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Electric Heaters

Multiple methods are available to customers when replacing an electric process heater, whether it was produced by Watlow® or someone else. This article is meant to provide a general summary of the process of retrofitting an existing electric process heater that can be applied across industries.

09 Nov 2021

There are several considerations to keep in mind when choosing an enclosure for your electric process heater. Whether your company is purchasing a process heater for the first time or trying to find a better enclosure for your current system.

09 Nov 2021

The goals of the 2015 Paris Agreement are now playing out, with companies and governments making drastic changes to hit its ambitious targets. Explore how innovative technologies have solved many challenges by implementing electric process heating.

05 Oct 2021

Explore how innovative technologies are solving specific problems that have barred progress to cleaner products and processes.

30 Sep 2021

Any FLUENT heater you build in our VISUAL DESIGNER tool is available to ship in one to five business days after order placement under our Watlow® SELECT™ offering! Sound like a rapid prototyping dream?

By Admin | 12 Jan 2021

Both heaters and power and temperature controllers are subject to performance issues, so it is important to inspect both for signs of wear and breakdown. Here we will cover all you need to know about ohms, ohmmeters and signs that your electric heater needs to be repaired or replaced.

By Admin | 06 Nov 2020

Most industrial electrical heating problems can be readily solved by determining the heat required to do the job. Learn how to convert heat requirements to electrical power to select the best heater for your application.

By Watlow | 17 Mar 2020

Choosing an industrial electric heater is a complex process including everything from how hot it will operate to the safety factors and life cycle of the unit. The replacement costs also need to be taken into consideration. Here we highlight some of the main areas that should affect your heater selection.

By Watlow | 17 Mar 2020