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Immersion Heaters

Tempora offers a wide selection of different types of immersion heaters: screw plug immersion heaters and closed circuit immersion heaters.

Screw Plug Immersion Heaters
The design of screw plug immersion heaters consists of tubular heaters formed into a hairpin like shape. Those heaters are then welded to the screw plug. Screw plug heaters can have between 1-3 heaters depending on the diameter of the screw plug.

Flanged Immersion Heaters
Flanged immersion heaters consist of many tubular heaters formed into a hairpin like shape which are then welded to a flange. A flanged immersion heater can have many tubular heaters depending on the usage and how much heat is required. These heaters are then mounted on another flange on a reservoir and bolted.

Closed Circuit Heaters
Closed circuit heaters consist of screw plug immersion heaters or flanged immersion heaters placed in an insulated vessel to minimize heat loss. Closed circuit heaters have proven to be an extremely reliable source of heat for various industries, they are most commonly used to heat air, gases and substances and are very easy to install.

Typical Applications
Fuel oils
Process water
Corrosive liquids


Tempora’s corrosion policy
Tempora cannot warranty any electric immersion heaters against failure by sheath corrosion, if such is the result of operation conditions beyond the control of the manufacturer. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to make the right choice of sheath based on his knowledge of the chemical composition of the corrosive solution.

WARNING: Fire and electrical shock may result if products are used by non qualified personnel.


  How to order
* Specify the application and temperature required
* Determine Wattage and Voltage available and Phase
* Determine sheath material
* Determine screw plug material
* Determine flange size and material
* Determine element density
* Determine length
* Determine if thermostat is required

Tempora Heating Elements Inc.
6200A Notre Dame O., Montreal, Quebec H4C 1V4   phone: (514)933-1649  fax: (514)933-2245