Steam heating – it’s crucial to industrial processes in almost every vertical today. If your company relies on the power of steam heat for almost any process, taking a look at what Komax has to offer now is a great way to save time and create efficiency.
The Best Choice
Regardless of what size pipe you need to heat, Komax has you covered. We have a Direct Injection Steam Heater that operates with extreme precision. Any specific volume of water can be heated to any temperature you’d like with our heater quickly. With an energy efficiency rating that is 30% higher than many other systems (like coils), this is your best bet.
Our heater line extends beyond the Direct Injection Steam Heater, though. We have a heater for every type of mixer. If you have an older mixer, such as a peg style motor driven mixer, then our Pulp Stock Inline Steam Heater will meet your needs. With very little maintenance required, it will end up paying for itself in no time.
Our Sanitary Inline Steam Heater is especially useful in any industry where sanitary is a must, like food preparation. It is simply a more sanitary version of our other offerings. If you’re running an operation that is subject to regular health inspections, you should make sure that your heater is fully compliant with your state’s sanitation requirements. If it isn’t, Komax’s sanitary offerings will save you money on a re-inspection as well as an emergency upgrade.
Our Tank Steam Heater offers very uniform heating at a fraction of the cost of the competition. As always, the temperature can be very precisely selected and measured at all points within the tank. It’s designed to be one of the quietest products we make, and it offers heat in a vibration free environment.
At the end of our heater product line, we have the Severe Duty Steam Heater. This heater can sustain almost any conditions to give you a perfect uniform heat.
If you’re tired of putting up with other steam heating companies, there’s a better alternative. Komax Steam Heating products are the most energy efficient on the market, so upgrading could actually save you and your company money. Contact us today to learn more.