Tubular heating elements for liquids - safe and well established

- Numerous variations and possibilities

Tubular heating elements for liquid

Tubular heating elements for liquids

Backer tubular heating elements represent a proven and safe technical solution for liquid heating.

 

The Backer tubular heating element is the most frequent alternative when it comes to exact heating of fluids. Our range of various solutions is immense and the elements are used as heating sources in many appliances, such as electric water heaters, dishwashers and washing machines, boilers, coffee machines, fryers, industrial baths and oil filled radiators.

The optimal solution for the relevant application is decided on the medium to be heated, installation of the element and power required.

Technical data

Material

Mild steel - Grade D
Stainless steel - AISI 304, AISI 316L, UNS S31254, UNS N08904, Incoloy 800, Incoloy 825

Dimensions

Ø 6,5 mm
Ø 8,5 mm
Ø 14 mm
Ø 16 mm
Ø 18 mm
Ø 21 mm

Assembly

Inserted heating element with flange
Inserted heating element with screw plug
Heating element with nipple
Immersion heater
Cast element for contact installation

Connection

Direct connection for installation in equipment
M4, M6, flat pin, spot welded cable, Ø 2.5 mm pin.
Terminal box with/without temperature regulating device

Design

One, two or three wattage ratings/elements
Connection at one end or two
According to customer specifications
Standard range
Can be manufactured with UL, VDE approval

Example applications

  • Washing machines
  • Heating pumps
  • Solar heating
  • Boilers
  • Dish washers
  • Towel heaters
  • Fryers
  • Industrial baths
  • Disinfectors
Solar heaters

Product examples

Fixing and connection devices

Savings in cost can often be made if elements are fitted with connection and fixing devices during manufacturing. Below you find the most frequent alternatives, which could be considered standard. We can also supply special flanges and alternative methods of fixing made completely to our clients' specifications.

 

When selecting connection and fixing devices it is often important to bear in mind the size of the series. 

Types of cables and wiring

The tubular element can be eqiupped with connection that normally are spot welded on the thread. Choose from insulated or uninsulated. If uninsulated, they can be provided with insulating tubing.

 

Specification (most common types)

Conducting material

Insulation material

Max. operating temp.

Copper

-

180°C

Copper

Silicone

180°C

Copper

Fibreglass/silicon

180°C

Nickel

-

400°C

Nickel

Ceramic beads

400°C

Nickel

Fibreglass/silicon

200°C

 

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