A chiller can be used in industrial heating application for a number of purposes. In the most common application, a traditional cooling unit is employed to remove heat from a process using a cooled media — in most cases, water — at temperatures from 41 to 104°F (5 to 40°C).
Some drying technologies are better suited for certain industrial applications than others. Learn where drying processes and fluid-bed, rotary drum, rolling-bed and belt dryer technologies intersect best.
Used to allow for thermal expansion of the thermal fluid while operating at process temperatures, an expansion tank is an essential part of any thermal fluid heating system. Learn the recommended operating procedures for liquid-phase heat transfer systems using synthetic organic heat transfer fluids.
Effective process control and automation technologies link thermal processing equipment such as ovens and furnaces with the operator and the supply-and-delivery chain — in a seamless network of information exchange.
Series 6000 is suited for recovering and reconcentrating acids such as hydrochloric from metal pickling operations, acetic acid, ammonia and alcohols from supply and process operations as well as other emission source compounds.
Also known as programming ports, programming interface or interface ports, panel-interface connectors mount on the outside of a control panel enclosure and provide accessing to the cabinet’s contents without opening the control panel door.
Available in 26 sizes and in electric or gas models, Express Batch Oven line is intended for applications such as powder coating, drying, epoxy curing, bonding, metal finishing, varnish curing, baking and adhesive curing.
Designed to provide power factor correction as well as overload, under-voltage and short circuit protection with visual verification, DIN-rail power supplies are intended for controlled environment applications.
Features of the Model FT1 include retractors for five probe sizes (15, 18, 24, 30 and 36”); Hart communication option; FM and FMc (Canada) Class I, Division 1 approvals; ATEX and IECEx Zone 1 approvals; and additional gases in the Gas-SelectX material selection menu.