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Quartz Alliance | Immersion heater
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Catalog

Immersion heater

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T11
(Power 800 W, Diameter of tube 36mm, Length of heater 300mm, Length of tube 500mm, Total length 625mm)


T12
(Power 2000 W, Diameter of tube 36mm, Length of heater 300mm, Length of tube 500mm, Total length 625mm)


T13
(Power 3000 W, Diameter of tube 36mm, Length of heater 500mm, Length of tube 750mm, Total length 875mm)


T14
(Power 4000 W, Diameter of tube 36mm, Length of heater 500mm, Length of tube 750mm, Total length 875mm)


T16
(Power 300 W, Diamètre 20mm, Length of heater 150mm, Total length 250mm)


T17
(Power 500 W, Diamètre 20mm, Length of heater 150mm, Total length 250mm)

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Heating a liquid by immersing an electrical resistor has several advantages:

  • Very high thermal efficiency, with a conversion efficiency of almost 100% while radiation is minimal.
  • Rapidly obtain the desired temperature, easy to regulate, and precise control.
  • Simple maintenance.
  • Low investment cost, low labor cost.

 

The immersion heaters, manufactured by Quartz Alliance are equipped with silica glass tubes, a 1.7 m rubber covered cable and a molded plug, all of which leads to the following advantages:

  • Permeability to infrared radiation means an increased electrical power can dissipate in a reduced volume.
  • The expansion coefficient is almost zero, therefore the tube is insensitive to variations in temperature, even strong ones.
  • The high chemical inertness of silica means the immersion can be used to heat corrosive materials, (except hydrofluoric acid) such as those used for electroplating.

The radiating part of the immersion heater must always be completely submerged; so the level of the liquid must be frequently checked.

These advantages explain why it is interesting to use the immersion heater in electroplating (such as integrated circuits, stripping metals with acid, electrolyte deposits, gilding various mechanical parts and electronic components).

A differential of 30 milliamps must be used in case of short circuit.