Bayonet Heaters

Enerquip – Bayonet heaters, industrial heating solutions
The engineers at Enerquip know it’s crucial to properly heat liquids. Using the wrong method could result in ruined product and wasted energy, time and money. This is why we work with our customers to find the best solution to their heating needs.

Enerquip is now offering a new line of bayonet heaters. These heaters are easy to install and don’t take up any extra space. As immersion heaters, they are inserted directly into the liquid, resulting in nearly 100 percent energy efficiency. Since they protrude inside the tank holding the liquid and are fastened to the tank itself, the only equipment needed to help in the installation of the heater is a utility hookup, with no additional piping for an external product loop.

Bayonet style tank heaters are inserted from the side of the tank. They are made of a tube sheet, tube bundle and a bonnet. Customers like using bayonet heaters because they can be easily removed for cleaning and inspection. Pre-existing flanges and manways on the tank are great for installation, eliminating the need to retrofit a tank or purchase a new one.
Enerquip prides itself on providing quality and cost-effective solutions to its customers. Our bayonet heaters reflect these points as they are a practical way to heat nearly all types of liquid. We use stainless steel because it is highly resistant to corrosion, giving our equipment a long lifespan. Our customers’ needs come first, and we can provide equipment customized to your specifications. We also offer off-the-shelf solutions. Regardless of which option you choose, your equipment will arrive quickly and safely to your site. Our turnaround time is half the industry average.

All of our equipment is also built according to industry standards. We will work with customers to make sure the products they purchase meet the material and finish requirements needed by their particular industry.Common certifications we specialize in include:

  • TEMA C, B & R
  • ASME Section VIII, Div 1
  • API 660
  • CRN for Canada
  • PED for the UK