SCREW PLUG IMMERSION HEATERS
Screw plug immersion heaters are ideal for heating liquids in process tanks and vessels. Available in a number of sizes, materials, and designs, screw plug heaters are used in a wide variety of applications and industries including caustic solutions, fuel oils, clean water, heat transfer oils, liquid paraffin, and many others. Browse the customizable features and capabilities of our screw plug immersion heaters.
Screw Plug Immersion Heater Features
We manufacture screw plug heaters to fit your requirements, including different sizes, materials, and wattage.
We Can Make a Custom Screw Plug Heater for You
Do you need screw plug heaters in a non-standard shape? Need to replace a British or Japanese thread? Or a replacement for a discontinued screw plug immersion heater? With 70 years of experience in the industry, there isn’t much Heatmax has not built before. Send us a picture, sketch, or sample of the screw plug heater you require, and we can engineer it for you.
Talk to Us About a Custom Screw Plug Immersion Heater
Speak with a Heatmax sales engineer about your project and our in-house team will manufacture a screw plug immersion heater customized to your specifications. We’ve been in business for almost 70 years and built all kinds of unique screw plug heaters. Whether you require screw plug immersion heaters for small tanks or applications that necessitate specific voltages, element materials, thermostats, and much more, Heatmax will work with you through every step of the process.
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Almost 70 Years
Founded by an ex-Navy engineer, George Strokes, the company got its start making quartz immersion heaters in Euclid, Ohio in 1952.
George called the company Glo-Quartz®.
Growing rapidly he moved the company to bigger premises in Willoughby and then Mentor. Other factories were opened in Pasadena, California (now closed) and then Tucson, Arizona.
Tom Strokes took over leadership of Glo-Quartz in the mid-70s and moved to roll reduced metal heating element range.
A final legacy, Tom launched a new brand name, Heatmax Heaters, in 2020. The new brand name both better represented the wide range of products we make and challenged the common perception that we were quartz heater specialists only.