Heating of High-Temperature Containers
Solutions for Vessel and Container Heating
Phone +1 (289) 812-6631
Vessel and Container Heating, IBC and Hobbock Heating
Sensitive chemicals and other media that are stored and transported in a wide range of different containers are seeing increased use in industry. Container heating is used in this situation to maintain a certain temperature, reduce viscosity, prevent crystallisation or flocculation in liquids, or heat media to a certain temperature. Containers also have to be heated in the food and beverage industry, for example to process chocolate, oils or glucoses. Heating is often needed for frost protection in the cold part of the year for containers that are kept outdoors. There are numerous problems, and the choice of a suitable heater depends among other things on the specific application, type of medium to be heated and the design of the container.
Our engineers with decades of experience in container heating will develop the most suitable and financially sound solution for you for any heating problem. We are also leaders in tank container heating, IBC and hobbock heating and have set new standards over the years. You can use our container heating enquiry or our contact form. Our engineers will prepare just the right offer for you.
Advantages of our container heaters:
High temperature accuracy possible, up to +/- 1 °C
Even heat distribution
Fast and easy to lay
Also for use in hazardous areas
Heating cables used are from our own production facility in Germany
High chemical resistance (with use of fluoropolymer or mineral-insulated heating cables)
Resistance heating cables are often used to heat IBCs. Heating sleeves or heating jackets are also used. They are available either individually manufactured or as standard products, depending on the application.
There are also various options for heating drums, such as drum heaters and bottom heaters, including for Ex-areas.
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eltherm Canada Inc.
1440 Graham’s Lane, Unit 5
Burlington Ontario L7S 1W3
Phone: +1 (289) 812-6631
Fax: +1 (844) 325-6750