Tubular heating elements are versatile and widely used electrical devices designed to generate heat in a variety of applications. They consist of a metal tube, usually made of stainless steel, with electrical resistance wire coiled inside. When electricity flows through the resistance wire, it produces heat, which is transferred to the outer surface of the tube. Tubular heating elements are available in various shapes and sizes to suit different requirements, and they can be used in water heaters, industrial ovens, air conditioning systems, boilers, and many other heating applications. Their robust construction, efficient heat transfer, and ability to withstand high temperatures make them a popular choice for both residential and industrial heating needs.