrical energy into heat are used in specific heating applications. Examples of industrial electric heaters could be immersion heaters used to raise or maintain the temperature of liquids in a process, or the use of heat trace to keep pipes from freezing.
Some units are incredibly large and capable of extreme temperatures to melt metal components, while others are compact and only used to maintain a standard operating temperature of oil or another liquid.
Because of the wide variety of heater sizes, shapes, heating elements, and sheathing materials, it can be overwhelming to shop for a heating unit on your own. Work with a leading industrial and commercial heater provider to find the optimal unit for your application.
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