The EASYPLUG™ Resistance Immersion heaters from Process Technology offer simple, easy plug-in installation for aquaculture applications. To install, simply mount the heater, plug it into the control, and plug the control into a wall receptacle. A thermal protector, placed inside a thermowell and positioned in contact with the heater sheath, will stop power to the heater in the event of low liquid level. Works with both 50/60Hz. Includes 8½” flexible cord with plug.
The Heavy-Duty Resistance Immersion heaters can handle almost any immersion water heater need and are perfect for automatic “set it and leave it” applications. Choose type 316 stainless steel for freshwater applications and titanium for salt water. Titanium offers the utmost in salt water corrosion resistance. The bottom heaters locate the hot zone along the bottom of your tank. The over the side heaters are easily positioned on the side of the tank. Never allow the water level to drop below the hot zone dimension shown, as heater failure and/or fire could occur (also, keep the hot zone clean of scale buildup). Includes 8½” flexible cord. 3’ of wire and conduit provided on 1800W 115V, 3500W, 5000W and 6000W models.
All immersion heaters are UL-listed and CE-certified and come standard with the Protector 1 over-temperature control system which utilizes a heat sensitive thermal protector to detect overheat conditions. Controls sold separately. One-year warranty.
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