What Is a Calorifier?

A calorifier is a vessel that generates heat from stored water. Calorifiers are used in power plants, air conditioners, water heaters and more.

Calorifiers works by acting as a container that takes in a mass of water and generates it into heat. As the water is generated into heat, it radiates to warm specific things. For example, in a boiler system, as the calorifier heats the water, it radiates into the building to act as a heat source. The calorifier heats the water using a coil. The size of the coil depends on the size and application of the product containing a calorifier.