Hot water heaters are able to control fluid temperature up to 110°C. These units are provided with expansion tank, circulating pump, heating elements, power cabinet, control panel, certificated regulation and safety system. The product is offered in mono-bloc version with a durable powder coated steel frame, easy to install and start up, minimizing any interference with the adjacent supplied machine. Overheated water heaters are divided into various categories depending on the heating mode and the temperature to be achieved.

Heater with burner
Fluid heating and thermoregulation by one or more burners that could be powered with many fuels like natural gas, LPG, diesel or Naphtha.
Electrical heater
Fluid heating and thermoregulation by electric resistances.
Heating through secondary circuit
Heating and thermoregulation by mixing fluids of the same nature. These units use a hot primary fluid, coming from a pipeline already available in the factory, to heat and control a secondary fluid that goes to the user machine. Secondary circuits bring benefits when you want to take advantage of a pre existing thermal power to heat one or more user machines.
Heating through Recovery
Fluid heating and thermoregulation by recovery of high temperature flue gas from production cycles; a classic heating solution (burner or electric resistance) can be added to these systems to integrate heat in case of large flow rate variations. The great flexibility of this unit allows the user to take advantage of all available resources, significantly reducing production costs.
Heating through Combined system
These units combine in the same equipment both the primary fluid heating (with burner or electric resistance) and secondary fluid thermoregulation (with mixing group or indirect system). The secondary fluid temperature modulation is guaranteed from a 4-20 mA control system. Combined systems bring benefits when you want to heat one or more user machines without available thermal power from a pre existing pipeline.
Heating through Bivalent System
Heating and thermoregulation by secondary circuit or indirect system, with the opportunity to control temperature by a classic mode (burner or electric resistance). These units use a hot primary fluid, coming from a pipeline already available in the factory, to heat and control a secondary fluid that goes to the user machine, with the alternative possibility of heating it directly. The dual power of this system allows the customer a great flexibility of using.
Heating through Indirect system
Heating and thermoregulation by heat exchangers. These units use a hot primary fluid (from an already available pipeline) that goes through a heat exchanger to heat and control a secondary one (so various fluids can be operated). The secondary fluid temperature regulation is guaranteed from a 4-20 mA control system. Indirect systems bring benefits when you want to take advantage of a pre existing thermal power to heat one or more user machines (especially when chosen fluid is different from the one available in factory).