PTFE Immersion Heaters
A Fluoroethylene (PTFE) immersion heater is your ideal solution for heating highly corrosive chemicals while maintaining the integrity of your equipment. Electric immersion heaters are used across various industries to heat different liquid solutions ranging from water to oil. But when dealing with highly corrosive chemicals that will attack any metals they come into contact with and rapidly corrode them, a standard chemical heater is not up to the task. PTFE heaters come sheathed in a highly specialized polytetrafluoroethylene tube capable of resisting the detrimental effects of corrosive solutions while operating at temperatures of up to 212 degrees Fahrenheit. At HeatMax Heaters, we’ve engineered the most durable PTFE immersion heaters in the industry to take on the challenge of heating corrosive chemicals with ease. We assemble-to-order a selection of PTFE heaters, from Over-The-Side Heaters to L-Shaped Tank Heaters and Tubular options. In addition, we can customize your chemical heater to match your specific tank design and heating needs. Explore our fluoropolymer immersion heater solutions today.
PTFE Immersion Heater Features
Not only does every PTFE immersion heater come complete with high-grade polytetrafluoroethylene for fighting corrosive chemicals – we’ve designed our chemical heaters with the features you want to fit the needs of your industry application.
Customizable Specifications for PTFE Heaters
If you’re not sure if the PTFE immersion heater is the right solution for your desired application, the expert engineers at Heatmax Heaters can create a custom chemical heater for you based on your solution’s chemical SDS, target heat and heat-up time of your corrosive solution. You also may utilize a tank that requires your fluoropolymer immersion heater to be a specific length or design. You can submit a picture or rough sketch of your unique chemical heater design and we can create a custom solution for you.
L-Shaped PTFE Immersion Heaters
L-Shaped PTFE Fluoropolymer immersion heaters are designed for maximum levels of compatibility with most tanks. The L-shaped design delivers heat closer to the bottom of the tank making it a better choice for use in tanks with low liquid levels. With an unheated riser, there is a lesser chance the chemical heater will be exposed to air – which could cause premature burn-out.
Find Expert Assistance on a Fluoropolymer (PTFE) Immersion Heater
Talk to a Heatmax sales engineer about the right fluoropolymer immersion heater for your application today. With almost 70 years of experience in engineering and manufacturing top-rated chemical heaters, we’re sure to have the expertise you need to engineer your perfect heating solution. If you want to create a custom PTFE immersion heater, our experts can work with you every step of the way to ensure you receive the maximum benefits for your industry. Don’t succumb to the challenge of heating corrosive chemicals – exceed your production capabilities with a custom chemical heater.
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