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Applications
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   Annealing / Heat Treating       Process annealing is used to treat work-hardened parts made from low-carbon steels (< 0.25% carbon). Annealing can be used to stress-relieve or fully soften a part. A full anneal allows the parts to be soft enough to undergo further cold working without fracturing. 
   Curing / Tempering       Heaters are designed for curing or tempering applications. They can heat adhesive bonds to curing or setting specifications. 
   Drying       Heaters are used to dry products or materials with in-process or batch operation. 
   Melting       Heaters are used to transform materials from a solid to a liquid state for further processing (e.g., casting). 
   OEM / Custom       Heaters are designed as OEM modules and are designed to be embedded or installed in another piece of equipment. 
   Gases / Vapors       Products can be used to heat inert gases and vapors. 
   Clean Water Heating       Products are used to heat clean or pure water, or substances that have a similarly low viscosity. 
   Process Waters       Products are used to heat soap and detergent solutions, or demineralized or deionized water. 
   High Purity Waters       Heaters are designated by the manufacturer as designed for high-purity applications. 
   Lightweight Oils & Degreasing Solutions       Products are designed for use with heat transfer oils, synthetic heat transfer materials, degreasing solutions, etc. 
   Heavy Weight Oils       Products are used heat heavy, viscous oils to increase flow or pumping velocity. 
   Medium Weight Oils       Products are used to heat medium-weight oils such as gear oils, fuel oils, and some heat transfer oils. 
   Mild Corrosive Solutions       Heaters are designed for use in corrosive solutions of less than 25% concentration. 
   Severe Corrosive Solutions       Heaters are designed for use in corrosive solutions of up to 50% or more concentration. 
   Caustic Solutions       Heaters are designed for use in caustic solutions. 
   Liquid Paraffin       Heaters are designed for use with liquid paraffin or materials with a similar viscosity. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary applications. 
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Fuel / Energy Source
           
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   Electric       Electricity is the primary power source. 
   Diesel / Fuel Oil / Gasoline / Kerosene       The primary power source burns or generates power from fuel oil, diesel, gasoline, or kerosene. 
   Hot Water / Steam       Circulating steam or hot water is the primary heat source. 
   Natural Gas / Propane       Natural gas or propane is the primary power source. 
   Solar       The primary power source captures and uses solar heat. 
   Waste Oil       Waste oils are salvaged from internal combustion engines, hydraulics, lubricants, cooking processes, and other applications.  
   Wood / Pellet       The primary power source burns wood, wood pellets, or other combustible solid products. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary fuel or energy sources. 
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Maximum Temperature
   Maximum Operating (Sheath) Temperature       Maximum operating (sheath) temperature is the highest temperature that the heater's sheath (or protective cover) may reach. This is not the maximum temperature a heated substance may reach. 
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Heating Capacity
   Heating Capacity       Heating capacity is the wattage which the heater can deliver. 
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Power Requirement
   Phase:       
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   Single Phase       Heaters use single-phase power. 
   Three Phase       Heaters use three-phase power. 
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   AC Voltage Required       Heaters require AC voltage. Most heaters use AC voltage instead of DC voltage. 
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   Watt Density       The maximum watt density that the heater can deliver. Watt density is a good measure of how quickly the heater can transfer heat to a heated surface. To calculate watt density, suppliers divide the available wattage by the heated surface area. 
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