In some cases RIA and static reactors can be used for heating of liquids. Due to permanent process of collapsing cavitation bubbles inside the liquid, heat energy is released. So, multiple passes of liquids through Static Reactor and RIA are followed with a heating of liquid. Heat energy is produced as the result of converting kinetic energy of the liquid to a thermal energy.
Most optimal temperature range is 20…80 deg C.
An advantage of cavitation heating is insensitivity to salts and solid includes which are normally sedimented on the walls of heating element. During cavitation heating salinity does not affect the heating process because of there is no heating element at all – heating occurs due to collapse of myrids af cavitation bubbles.