How Do Immersion Heaters Work?


Immersion heaters are heating units that are floating in a tub of water. They heat the water for domestic use.
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Immersion heaters are made by encasing a nichrome resistance heating wire in a ceramic jacket which is then surrounded by an Inconel sheath. Inconel is a highly corrosion- and heat-resistant
( ə′mər·zhən ′hēd·ər ) (electricity) An electric device for heating a liquid by direct immersion in the liquid.
An immersion electric heater usually uses nichrome wire as the heating element. Nichrome is highly resistive, and by applying a voltage, we can get it pretty hot. Nichrome is used
immersion heater: a heating element that is immersed in the liquid that is to be heated (as in a hot-water tank)
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