5 tips to choose the best Thermic Fluid Heater

Why is a Thermic Fluid Heater necessary?

Proper heat generation and comprehensive utilization are vital processes for any industry. From the highly caustic environments of chemical facilities to the pristine habitats of food manufacturing plants, every facility requires an accurate heating system. While heat generation is necessary for every industry, not every industry can utilize the benefits of the conventional heating process. Some manufacturing plants require high heater temperatures with very minimal pressure – the best use case of a Thermic Fluid Heater

Many industrial processes that require an additional energy source are well-served via a Thermal Fluid Heating System instead of steam or hot water. Unable to narrow down on the suitable heating system for your industry?

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Your Guide to Pick the best Thermic Fluid Heater:-

A wide range of options has spoiled us all! Choosing the most suitable equipment for the operation and narrowing down on the best prospect available is proving more complex than ever. Once you have decided that a Thermic Fluid Heating System is the best option for your operation’s heating needs, here are the five tips that will help you choose the best heater available aligned to your application.

TIP 1 – Measure the Efficiency

The Thermic Fluid Heaters take in fuel to serve their functioning. This fuel is used for combustion and generating energy necessary to heat the fluid; however, only a certain amount of this energy generated is transferred to the thermic fluid. The amount of utilized energy determines the efficiency of a heating system. Look for efficiency ratings and calculate the resultant fuel wastage accordingly.

TIP 2 – Pick the Right Size

A plant set-up accommodates various equipment. Every unit must abide by prescribed dimensional measures for the safe and smooth running of the industry. The heating system selected must be compact, adhering to the best functional dimensions that can save room for the future expansion of your plant’s production capacity. We design Thermic Fluid Heaters with customer-specific dimensions helping you get the best fit possible.

TIP 3 – Safety Standard is vital

Thermal Fluid Systems deal and operate at high temperatures; hence, it is of utmost necessity that the equipment heed to safety standards that protect personnel and other equipment. The blanket insulation’s thickness should abide by specific conditions of your process. Ensure that the outer surface of the fluid equipment is well insulated safe for any unintentional contact.

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TIP 4 – Look for Maintenance Support

Thermic Fluid Heaters require periodic maintenance as they are highly prone to disturbances. Ideally, a Thermal Fluid Heating System should give you 20 to 30 years of service, given its maintenance is duly performed. We offer continuous on-site assistance services led by industry experts that will ensure a long and trouble-free life for your fluid heater.

TIP 5 – Seek Fluid Recommendations

The thermal oil is exposed to high temperatures. Also, the thermal degradation of the heating fluid is quickest at its highest temperature. Hence a suitable thermal fluid based on the maximum film temperature to which the fluid is exposed must be chosen. Ask for the film temperature and to recommend the best thermic fluid accordingly. Our experienced engineers analyse and brainstorm the best options available, specific to the unit and application.

How does Precitech offer only the best?

We are leading heater manufacturers and offer thermal oil heating system designs with high efficiencies and the best builds. The equipment is available in various capacities, flexible to a wide range of industries. 

Precitech maintains and applies the strong experience acquired by working with various acclaimed industries for the past 25 years. Explore the wide range of Thermal Heaters available. 

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