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    Inline Heaters - (37 companies)
    They do not provide enough heat to maintain temperature in a closed system, but impart enough heat to a fluid for immediate use. Specifications for in-line heaters include heater type, application, fuel or energy source, sleeve or sheath material... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    ...to a stream or reservoir of water. They can be described by their fuel source or may be one of several specific types of heaters. They can be configured to operate in-line, to heat re-circulated streams of water, for direct immersion in an open tank... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    ...flowing, or circulating fluid streams. Fluid flows through the heater, which transfers heat to the fluid stream. Any liquid or gas is generally acceptable for use with a circulation heater. Often, circulation heaters are used as stock tank heaters... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    ...heaters is the highest temperature that the heater 's sheath or protective cover may reach. The maximum air temperature, as its name suggests, is the maximum temperature of the air exiting from the heater. Heating capacity is the wattage that gas heaters... Search by Specification | Learn More
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  • Piping Handbook, Seventh Edition > HEAT-TRACING OF PIPING SYSTEMS
    Since the bus wires of the heaters are used to carry the detector signal, any cut in the line trips the alarm due to signal loss. The current draw of the heat tracer can also be monitored with microprocessor-based systems using a... Current monitoring works well with all types of heaters when line-sensing control is used, but is a poor choice in applications employing ambient-sensing control and self - regulating heaters.


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