Stainless Steel Immersion Heater

Bottom Immersion Heaters

Even heat distribution is the reason for this design of heating system. Get the heat to the bottom of the tank, plus keep the hot element out of the air. Bottom Immersion Heaters are used in hot aqueous solutions (above 150ºF) which rapidly evaporate.

Bottom or L Shape Heaters are used in:

  • VAPOR DEGREASING TANKS
  • ELECTRO-LESS NICKEL TANKS
  • HARD CHROME ROLLER TANKS
  • ROD CHROMING TANKS
  • ALUMINUM ANODIZING TANKS
  • ARTILLERY MANUFACTURING
  • BLACK OXIDE TANKS (CIRCUIT BOARD)
  • WASTE WATER EVAPORATION
    • Avaliable in 3, 6, 9 and 12 tube designs, plus custom built. 3 tube bottom heater design shown.

      More tubes will lowers the watt density, call for help.

      “B” DIMENSION RISER HEIGHT STANDARD* APPROXIMATE WATTAGE
      12" 36" 3000 W
      17" 36" 6000 W
      22" 36" 9000 W
      28" 36" 12000 W
      34" 48" 15000 W
      41" 48" 18000 W
      44" 48" 24000 W
      52" 60" 27000 W
      55" 60" 30000 W
      60" 60" 33000 W
      64" 72" 36000 W
      72" 72" 36000 W

      Download the Bottom immersion heater PDF

      Bottom Immersion Heater Inner Image

      Bottom Immersion Heater Materials

      Sheath Materials

      Electro Polish Bottom Heaters

      Electro-Polishing can be applied to the steel sheath to remove surface imperfections and contaminants. The element surface is clean, smooth and bright. Many medical and food applications require this finish in their processing for corrosion resistance stainless steel screw plug heaters.

      Temperature Controllers & Sensors for L Shaped Heaters

IHS: Manufacturer of Quality Electric Immersion Heaters

We have extensive experience with custom built electric immersion heaters for storage tanks, reservoirs, and circulation flow applications.

IHS may be new to you, but our coating specialists have over 60 years experience in heating systems. We build high performance heaters for medical, automotive, electronic, and aerospace manufacturers.

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