Industrial bayonet heaters are a type of tank immersion heater ideal for heating entire tanks of fluids. These immersion heaters have a variety of applications in numerous industries, including the chemical process industry. And because customization matters, our bayonet heaters can be built with carbon steel or 316L stainless steel.
How Bayonet Industrial Immersion Heaters Work
Immersed directly in fluids, bayonet immersion heaters, or bayonet heat exchangers, efficiently transfer heat to large quantities of liquids, making them a cost-effective option for regulating the temperature of process solutions, oils, heat transfer fluids, and more.
American Heating Company’s bayonet tank heaters consist of a carbon steel or 316L stainless steel custom-designed tube bundle that efficiently transfers heat, along with a mounting flange that is bolted to the side of the tank.
Unlike our suction heaters, which are designed to heat liquids as they are pumped, our bayonet heat exchangers are designed to efficiently heat entire tanks of fluid. The bayonet heater is completely immersed in the tank and the heating coil is directly exposed to the fluid. Learn more about the different heat exchanger options available here.
Learn More About Efficient Tank Immersion Heaters from American Heating Company
Bayonet heaters from American Heating Company are American-made and built to the highest quality standards. They require little to no maintenance and are a valuable component of industrial heating systems for plant facilities in a variety of industries.
Interested in delving deeper into the details of how immersion heaters work and what benefits they offer? You can learn more about our state-of-the-art immersion heaters here.
In the market for a cost-effective industrial tank immersion heater?
Contact American Heating Company today to find out how our efficient industrial heating systems, complete with thermal fluid heaters, immersion heaters, steam generators, and more can make a difference for your organization.
Looking to gain a better understanding of heat exchangers in general? Check out our heat exchanger FAQs page for answers to popular questions about the different types of heat exchangers, including immersion heaters.
Wondering if another style of heat exchanger may be the better option for your specific application? Learn more about the heat exchanger options available and find out if a bayonet heater is really the ideal solution for your facility.