Heating unit in an electric water heater.
The element used in Dux storage type electric units is basically a coil of resistance wire in a copper sheath to make a heating unit which produces heat by the passage of an electric current through it. All Dux electric water heater utilise a sheathed (copper or Incalloy) element where the resistance wire is contained within the sheath and is protected from the corrosive effects of hot water under elevated pressures.
A resistance coil of wire that heats up when current is applied. Also a part of a kiln.
The heating coils of an electric kiln. (Tired or burned-out elements refer to elements which carry too little or no electrical current for producing heat).
Coils made from nichrome or kanthal wire through which electricity is run to fire electric kilns.
High temperature coils inside the kiln that produce the heat.