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immersion heater

[ə′mər·zhən ‚hēd·ər]
(electricity)
An electric device for heating a liquid by direct immersion in the liquid.

immersion heater

A heater in which the electric heating element, submerged in a water tank, is controlled by a thermostat built into the tank or in contact with the water.
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Mica and ceramic heater bands, cartridge heaters, mica and ceramic strip heaters, flexible heaters, and immersion heaters in stock.
If the scale is allowed to build up it can reduce the effective size of the hot water pipes, the efficiency of water heaters and lead to early failure of boilers and immersion heaters.
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Name of Product: Immersion Heater, Part Numbers TMP-IMM-1776 and TMP-IMM-2479
Immersion heaters include flange, screw-plug, and over-the-side heaters (for open drums).
5m homes could have immersion heaters with a similar fault to the one in her house.
The first solar panels, provided and installed by eaga, were fitted in May and even with the lack of sunshine over the past couple of months, tenants are already saying they have not needed to use their immersion heaters to warm their water.
Customs were called and, as well as the still, removed four immersion heaters, two large vats, plastic containers and hundreds of bottles filled with illegal whisky.
As well as the copper still, there were four immersion heaters, two large vats, plastic containers and hundreds of bottles filled with hooch.
com)-- Process Technology, a wet process heating and cooling manufacturer, introduces its new SmartOne[R] line of PTC (positive temperature coefficient) electric immersion heaters.
Series Ultra-Pure DI Water Heating System and PFA/PTFE Immersion Heaters at Intersolar North America 2011.
Company offers Thunderbolt line, which includes cartridge heaters, band heaters, cast-in heaters, immersion heaters, and strip and tubular heaters.