Bayonet heaters designed for maximum efficiency

Unlike our shell and tube exchangers and suction heaters, which are designed to heat liquids as they are pumped through the exchanger, bayonet heaters are designed to efficiently heat entire tanks of fluid. The tube bundle is completely immersed in the tank and the heating coil is directly exposed to the fluid.

Enerquip’s bayonet heaters are easy to install and don’t take up any extra space. As immersion heaters, they are inserted directly into the liquid through a tank flange, resulting in space and energy efficiency. Sitting inside the tank holding the liquid and fastened to the tank itself, the only equipment needed for the installation is a utility hookup.

Bayonet style tank heaters are typically inserted from the side of the tank. They are made of a tubesheet, tube bundle and a bonnet with utility connections. Customers typically 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.

Immersion heaters have a variety of applications in numerous industries, including the chemical process industry. And because customization matters, our bayonet heaters can be built with carbon steel or 316L stainless steel.

Quality Solutions

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. All of our bayonet heaters are fabricated with stainless steel, a material highly resistant to corrosion, giving our equipment a long lifespan.

In addition to our standard models, we can provide equipment customized to your specifications. Regardless of which option you choose, your equipment will arrive quickly and safely to your site.

All of our equipment is built according to industry standards. We will work with customers to make sure that the products they purchase meet the material and finish requirements needed by their particular industry.

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