Won Brothers EHT 50 Titanium Heating Element

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Won Brothers

All the titanium heating elements must be used with temperature controllers.


  • High quality titanium element
  • Excellent corrosion resistance
  • Double heating tube
  • Heavy duty grounded cable
  • Ideal for freshwater / saltwater aquariums and ponds
  • Wattage: 50 Watts
  • Heating element dimensions: 0.75" diameter x 8.3" Length
  • Grounded power cable length: 6 feet
  • Titanium heating element offers an excellent chemical resistance in saltwater or freshwater
  • Heating element is completely submersible
  • Heating element can be mounted either vertically or horizontally
  • Heavy duty: heat and shock resistant.
  • Unbreakable, corrosion-resistance heating element
  • Double heating tube structure
  • Fast heating, durable and reliable

Manufacturer Info

Won Brothers
Won Brothers, Inc. is an innovative company which manufactures, imports, and exports only the highest quality products and accessories for the aquarium industry. They have proudly been offering affordable, quality aquarium and pond products to the industry. Their goal is to provide quality assurance to our customers. At Won Brothers, Inc. they consistently develop new products which makes caring for aquariums and ponds a more enjoyable experience. They also import select items which meets or exceeds our high expectations of quality and performance. All of their products are tested in a laboratory like setting before it is offered on the market.



Experience Level: Expert


I prefer not to bash products or companies based on a single bad experience. I just don't buy/use them again. But in this case I'll make an exception. I installed 2 of these heaters in my tank. When I installed them I tested individually for stray voltage in the aquarium and there was none. Six days later, my Apex was not connected to Fusion. I looked at the Apex display and my tank was a cozy 87 degrees. There was a flashing amber light on the brain and I was unable to control anything. I stuck my hand in the water to physically verify the tank temp and was electrocuted. I suspected the newest addition to the tank and unplugged both heaters. No electrocution. Plugged in, shocked again. I realize this is not the smartest way to test for stray current but stay with me here....I unplugged the heaters and put my old ones in, rebooted the Apex and took measures to cool the tank down. That was a week ago and thankfully only 1 coral has any bleaching on it. If this had happened in the middle of the night I would have been screwed. My bad for not setting these to FALLBACK OFF, and if I had cooked my tank it would have been my own fault. What's not my fault is that one or both of these units was faulty. I'm not sure if it had anything to do with my Apex crashing or what exactly happened there. Maybe this is in the manual or somebody knows. But it's clear water intruded slowly into the heater and exposed me and my tank to stray current. Completely unacceptable. Long story short, I went with the Finnex model with the onboard controller. Hoping for higher quality and a little redundancy in control.

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Experience Level: Intermediate

Trouble Free

Not much to say. Works great! I control it from my Apex controller. Holds my tank between 77.5 and 78 flawlessly. 110gal DT / 35gal RT :400 watt. In Service about 3 months.

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