In 1957, E. Braude (London) Ltd started out as a metal trading company then, moving into thermal process heating equipment manufacture in the 1970s, we built a reputation as a manufacturer of acid proof equipment which was reliable and durable. By specialising in heating and cooling equipment for corrosive liquids, Braude quickly became renowned by many customers in the electroplating and metal industries both in the UK and overseas.
One of the more recent developments in our product range is the introduction of the Polaris Neptune range of metal heaters which is designed for processes that do not require the application of fluoropolymer technology.
The Polaris Neptune heaters are available in a variety of materials and the principle features are:
• A robust construction
• A choice of either Stainless Steel or Titanium with other materials available to order
• Various Sizes from 1kW to 12kW
• Option of either single or three phase
• Resin heater connection sealed to IP65
• Flying lead for easy connection
• Over the side mounting with bracket provided
• Choice of configurations to suit process tank and available space
• Compatible with Thermaster and Levelmaster controllers
• Quality and reliability of a trusted brand
As our products are already widely used in industries such as Galvanising, Aerospace, Metal finishing as well as in the Chemical Industry, we are now able to offer a more cost-effective product to a wider range of customers.
Our technical department will design and shape your customised element depending on the physical space available and the fluid that is to be heated. If our standard heaters do not suit your application, special voltage, power output, dimensions, and shapes can be manufactured in a short time on request.
A testimonial from a happy customer:
“We recently fitted two Braude Polaris Neptune Heaters to treatment tanks to control the temperature of alkaline solutions. The heaters are compact and were easily and quickly fitted to the tanks at the required height. The heaters have consistently maintained the required temperature of 50º – 65ºC through continuous operation. No adjustments or maintenance has been required since initial installation. The Polaris Neptune Heaters have proved to be an efficient and cost-effective means of controlling solution temperature.” — P. Smithers, Electroplating & Finishing Company, West Sussex.
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