ELWA manufactures electric continous flow heaters in different designs. All products feature highest quality and flexibility to adapt the heater perfectly to the application.
Operating voltage, specific surface load, material of vessel and protection tubes, position and dimension of connecting flanges… there is almost no limitation to adapt the design to perfectly fulfill the requirements of our customers applications.
The electric heaters of the series 4600 are our standard heaters for almost any application. Fluids: Oil, Emulsion / Power (max): 300 kW / Temp (max) : 150°C / Pressure (max): 10 bar
ROE units including electrical preheater and control cabinet. Fluids: Oil, Emulsion / Power (max): 300 kW / Temperature (max): 150°C / Pressure (max): 10 bar
The electric heaters of the 4600 WR series are our standard heaters for almost any application if water or emulsion is the fluid to be heated. Fluids: Water, Emulsion / Power (max): 1.000 kW / Temp (max): 110 °C / Pressure (max): 10 bar
The electric heaters of the 4600 H series are our standard heaters for almost any application in high pressure systems. Fluids: Oil, Emulsion, Water / Power (max): 220 kW / Temperature (max): 150°C / Pressure (max): 30 bar
The series 4700 compact heater features an unique compact design. Fluids: Oil, Water, Emulsion / Heating power (max): 39 kw / Temperature (max): 100°C / Pressure (max): 6 bar
The series 800 RF heating inserts feature design characteristics which make these units unrivalled on the market. The high variability of the design allows a perfect adaption to any process conditions. There is no better solution to heat up tanks.
Thousands of these heaters are in operation on board of ships, in power stations or other industrial installation all over the world. It is our mission to provide the best possible technical solution to our customers
We have ELWA heaters installed on our test rig for F1 engines to preheat gearbox and engine lube oils. The accuracy of the temperature regulation has surpassed our requirements by far. Since we are using very sensitive oils, the low surface load of the ELWA heaters was one of the reasons for our choice.