Industrial heaters are capable of serving a variety of business purposes beyond simply heating an area for comfort. Business heaters can heat material containers, conduct heat current, bend to fit and heat a piece of equipment, and heat substances such as liquids, to name just a few applications.
But perhaps the most common association for the industrial heater is act of heating space, a task that is growing beyond the limited sophistication of blowing hot air. Both industrial electric heaters and industrial gas heaters can be applied to heat air to stave off freezing and control humidity.
Industrial heaters are most likely to be available in the following forms:
1. Cartridge heaters placed into a heated substance.
2. Coil, cable and cylindrical band industrial heaters that heat through conductivity.
3. Industrial space heaters used to heat air.
4. Industrial heaters cast into a part.
5. Ceramic fiber heaters used for radiant heat.
Control your business' climate with industrial space heatersControl of the air temperature and humidity is yours with an industrial space heater, which conveniently comes in the form of both industrial electric heaters and industrial gas heaters.
Coil and cable industrial heaters bring big heat to small spacesCoil and cable heaters are a must for heating at high temperatures, and for tasks where you need your heater to conform to customized shapes and configurations.
Find cartridge heaters for any temperatureWhile cartridge heaters are often associated with heating needs that top the 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit mark, these heaters are also available in more economic forms for lower operating temperatures. Get the right type of cartridge heater for your needs from reputable online sources.
Use cast-in industrial heaters that adapt to your equipmentCast-in heaters are designed to further enhance your equipment for heating purposes. These heaters offer flexibility in design to conform to any shape or size.
Conserve energy with ceramic fiber heatersAlmost exclusively used for radiant heat applications, ceramic fiber heaters provide a more consistent, even heat source that uses less energy--but with great results.
- All types of industrial heaters can help you save money and energy--but if they're damaged or not operating properly, they can prove to be more burden than help. To get the most out of your industrial heaters, depending on the type, be sure to check regularly for cracks, examine pressures, or replace heaters over 20 years old.