The individual components of an immersion circulator are often packaged in one complete unit for heating performance. The screw plug or flange heater assembly is connected to a mating tank or pressure vessel. This system is then ready to heat forced-circulation air, gases and liquids through in-line or side-arm operations. These are direct-contact, immersion heating methods where fluids are driven past the heating elements to achieve desired temperatures. In choosing a self-contained immersion circulating system, Hi-Watt customers select their preferred sheath material, terminal housing, vessel connectors and temperature controls. Our high quality circulation heaters deliver rapid responses and even heat distribution.
Circulation Heater Operations
The immersed circulation heater not only heats, but also circulates fluids. This type of heater is ideal in industrial processing, food services, and laboratory applications that involve flowing mediums. Liquids can easily enter and exit the vessel with the heater installed. Our best-selling circulation heaters are frequently used for the heating of clean or de-ionized water. We also have dependable circulation heating models for fuel oil or industrial gas applications. Hi-Watt offers heaters of varying industrial grades that meet standardized to specialized needs and surpass expectations in a range of environments.