In the process of electric heating production, we sometimes find that the explosion-proof electric heater in operation will have a odor after using it for a period of time. The main reason for this is that scale will appear after the explosion-proof electric heater is used for a period of time. Electric heating will produce a fixed odor, and the scale produced will not only reduce the heating performance of the electric heater for a long time, but also cause harm to the human body. Therefore, the cleaning of explosion-proof electric heaters becomes extremely important, but the water tank of the electric heater is large, and the range of the cleaning port can be limited. Therefore, if the enamel material is used as the inner explosion-proof electric heater, it needs to be replaced frequently For magnesium rods, the general replacement time is one to two years.
Explosion-proof electric heater is a structure that is widely used in the industrial industry. It is often used for heating and heating some chemicals, and it is also used in some places that need explosion-proof. The working principle of the explosion-proof electric heater is mainly to achieve the purpose of heating by means of energy conversion.
Explosion-proof electric heaters mainly use electric energy to convert into heat energy, and then heat the items. The internal device of the explosion-proof electric heater is that it can heat up too quickly after connecting the power, saving a lot of energy. When the thermal energy is output, the control system of the explosion-proof electric heater automatically adjusts according to the signal sent by the temperature sensor, and the temperature of the output port also presents a uniform output form. The explosion-proof electric heater is also equipped with an automatic protection system. When the temperature exceeds a high temperature, the protection system will automatically cut off the power to avoid damage to the heated items and protect the integrity of the heated items. Such automatic protection devices also ensure explosion Long-term normal use of electric heaters.