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The range of tubular heating elements

To meet practical requirements, Gnali Bocia has added a decisive series of tubular heating elements to its product catalogue

Every home and workplace has at least one water heating system that serves all required utilities. In response to demand, the engineers of Gnali Bocia have introduced a vast range of products to their company catalogue, with the precise aim of meeting all clients' needs. And it is for this reason that, as regards water heating systems, a series of tubular heating elements have been designed with output values to meet various requirements. The range is available from 1000 Watt through to a maximum of 3000 Watt models. As well as power, these heating elements differ in length, diameter of the tubular coil, full scale of the admissible temperature range (maximum 70°C / 80° C) and electrical connections. The material used is brass CW617N, with the addition of alloy elements such as Aluminium, Iron, Nickel, Lead and Tin: these elements give the tubular heating elements the correct properties for use in water heating systems, such as for example resistance to the corrosive action of water.

The voltage for operation of the heating elements is 220 Volt in single phase current, while the national grid mains supplies alternating current, and therefore the system must be equipped with a transformer to convert AC to DC voltage.


See also
13/06/2014 Tubular heating elements and copper corrosion With hard or chlorinated water the tubular heating elements can be protected with a magnesium anode

13/03/2014 Home comforts with tubular heating elements Tubular heating elements have many advantages due to their versatility and usability in heating fluids for domestic use

13/03/2016 Limiting corrosion in tubular electrical heating systems Tubular electrical heating systems increase their life span if the hardness of the water in the installation is checked.

13/08/2013 Materials that form heating headers Heating headers are designed using materials such as brass combined with specific percentages of alloy elements

13/12/2014 Electrical resistances for water heating Electrical heating resistances used in water heaters and pressure or open boilers

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