In-Line heaters instantly heat fluids that are passed through the device. Upon exiting the heater, the fluids are consumed for their intended use and are not re-circulated. Inline heaters are usually electric and feature a high-output heat source. They do not provide enough heat to maintain temperature in a closed system, but impart enough heat to a fluid for immediate use. Specifications for inline heaters include heater type, application, fuel or energy source, sleeve or sheath material, insulation options, and element or emitter type. Maximum temperature, maximum air flow, heating capacity, power requirements, and induction heater outputs are also important parameters to consider.
Inline Heaters are among the wide range of heaters which are manufactured by us. These consist of a heating coil embedded in ceramic material and energized by electrical energy.