The Polaris Modular and Popular fluoropolymer immersion heaters are designed for use where aggressive chemicals need to be heated to temperatures up to 100°C. All heaters have optimum chemical resistance against corrosion caused by chemicals such as nitric, hydrochloric, sulphuric and hydrofluoric acids, and are inert enough to be used where non-contamination is a requirement.
The Polaris Neptune range is available in a wide range of metals from stainless steel, and Inconel™ to titanium. Metals are selected on the basis of the chemical in which they are to be used. There is a wide variety of shapes and sizes available allowing heaters to be placed over the top of the tank with flying leads or flanged to fit through the side.
0.5kW to 12kW
Small enough to fit behind anode baskets and in other confined operating areas; the Polaris Modular will cope with all the special requirements experienced by the metal finishing and allied industries.
The heater is thin enough to fit easily into confined spaces eg. behind anode baskets. The Popular can be supplied with hanging brackets for vertical mounting or standoffs for horizontal mounting. The integral Braudeflex lead has no junctions and is continuous and flexible.
The Popular Cylindrical can be supplied with an optional adjustable hanging bracket for vertical mounting. The Braudeflex lead has no external joins and is continuous and flexible for ease of installation into new or existing plant.
Other voltages and various shapes are available, please call our sales team for more information.
Other voltages are available. There are 2 main styles available, please call our sales team for more information.
Materials: stainless steel, Titanium, Inconel™ and Teflon™ sleeved
Materials: stainless steel 304, 316, 321, Incoloy™ 800, 825 and Titanium
Materials: stainless steel 321element of 8 or 10mm diameter with carbon steel cover.
We endeavour to make our products as safe and foolproof as we possibly can. However, no piece of electrical equipment is 100% safe unless it is protected by an RCD (Residual Current Device). Some people believe that only an MCB is required, but an MCB does not protect against earth leakage; an RCD is the only device that will provide a rapid (30msec or better) cut off in the event of earth leakage and should be fitted to every installation.
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