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These new capabilities for our electric heat transfer systems exceed the ranges and features available from all other competitors in the industry," says Mark Wheeler, Director, Global Product Manager of Systems and Service for Chromalox.
In the paper, Dr Chris Wright, head of R&D at Global Heat Transfer describes best practice for maintenance and the health warnings that can help diagnose problems with heat transfer systems and thermal fluids.
The project aims to develop the qualifications and competence of employees of Heat Transfer Systems Ltd.
Particularly for systems operating above 250[degrees]C or 500[degrees]F--typical of chemical, polymer, synthetic fiber and other processing applications--thermal stability is essential to ensure that the heat transfer system will perform reliably and fluid service life will not be compromised.
The Isobar technology-based runnerless and heat transfer systems are also said to eliminate scrap.
The JP8 fuel processor uses an advanced sulfur tolerant catalyst, novel JP8 burner and radiant heat transfer system to convert JP8 military logistics fuel into hydrogen and other SOFC fuel gases.
Maintenance products include Leakmaster negative-pressure systems that eliminate processing problems associated with leaks; D-Scaler systems, which remove rust, scale and/or lime deposits; and ClearFlo heat-transfer fluid and water-filtration systems, which improve efficiency of heat transfer system and reduce downtime and maintenance labor.
A new generation of hot air sealers from Fischbein-Saxon is said to combine the latest in PID temperature-control technology, an innovative direct-drive system, improved airflow design, with a high efficiency heat transfer system.