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Clean Water Circulation Heater

Circulation Heaters for Clean Water

$1,762.00

Item# CHF01879

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25-49 $1,568.18
50-99 $1,532.94
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Circulation Heaters for Clean Water CHF01879 CHF01879
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  • Standard Element Sheath Materials
  • Incoloy® 800 — A Nickel (30 to 35%), Chromium (19 to 23%), Iron alloy. The high nickel content of this alloy contributes to its resistance to scaling and corrosion. Used in air heating (also see Incoloy® 840) and immersion heating of potable water and other liquids that are not corrosive to an Incoloy® 800 sheath.
  • Low Carbon Steel — Applications include fluid heat transfer media, tar, high to low viscosity petroleum oils, asphalt, wax, molten salt, and other solutions not corrosive to a steel sheath.
  • 316 Stainless Steel — A Chromium (16 to 18%), Nickel (11 to 14%), Iron Alloy with Molybdenum (2 to 3%) added to improve corrosion resistance in certain environments, especially those that would tend to cause pitting due to the presence of chlorides. Applications include deionized water.
  • Copper — Mainly used in clean water heating for washrooms, showers, rinse tanks and freeze protection of storage tanks.

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Surface Treatments for Stainless Steel and Incoloy® Elements and Other Wetted Parts to Improve Corrosion Resistance Flanged immersion heater surfaces in contact with the material being heated can be passivated or electro-polished to improve their resistance to corrosion. Passivation removes surface contamination, usually iron, so that the optimum corrosion resistance of the stainless steel is maintained. Surface contamination would come from the small amount of steel that may be worn off a tool during the manufacturing process. Passivating is accomplished by dipping the heater in a warm solution of nitric acid. Electro-Polishing is an electrochemical process that removes surface imperfections and contaminants, enhancing the corrosion resisting ability of the stainless steels. The resultant surface is clean, smooth and bright. Many medical and food applications require this finish.

8 watts/in2 (1.3 watts/cm2) — Typical Applications: Fuel Oils (Bunker C and Number 6)
Nominal Pipe Size Dimensional Drawing Number KW Model Number Approx Weight
120V 240V-1Ph (C*) 240V-3Ph (C*) 480V-1Ph (C*) 480V-3Ph (C*) lb kg
212 NPT 3 elements 2.2 2 CHF01100(1) CHF01101(1) 37 17
2.3 3 CHF01102(1) CHF01101(1) 46 21
3"—150 lb 3 elements 3.2 2 CHF01104(1) CHF01105(1) 62 28
3.3 3 CHF01106(1) CHF01107(1) 76 34
(C*) = Number of Branch Circuits per heater
60 watts/in2 (9.3 watts/cm2)—Typical Applications: Clean Water
Nominal Pipe Size Model Number Dim Drawing Number KW Approx Weight
120V 240V-1Ph (C*) 240V-3Ph (C*) 480V-1Ph (C*) 480V-3Ph (C*) lb kg
114 NPT 2 elements CHF01859 CHF01860(1) 1.1 3 14 6
CHF01861(1) 1.1 4 14 6
CHF01862(1) 1.2 5 17 8
CHF01863(1) 1.2 6 18 8
212 NPT 3 elements CHF01864(1) CHF01865(1) CHF01866(1) CHF01867(1) 2.1 6 26 12
CHF01868(1) CHF01869(1) CHF01870(1) CHF01871(1) 2.1 7.5 26 12
CHF01872(1) CHF01873(1) CHF01874(1) CHF01875(1) 2.1 9 27 12
CHF01877(1) CHF01878(1) CHF01879(1) 2.2 12 34 15
CHF01881(1) CHF01882(1) CHF01883(1) 2.2 15 35 16
CHF01885(1) CHF01886(1) CHF01887(1) 2.3 18 43 20
3"—150 lb 3 elements CHF01888(1) CHF01889(1) CHF01890(1) CHF01891(1) 3.1 6 52 24
CHF01892(1) CHF01893(1) CHF01894(1) CHF01895(1) 3.1 9 53 24
CHF01896(1) CHF01897(1) CHF01898(1) 3.2 12 61 28
CHF01899(1) CHF01900(1) CHF01901(1) 3.2 15 67 30
CHF01902(1) CHF01903(1) CHF01904(1) 3.3 18 74 34
4"—150 lb 6 elements CHF01905(2) CHF01906(1) CHF01907(1) CHF01908(1) 4.1 12 77 35
CHF01909(2) CHF01910(1) CHF01911(1) CHF01912(1) 4.1 18 79 36
CHF01913(2) CHF01914(2) CHF01915(2) CHF01916(1) 4.2 24 92 42
CHF01917(2) CHF01918(2) CHF01919(1) 4.2 30 94 43
CHF01920(2) CHF01921(2) CHF01922(1) 4.3 36 117 53
CHF01923(2) 4.3 50 121 55
CHF01924(2) 4.4 60 145 66
5"—150 lb 6 elements CHF01925(2) CHF01926(2) CHF01927(2) CHF01928(1) 5.1 24 115 52
CHF01929(2) CHF01930(2) CHF01931(1) 5.1 30 117 53
CHF01932(2) CHF01933(2) CHF01934(1) 5.2 36 128 58
CHF01935(2) 5.3 50 167 76
CHF01936(2) 5.4 60 196 89
5"—150 lb 9 elements CHF01937(3) CHF01938(3) CHF01939(3) 5.1 36 120 54
CHF01940(3) CHF01941(3) CHF01942(3) 5.1 45 122 55
CHF01943(3) CHF01944(3) CHF01945(3) 5.2 54 134 61
CHF01946(3) 5.3 75 176 80
CHF01947(3) 5.4 90 197 89
6"—150 lb 12 elements CHF01948(2) CHF01949(2) CHF01950(2) CHF01951(1) 6.1 24 125 57
CHF01952(3) CHF01953(2) CHF01954(2) CHF01955(1) 6.1 36 129 59
CHF01956(4) CHF01957(3) CHF01958(2) 6.2 48 153 69
CHF01959(4) CHF01960(3) CHF01961(2) 6.2 60 157 71
CHF01962(4) CHF01963(2) 6.3 72 196 89
CHF01964(2) 6.3 100 204 93
CHF01965(4) 6.4 120 246 112
6"—150 lb 15 elements CHF01966(3) CHF01967(5) CHF01968(3) CHF01969(1) 6.1 30 128 58
CHF01970(5) CHF01971(5) CHF01972(3) CHF01973(5) 6.1 45 133 60
CHF01974(5) CHF01975(3) CHF01976(5) 6.2 60 158 72
CHF01977(5) CHF01978(5) CHF01979(5) 6.2 75 163 74
CHF01980(5) CHF01981(5) 6.3 90 202 92
CHF01982(5) 6.3 125 213 97
CHF01983(5) 6.4 150 257 117
8"—150 lb 18 elements CHF01984(3) CHF01985(3) CHF01986(2) 8.1 50 210 95
CHF01987(6) CHF01988(2) 8.2 75 238 108
CHF01989(6) CHF01990(3) 8.3 100 266 121
CHF01991(6) CHF01992(6) 8.4 125 294 133
CHF01993(6) 8.5 150 326 148
CHF01994(6) 8.6 175 358 162
CHF01995(6) 8.7 200 391 177
Ordering Example: CHF01865, 6 KW, 240 Vac, 3 phase circulation heater.
(C*) = Number of Branch Circuits per heater

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What is the increase in temperature of air passing through this at 200 CFM at approximately 75 degree Fahrenheit?

Asked by: Brett
Hi Brett, The CHF01920 heater is for water applications. For air heating applications please see our GCHI series or search for p/n: GCHI-03-006P-E1/240 The formula to calculate power for heating air is SCFM x ΔT / 3 ΔT = temperature rise in deg F Best regards, OMEGA
Answered by: RD Engineer
Date published: 2020-04-07
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