Process Bath Heaters
Water, Water-Glycol, and Salt Bath heaters are a simple and effective method to safely heat various process mediums. These heaters indirectly heat liquids and gases as the medium passes through process coils that are submerged into a bath solution for heating.
A process bath heater allows a user to indirectly heat process liquids and gases by submerging a process coil into a heated bath solution.
A process bath heater is a simple and safe method for indirectly heating various process mediums. A bath solution is heated by a fire tube style burner submerged at the bottom of the heater vessel. The bath solution then heats a submerged process coil, in which the flowing process medium is heated. Water-glycol mixtures are very common solutions for most low-temperature heating applications, and can typically be used up to 250F. Salt melts can be used to meet the higher operating temperature requirements in some specialized applications.