Electrical resistance heaters or their internal elements; designed to provide an integrated thermal source for products or systems.
Air heaters are devices used to heat air. They include forced air products as well as all types of radiant and space heaters.
Band heaters are ring-shaped heaters that clamp onto a cylindrical object and heat via conductive heat transfer.
Cartridge heaters are cylindrical devices generally inserted into a heated substance.
Cast-in heaters are made-to-order tubular or wire heaters cast into a part that is designed to be an integral component of a larger piece of equipment.
Flat ceramic fiber heaters consist of an iron-chrome-aluminum (ICA) heating element and a thick layer of ceramic fiber insulation within a non-curved housing.
Circulation heaters are used primarily to heat moving, flowing, or circulating fluid streams. Fluid flows through the heater, which transfers heat to the fluid stream. Any liquid or gas is generally acceptable for use with a circulation heater.
Coil heaters and cable heaters are heating elements formed from straight (uncoiled) segments of round or square heating cable.
Crucibles are vessels used to melt and process materials at high temperatures.
Drum heaters are used to heat containers of viscous materials. They can be wrapped around or placed inside containers that hold substances such as wax or grease.
Duct heaters are used to heat moving gas streams.
Electric heaters generate heat by passing an electric current through a high-resistance material.
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.
Flexible heaters are devices that can be molded to the shape of a heated object.
Heating torches and flame heaters are devices that emit a concentrated flame or stream of unusually hot air or gas.
Trace line heaters are flexible, insulated cables that are heated with electricity or re-circulated fluids. They are used to prevent liquids in pipes from freezing, or to reduce heat loss in piping.
Heat transfer fluids, thermal oils, circulating coolants, and heater liquids are used to carry thermal energy in process heating and machine cooling applications.
Immersion heaters are used in applications that require immersing the heater in the substance to be heated.
Induction heaters use an electrical source to drive alternating current (AC) through a coil to heat metal objects.
This is a general search form for all types of industrial heaters, devices which are available in a variety of sizes, shapes, and heating configurations.
Inline heaters instantly heat fluids that are passed through the device. Upon exiting the heater, the fluids are consumed for their intended use and are not re-circulated.
Over-the-side heaters are immersion heaters that hang over the side of a tank of heated material.
Radiant heater elements are used with radiant flat panel and radiant reflective heaters.
Radiant heaters use a reflective shield to direct radiant heat onto a heated surface.
Solar water heaters concentrate the sun’s thermal energy to heat water for industrial, commercial, and residential use. There are two main types of products: active and passive.
Space heaters and room heaters are designed for use in confined areas or spaces. They do not emit hazardous pollutants or noxious fumes, and are generally portable.
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.
Tubular heaters are generally used in custom heating applications. Base (tubular) heating elements can be bent into standard or custom shapes.
Water heaters are gas, oil or electric-fired devices used to heat water for residential and commercial use.