Strip Heaters

(137 companies)
Strip heaters are clamped onto objects and used to heat a variety of different materials. Strip heaters can also be used to heat air or objects radiantly.

Duct Heaters

(98 companies)
Duct heaters are used to heat moving gas streams.

Flexible Heaters

(185 companies)
Flexible heaters are devices that can be molded to the shape of a heated object.

Infrared Heaters

(219 companies)
Infrared heaters use a reflective shield to direct radiant heat onto a heated surface.

Tubular Heaters

(176 companies)
Tubular heaters are generally used in custom heating applications. Base (tubular) heating elements can be bent into standard or custom shapes.

Induction Heaters

(116 companies)
Induction heaters use an electrical source to drive alternating current (AC) through a coil to heat metal objects.

Electric Heaters

(283 companies)
Electric heaters generate heat by passing an electric current through a high-resistance material.

Water Pumps

(857 companies)
Water pumps move water that does not contain suspended solids or particulates. Applications include water supply, irrigation, land and mine drainage, sea water desalination, and condensate transport.

Steam Injection Heaters

(31 companies)
Steam injection heaters inject steam into a system to maintain or raise temperature levels.

Over-the-Side Heaters

(33 companies)
Over-the-side heaters are immersion heaters that hang over the side of a tank of heated material.

Radiant Heater Elements

(127 companies)
Radiant heater elements are used with radiant flat panel and radiant reflective heaters.

Water Filters

(276 companies)
Water filters remove fine particulate and contaminants from liquids for beverage, food processing, and industrial applications.

Explosion Proof Heaters

(48 companies)
Explosion proof heaters are constructed with housings that can withstand explosions, protecting the materials being heated. This classification may also include housings, which can withstand sparking and flames.
Cylindrical ceramic fiber heaters consist of an iron-chrome-aluminum (ICA) heating element and a thick layer of ceramic fiber insulation within a cylinder-shaped housing.
Gas heaters and propane heaters burn natural gas, liquefied natural gas (LNG), propane, or other gaseous fuels to generate heat.