All Komax units highlight the importance of articulation as the road to progress. Their components employ precise engineering as the best way to complete a task as opposed to the other school of thought: brute force.
The reason Komax products are more efficient and effective than anything else on the market is because they use their shape to multiply existing environments. This is apparent with their Scepter Tank Heater, which uses steam to generate convection currents within a tank digester. The heater is positioned perfectly so as to encourage a complete mixing of the tank. Steam spargers, on the other hand, only work to inject steam within a tank without focusing on content movement. This mistake leads to a host of problems.
While minimal noise and vibration is a secondary benefit of the Scepter heater, it is something with profound repercussions. Many companies have switched over to the Scepter simply because steam spargers created so much vibration within the tanks that the tanks and connecting pipes were rattling to bits. By controlling the currents created by steam injection, the Scepter tank heater promotes a great environment for tank heating.
Increased bacteriologic activity is another reason the Scepter heater is the best option. By mixing the entire tank as well as heating its contents, digestion takes place much quicker than with other options allowing waste to be recycled at a quicker pace. Keeping sediment suspended is something only a diligently engineered heater can accomplish.
If nothing else, the Komax Scepter heater completes its job with much less dependency on energy inputs. The mixing environment promotes heating through minimal steam injection and natural waste processes. All Komax products are similarly designed and use a no moving parts to make them extremely efficient and almost maintenance free. It is with smart and evolving technology that things get better, not through force.