Choosing the right duct heater requires the careful consideration of many factors. You must consider the medium to be heated, wattage required, duct size, the installation requirements, and the desired electrical controls.

Some duct heaters are designed for high-temperature use. They provide clean heat, offer versatility, require little maintenance, and are considered easy to install. High temperature duct heaters are also used in annealing and dehumidification as well.

Finned Duct Heaters are used when lower-temperature process heating is required, as well as for recirculating ovens. Uses for this type of duct heater include everything from shrink-wrapping and comfort heating to produce ripening rooms and cryogenic exhaust gas heating. This type of duct heater is also used in low-temperature forced air ovens, as well as a variety of applications that use air heat. Like their high-temperature counterparts, finned duct heaters are versatile, require little maintenance, and are easy to install.

Our sales engineering staff at Maxell can help you work out the details of what you need and provide you with a detailed quote for your particular application requirements.