Oil Immersion Heater
An oil immersion heater is a type of electric heating element that is commonly used in industrial settings for heating up liquids and gases. It consists of a metallic sheath that encloses a heating element, which is immersed in an oil-filled chamber.
When electric current is passed through the heating element, it heats up the oil, which in turn heats up the surrounding fluid. Oil immersion heaters are typically used for heating up viscous liquids such as oils, molasses, and waxes, as well as for heating up gases and other substances that may corrode or damage other types of heating elements.
Airex Oil immersion heaters are preferred in industrial settings because they are highly efficient and can heat up large volumes of fluids quickly. They are also very durable and can withstand high temperatures and corrosive environments, making them ideal for use in chemical plants, refineries, and other industrial facilities. However, they do require regular maintenance to ensure proper functioning and to prevent oil leaks or other issues.