Not all heaters are created equal, and so you must take time to consider the right one for your application. Choosing incorrectly could end up costing a great deal of money in production and downtime. We will work with you and your team to determine the best electric heater for your needs.

Supercritical Fluid Heaters, Scraped Surface Heat Exchangers
Armstrong Heaters. Armstrong’s vertical bayonet design and direct electric vaporizers provide an on-demand supply of ammonia vapor for specific applications.


Below, we want to take the time to highlight some features of our popular heaters. We are known for more than just supercritical fluid heaters and scraped surface heat exchangers.

Electrofin Heaters confidently provide the features of electric immersion heaters that have a larger heat transfer surface area for a given shell size. This quality makes the heaters ideal for high viscosity, and low Reynolds number flows. We use a thick sheath with welded fins to make the heater as durable as it can be. Ultimately, this leads to a long operational lifetime. We use various fin geometries and a three-phase nature of elements to heighten the versatility of the Electrofin heater.

Immersion heaters utilize a metal-sheathed, u-shape electric heating element that is enclosed in a pressure-containing shell.  These heaters are typically used in a relatively high heat transfer rate and are needed from the sheath to process fluid. We build this system using a proven temperature determination technique that optimizes performance and the life of the element.  Consider these heaters because they show significant standoff between the terminal box and tube sheet, which allows for low-temperature wiring inside the terminal box. This prevents the process from leaking into the terminal box.

For more information on our heaters, you should not hesitate to give our talented team a call. Our crew is trained and ready to get you the best scraped surface heat exchangers and supercritical fluid heaters for your business and applications.