Immersion Heaters

Overview

GMS Electric Storage Calorifier

GMS use electric immersion heaters as an alternative heating soure as it requires low installation, maintenance and has low off-peak costs. It can also be a cost effective back-up for other heat sources during periods of low demand and shut-down of the main primary heating source. Electric Immersion Heaters are used as the main source of heat in our Electric Storage Calorifiers.

GMS can provide a range of immersion heaters to suit your requirements from 1kW to 250kW power supply in a range of screwed or flanged connections (dependent on Kilowatt rating).

Below is a summary of the options available.

Fixed Elements
Fixed Elements

Lowest cost option but if one element fails, the entire heater must be replaced.

Replaceable Elements
Replaceable Elements

These are fixed to the element plate using special nuts and glands. A failed element can be replaced (after draining the calorifier to remove the heater) without wasting the remaining good elements

Removable Core Elements
Removable Core Elements

The highest cost type. Each heater element can be withdrawn from the immersion heater and replaced without draining down the calorifier.

Element Sheath Material Options (The element sheath is the part in contact with the water)
  • Copper - Most Commonly Used
  • Nickel Alloys - (EG Incolloy) - Recommended for use with hard water)
  • Stainless Steel

Please contact our sales department for more information about immersion heaters, as well as price and availability.

 
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