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Supplier: Armstrong International
Description: Process heat exchanger or coils with modulating steam control Remote installations (tracing, tank farms, or remote coils) Systems under vacuum Hazardous (explosion-proof) areas Caustic environments Sumps or submersed areas Flash tanks
- Maximum Discharge Pressure: 125 psi
- Power Source: Steam / Pressure Powered
- Primary Material of Construction: Cast Iron
- Market Segment: General Industrial
Supplier: OMEGA Engineering, Inc.
Description: OMEGALUX® CWM (Constant Wattage Medium Temperature) heating cable is the ideal answer to those pipe tracing situations which require higher temperatures for process maintenance as well as freeze protection. No matter what length of cable is needed, wattage (or heat) produced by each foot
- AC Voltage Required: 120 to 480 volts
- Phase: Single Phase
- Cable Shape: Round cable
- Sleeve (Sheath) Material: Copper
Supplier: Thermon Manufacturing Co.
Description: of continuously operating pumps, deliberately overheating the water and maintaining the recirculation system. Potential water savings can also be realized since the heat tracing can be installed up to the point of use; i.e., no waiting for hot water. Supply voltage 120 or 208 VAC
- AC Voltage Required: 208 volts
- Phase: Single Phase
- Cable Shape: Square or Rectangular cable
- Sleeve (Sheath) Material: Other
Supplier: Tempco Electric Heater Corporation
Description: onto the resistance wire and covered by the fiberglass sleeving. Retention crimps hold the assembly together. They are used where a low cost, economical heat source is required. Typical Applications: Appliances Incubators Laboratory Beakers Blueprint Machine Drier Units Heat Tracing for Pipes
- Maximum Operating (Sheath) Temperature: 900 to 1300 F
- AC Voltage Required: 120 to 240 volts
- Phase: Single Phase
- Sleeve (Sheath) Material: None
Supplier: Bucan Electric Heating Devices, Inc.
Description: performance Rapid response Fully annealed MIniature sizes CSA and CE certified INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS Hot runner nozzzles Cutting and sealing bars Medical equipment Rod, pipe and tube heating Heat tracing Semiconductor manufacturing
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Roof Deicing and Heat Tracing Systems
Heatizon roof deicing systems and heat trace products will prevent roof damage from ice dams, heavy snow loads, and falling icicles caused from the stress of winter snow conditions. The liabilities of ice dams, and icicles cause thousands of dollars of roof damage to the interior and exterior of buildings every year and at Heatizon we offer the best roof ice melt solution to eliminate those winter worries. Longevity and top notch quality! *What are ICE DAMS? Find out here!. Prevent Ice Dams... (read more)
Browse Coil Heaters and Cable Heaters Datasheets for Heatizon Systems
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|Part #||Distributor||Manufacturer||Product Category||Description|
|675050||Radwell||Generic Heater||Heating Elements, Heat Trace Cable/Accessories||HEAT COILS 6X1000W 240V|
|C261270||Radwell||Therm Coil||Heating Elements, Heat Trace Cable/Accessories||HEATER 1KW 240VAC|
|WE11X60||Radwell||General Electric||Heating Elements, Heat Trace Cable/Accessories||HEATER COIL|
|FC7553W||Radwell||Therm Coil||Heating Elements, Heat Trace Cable/Accessories||HEATING THERMOSTAT|
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Standard Specification for Tracer Materials
be used rather than rigid pipe for tracing because considerably less force is exerted as a result of differential expansion between the tracing element and the process pipe or equipment. Therefore, the tracer can be held closer to the surface of the heated pipe or equipment to provide a higher heat
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Fluid Mechanics Heat Transfer and Mass Transfer: Chemical Engineering Practice
9 Convective Heat Transfer Basics 10 Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers 11 Heat Transfer Equipment Involving Phase Transfer 12 Refrigeration, Heat Pumps, Heat Tracing , Coiled and Jacketed Vessels, Steam Traps, and Immersion Heaters 13 Compact Heat Exchangers, Regenerators, and Recuperators 14 Radiant...
Analysis identifies deficiencies in existing pressure relief systems
...521 Section 3.14 states that the most com- mon causes of thermal expansion are, “(a) Piping or vessels are blocked-in while they are filled with cold liquid and are subsequently heated by heat tracing , coils , ambient heat gain or...
Guidelines for Engineering Design for Process Safety
Sources o heat that cause this thermal exf pansion are solar radiation, heat tracing , heating coils , heat transfer from the atmosphere or other equipment.