Often seen on coppers or kettles in Breweries, a DIN125 or DN125 Immersion Heater is good to 20 BAR. Available with 6 or 9 looped or U bent elements with 1 or 2 stat pockets, allowing for control AND overtemp cutout if needed. With that many elements we can squeeze on a lot of power. Or if you prefer, achieve a very low watt density.
Also referred to as 5″NB.
Call Jamie on 07897 246 779 to discuss your needs.
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The major benefit of these heaters is the ability to remove them with comparative ease. This makes them very popular with brewers & distillers, as cleaning in situ is a bugger. I know from grim experience with Alex & Nathan at Green Duck. They beat me with a big stick when I miss bits. The screams in an empty & warm vessel are blood curdling.
|5″||Flange Diameter||PCD||No. of Bolt Holes||Diameter of Bolts||Diameter of Holes||Diameter of Raised Face||Height of Raised Face|
|Table D||10″ (254mm)||8 1/4″ (210mm)||8||5/8″ (16mm)||11/16″ (17mm)|
|Table E||10″ (254mm)||8 1/4″ (210mm)||8||5/8″ (16mm)||11/16″ (17mm)|
|Table F||11″ (279mm)||9 1/4″ (235mm)||8||3/4″ (19mm)||7/8″ (22mm)|
|Table H||11″ (279mm)||9 1/4″ (235mm)||8||3/4″ (19mm)||7/8″ (22mm)||7″ (178mm)||1/16″ (2mm)|
|ANSI 125/150||10″ (254mm)||8 1/2″ (216mm)||8||3/4″ (19mm)||7/8″ (22mm)||7 5/16″ (186mm)||1/16″ (2mm)|
|ANSI 300||11″ (279mm)||9 1/4″ (235mm)||8||3/4″ (19mm)||7/8″ (22mm)||7 5/16″ (186mm)||1/16″ (2mm)|