18kw 208v 3ph Steam Element 4 1/2″ 39183B 10.375″ L





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SKU: MRS-20818-208v Category:


  • Wattage: 18kw 
  • Voltage: 208v 
  • Immersion Length: 10.375″
  • Steel Flange: 4 1/2″ 
  • Includes: Gasket and Sealant

Replaces the following parts numbers:

  • Sussman/Mr. Steam 39183B, 39183BSS
  • Primus 800234
  • Getinge/Castle 536515
  • Eichenauer 300606H/51A-1002-04
  • Amerec 3005-518
  • CXI6041-01 | Pacific Steam CXI11858-08 CXI6058-04

Disclosure: Always refer to your owner’s manual. Using Non-OEM parts in Warranty equipment may void your warranty.

This 18kw (18000w) 208v 3 phase heating Element is commonly used in steam generators, autoclaves, pressure vessels, sterilizers, and electric0steam boiler systems. This heating element boils the water to build up the pressure to create steam. This heating element is compatible with many brand name steam generators, used in alteration shops, dry cleaners, breweries, saunas, fitness clubs and more. Always consider having a backup due to lime buildup.

Castle/Getinge CAS-30 uses 1 -12kw & 1 -18kw
Sussman/Mr. Steam MBA18 uses 1 – 18kw rated at 17kw
Pacific boiler -PSE-18, PSE-24, PSE-36, PSE-48, PSE-72
Series ES, HU, and MBA Electric Steam Boiler
ES-18, ES-30, ES-36, ES-48, ES-60, ES-72, ES-85,ES-100, ES-135

Fits Mr Steam Models

CU750 [uses 1 18kw]
CU1250 [uses 18kw ]
CU1400 [uses 2 18kw]
CU2000 [uses 2 18kw Elements]
CU2500 [uses 2 18kw Elements]
CU2500 [uses 2 18kw Elements]
CU3000 [uses 4 18kw Elements]
CU4500 [uses 6 18kw Elements]
SSB Electric Boilers

SSB-18 (uses 1 – 18kw)
SSB-30 (uses 1 – 18kw, 1 – 12kw)
SSB-36 (uses 2 – 18kw)
SSB-48 (uses 2 – 18kw, 1 – 12kw)
SSB-60 (uses 2 – 18kw, 2 – 12kw)
SSB-72 (uses 4 – 18kw)
SSB-85 (uses 5 – 18kw)
SSB-100 (uses 6 – 18kw)
SSB-135 (uses 8 -18kw)
SSB-160 (uses 7 – 18kw)
SSB-180 ( uses 8 – 18kw)

The OEM part numbers are given as a reference tool only. There is no inference or implication, beyond that of a useful reference tool should be taken nor is intended. All of the OEM names mentioned are Registered Trademarks


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