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Electrical heaters make an important contribution to optimised, safe, and energy-efficient process management in chemical, petrochemical, and pharmaceutical plants, as well as in power plants, refineries and many other applications in a range of plants. The area of application of our heaters mainly lies

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Electrical flow heaters are used for heating all types of liquids and gases. The medium is heated through a constant heat exchange between the electrical heating elements and the medium. Our know-how lies in the individual and optimum alignment of the heat exchange surface

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Electrical regeneration heaters are used for example in air-separation-plants for drying molecular sieves. During this process, large quantities of air must be heated up 

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Electrical gas heaters are used for heating various gases such as nitrogen, oxygen, hydrogen, natural gas and many other process gases and gas mixtures. The medium is heated through a constant heat exchange between

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In the case of block type gas heaters, the medium is indirectly heated in a tube coil. The tube coil is cast together with the electrical heating system in an aluminium block, which is protected by a sheathed pipe produced of

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Electrical oil preheaters are used in all areas where it is necessary to heat, liquefy or maintain the temperature of oil. This may be necessary in tank terminals for example, or in multiple tank systems, or

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The compact hot water boilers were designed to heat large quantities of water in a constant controlled flow. Hot water boilers with heating outputs ranging from 1-10 MW are suitable as

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Electrical air heaters are produced in our modern production facilities in various construction formats as duct or pipe air heaters with flange connections or for installation in other

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Start-up heaters are heaters, which are primarily designed only for starting up a chemical or petrochemical plant. Generally, a gas is heated up here in a circulation process and

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Our compact electrical steam superheaters facilitate the autonomous, constant superheating of steam. They also attain high steam temperatures with low process pressures. Inside the steam superheater, steam (saturated steam) is superheated

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Electrical vaporisers are required in a range of different industries for the generation of all types of steam. Vaporisation takes place in a pressure vessel, in which the product is heated by electrical heating elements

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Electrical flange immersion heaters are used in order to maintain the temperature in tanks and vessels. Installation generally takes place by means of a flange connection. The number of flange immersion heaters required for one tank, as well as their output and immersion depth

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Electrical heating inserts are used for a wide range of applications and performance areas. They act to heat up liquids and gasses in

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In principle suction heaters are also flow heaters, although these are installed in the sump of the tank via a flange connection. They essentially facilitate direct heating of the

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Electrical immersion heaters serve to heat liquids, air or gases in tanks or vessels, or as components of machinery and plants. According to the individual requirements of our customers,

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Heaters in cartridge form with a replaceable heating insert from ceramic ribbed heating elements or as vibration-proof variants with a heating bundle consisting of

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Ex space heaters act to heat the space air in potentially explosive production facilities in zones 1 and 2. They are primarily used in the

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Space heaters serve to heat the space air for use in potentially explosive areas with hazardous dust, in zones 21 and 22. The enclosed housing from painted steel serves to prevent

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Ex finned tube heaters primarily serve to protect against frost in containers, storage rooms, instrumentation rooms and similar rooms. They are suitable for room temperatures up to

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Explosion-proof air blower heaters are used for warming the space air in potentially explosive operational areas,

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We also develop and construct electrical heaters in special designs on request by the customer.  Such requirements may include special applications, design formats and regulation concepts that are not

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for our heaters we plan the entire switching and control system, for installation inside buildings or outdoors. If it is essential that installation take place in potentially explosive areas in zones 1 or 2, we also have the ideal solution

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Braking resistors facilitate the controlled deceleration of electrical DC drives. We distinguish between air and water-cooled variants. With offshore applications, seawater-resistant materials are used for the braking resistors, which

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