Tubular Heaters Offer Many Advantages

Tubular heaters, also known as tubular heating elements, are the most versatile of all-electric heating elements. Depending on the choice of materials, stainless steel tubular heating elements are used in almost all heating equipment. They are easy to form and have the highest mechanical stability and electrical properties. Whether heating liquid or gas, tubular heating elements achieve proper heat transfer. They are widely used in machinery manufacturing, automotive, textile, food, home appliances, and other industries.

The heating elements of tubular heaters differ and it all depends on the type of heater. They are properly tested before releasing to the market, and they have various shapes and sizes, designed specifically for the heating devices where they are be used.

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The flexibility of tubular heaters cannot be overstated, as the material and dimensions they come with are different sizes and all depends on its use. The materials used for creating tubular heaters for air is different from the ones used for creating tubular heaters for machines, and so on.

Technically, tubular heaters are made of different specifications based on what you need them for. The size, watt density, sheath and even shape of every tubular heater varies, all depending on their intended usage.

Tubular heaters are highly reliable and strongly recommended because they have many advantages which makes them stand out. They have improved control mechanism which makes temperature maintenance and heat transfer very precise. In addition, with their compact sizes, tubular heaters can be easily installed, cleaned or maintained. Even when it comes to replacing, their size makes it simple and fast.

Applications of Tubular Heaters

The industrial, commercial, and consumer-based uses of tubular heating elements are many. However, they can be classified into the following major categories:

  • Tubular Heaters for Air: These are commonly used in ovens, radiators, hot air curtains, radiators, and tubular heaters.
  • Immersion Heaters: The typical applications of such heaters include boilers, electrical water heaters, dishwashers, washing machines, medical and industrial equipment, sterilizers, coffee machines, and so on.
  • Tubular Heaters for Machines: Such heaters are widely used in industrial freezers and refrigeration systems, compressors, and for outdoor use.
  • Tubular Heaters for Machines: An industrial tubular heater is commissioned in fields of application such as chemical tanks, steam generators, process air, oil or water, and in industrial ovens or batch ovens.

There is no need to worry whether or not tubular heaters are safe. These have a protective sheath to cover the heating elements. The cover is usually made of a metal like aluminum, brass, copper, iron or stainless steel. There are indoor heaters as well as outdoor and patio heaters.

As stated earlier, tubular heaters come in various shapes and sizes, making them suitable for whatever you want to use them for, and you can always request for custom design depending on your choice. The technology used in tubular heaters are advanced and superior, making them very durable.

If you have an application that requires a uniform heat source over a distributed area, then a tubular heater is probably the best heating source of choice. The company VIMOSA offers a wide range of products. You can find them here.

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