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  • Heater Selection - Oil Heating
    heaters rated 20-23 W/in2 are. 205. 6000. recommended for heating light weight oils. 185. 680. Medium. 8. 3150. (SAE 10 to SAE 30). For medium weight oils. 5000. 165. (gear oils, etc.), 12-15 W/in2 are suggested. 460. 145. SAE No. Bunker C, tar, asphalt and other highly viscous. 4000. 140. 7. 2150
  • Oil Refining Basics (.pdf)
    . All rights reserved. “Excellence in Applied Chemical Engineering”. Some Historical Events. •. 3000 BC Sumerians use asphalt as an adhesive; Eqyptians use pitch to grease. chariot wheels; Mesopotamians use bitumen to seal boats. •. 600 BC Confucius writes about drilling a 100’ gas well and using
  • Stainless Steel Tubing vs. Copper Tubing in Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers
    . Steam. Pressure. deg.F. deg.F. psig. 120. 240. 10. 150. 270. 30. 180. 300. 50. 220. 340. 100. 250. 370. 150. The excessive steam pressure can be used to size temperature regulator. These recommendations are valid for asphalt and other highly viscous liquids. For instance, heating. syrups may result
  • Infrared Technology
    ) 1000 / 1832 0.8 Carbon (T - carbon 0.9% ash) 127 / 260 0.81 Concrete - 0.94 Glass (smooth) 22 / 72 0.94 Granite (polished) 21 / 70 0.85 Ice 0 / 32 0.97 Marble (light gray polished) 22 / 72 0.93 Asbestos board 23 / 74 0.96 Asbestos paper 38 / 100 0.93 371 / 700 0.95 Asphalt (paving) 4 / 39 0.97

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