Titanium Immersion Heater For Acid Tank Titanium Immersion Heater For Acid Tank Titanium Immersion Heater For Acid Tank Titanium Immersion Heater For Acid Tank
Name:Titanium Immersion Heater For Acid Tank
Type:Immersion Heater
Voltage:110V/220V/380V/415V Customizable
Power (Kw):1KW to 5KW / Customization available
Tube material:25mm/38mm/50mm
Place of Origin:China
Wattage Tolerance:±3 percent
Working Temperature Range:RT~ 200℃
Shell material:Titanium or SS316L
Terminal option:Anti-explosion box or Thermostat
Cable length:500mm/ Customizable
Warranty:12 months
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    ● Titanium immersion heater specializes in high corrosive liquid heating. Is a titanium tube for the shell, along the center of the tube in the axial distribution of electric heating alloy wire and its gap filled with compacted magnesium oxide powder with good insulating and thermal conductivity, the tube mouth at both ends of the silica gel or ceramic sealing made. ● Titanium immersion heater has a simple structure, high mechanical strength, high thermal efficiency, safety and reliability, easy installation, long service life and so on.

    Titanium immersion heater is widely used in heating water, nitrate solution, acid solution, alkali solution. When used, the length of the heating zone of the titanium heater must be fully immersed in the liquid.

    A large number of practice has proved that titanium in the production of anticorrosive equipment applications, high efficiency, long life. At the same time in the application of electroplating equipment, does not affect the plating solution, and can greatly improve the plating industry benefits.

    ● The Titanium immersion heater has been approved by mandatory CE marking by the EU.







    For others size, please consult Honleader and kindly ask you provide the following basic parameters:
    1. The liquid is alkaline acid or corrosion? Stainless steel,Titanium heater,Quartz heater and PTFE heater to choose. 2. How about
    the size of the tank?
    3. What's the height of the liquid when it is the lowest?
    4. What's the highest temperature required to up to?
    5. How about your input voltage and phase?
    6. Showing us the draft artwork will be more better.

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