After more than one hundred years of experience in the design and manufacture of heating elements for multiple applications, Electricfor has reached a consolidated position in the production of titanium heating elements suitable for heating all types of waters and aggressive liquids. These are resistors made to work in fluids such as seawater or treatments with chlorine, bromine, ozone, electrophysical or electrochemical.
The immersion electric heaters from the TIM range by Electricfor are made up of Ø8 mm titanium armored tubular elements. These have been insulated with electrofused magnesium oxide and compressed by lamination. They have 1 1/2 Gas threaded heads, also made of titanium. This material, like all its alloys, offers an excellent response to corrosion in a large number of industrial conditions. Its characteristics under tension at room temperature are very good, and it is resistant to creep failure up to 300°C. But it has some other advantages. Titanium is used in high-performance application's structures because it allows good weight savings by combining its stiffness and toughness with low density.
Electricfor has designed its titanium heating elements [TIM range, STI/STIM range (submergers with handle) and custom manufacturings] suitable seawater and aggressive liquids so that they can have a wide range of applications. Among them, chemical and electromedical industries, cleaning, dyeing and degreasing machinery, fish farms and boilers, among others, are pretty common. They have been manufactured following the UNE-EN 60.335 standard and comply with the requirements of the 2004/108 CE Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive and the 2006/95 CE Low Voltage Directive.
Do not hesitate to contact Electricfor's commercial department if you need further information about our titanium armored tubular heating elements or the rest of our catalog.