The application of finned tubular heaters

- Oct 15, 2020-

Electric finned tubular heater

The electric finned tubular heater is made of high-quality stainless steel, modified magnesium oxide powder, high-resistance electric heating alloy wire, stainless steel heat sink and other materials, manufactured through advanced production equipment and technology, and has undergone strict quality management. The fin is electrically heated and the pipe can be installed in a blowing duct or other heating occasions with static and flowing air.

The finned tubular heater is wound with metal fins on the surface of the common element. Compared with the common element, the heat dissipation area is enlarged by 2 to 3 times, that is, the allowable surface power load of the fin element is 3 to 4 times that of the common element. As the length of the element is shortened, the heat loss is reduced. Under the same power condition, it has the advantages of fast heating, uniform heat generation, good heat dissipation performance, high thermal efficiency, long service life, small heating device, and low cost. Reasonable design according to user requirements, easy to install. 

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Application of finned tubular heater

Electric finned tubular heater are widely used in machinery manufacturing, automobiles, textiles, food, home appliances and other industries, especially in the air-conditioner air curtain industry.

1. The heating of chemical materials in the chemical industry, some powder drying under a certain pressure, chemical process and spray drying are all realized by finned electric heating tubes.

2. Hydrocarbon heating, including petroleum crude oil, heavy oil, fuel oil, heat transfer oil, lubricating oil, and paraffin.

3. Process water, superheated steam, molten salt, nitrogen (air) gas, water gas and other fluids that need to be heated up and heated.

4. Because the finned tubular heater adopts advanced explosion-proof structure, the equipment can be widely used in explosion-proof places such as chemical industry, military industry, petroleum, natural gas, offshore platforms, ships, and mining areas.