Circulation Heaters

Zerostart Forced Flow Circulation Heater is thermostatically controlled.
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Zerostart Forced Flow Circulation Heater is thermostatically controlled.

Zerostart Forced Flow Circulation Heater comes with die cast aluminum housing, a nonmagnetic impeller, corrosion resistant steel brackets and 1.8 m cord. Product is rated to 2700W, 240V and can heat 18 L of coolant. Unit provides heat distribution throughout the engine that avoids coolant boiling and reduces stress on hoses. Circulation Heater is suitable for diesel or natural gaseous gensets.

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In-line Heater suits fluid heating applications.
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In-line Heater suits fluid heating applications.

Available in 250–4,000 W sizes, FLUENT™ In-Line Heater is designed as integrated solution that replaces multiple components and provides on-demand heating. Unit combines internal baffle to promote turbulent flow, high watt density layered heater circuit, low-profile axial lead exit, and internal thermocouple for high limit control. Powered by patented thermal spray technology, FLUENT makes...

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In-Line Heater reduces TPO in beer-bottling lines.
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In-Line Heater reduces TPO in beer-bottling lines.

Shown to reduce Total Package Oxygen in beer bottle from 70 ppm to 30 ppm, Gambrinus helps maximize shelf life while optimizing quality and flavor consistency. Stainless steel in-line heater injects very small and precise amount of filtered water into each beer bottle to induce correct foam characteristics and displace oxygen. Constructed using ASME-certified pressure vessel, Gambrinus employs...

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Inline Heaters
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Inline Heaters

Inline heaters (a.k.a. circulation heaters) are ideal for processing fluid, including hazardous liquids, that requires intermediate heating while maintaining a flow rate. Instead of stripping the heat from another source as it would for a heat exchanger, an inline heater simply transfers the heat generated from electrical power into the target fluid. Composition of inline heaters Inline heaters...

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Ten Important Questions to Ask Before Selecting a Sign Company
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Ten Important Questions to Ask Before Selecting a Sign Company

In our fast paced world, signs are a critical means of communicating ideas succinctly and quickly. The process for creating a striking, well thought-out sign to best represent a brand or an idea may seem straightforward, but it’s actually a very nuanced process. A high quality sign company will take into account various factors including the size and placement of the sign, materials, colors, contrasts, branding, image building, and more. How can you determine which sign companies will craft the perfect sign for your business? This white paper outlines 10 questions that should be asked when selecting a sign company, eliminating some of the guesswork from making the best choice for your branding and signage needs.

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Cast Aluminum Solutions ("CAS") releases the Cast-X 4000, its most powerful indirect circulation heater to date.

Batavia, IL -- Cast Aluminum Solutions (“CAS”) releases the Cast-X 4000, its most powerful indirect circulation heater to date. At just over 2 feet tall and 11.6 inches in diameter the Cast-X 4000 delivers 60 kilowatts of power in a very compact unit. The cast-in construction contains 422 inches of 1” diameter stainless steel tubing coiled around tubular heating elements and supports liquid...

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Fluid & Gas Flow Equipment

Chromalox Awarded ASME Section III "N" and "NPT" Accreditation

PITTSBURGH - Chromalox®, a leading manufacturer of electric heat and control products, has been awarded the ASME Section III N" certification for pressure-related components for designed equipment entering service in nuclear-designated areas and the "NPT" certification for component parts in nuclear-designated areas, such as pressurized heaters. This highly-valued certification demonstrates...

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OMEGA Introduces Low Flow Air Process and Liquid Circulation Heaters AHPF Series
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OMEGA Introduces Low Flow Air Process and Liquid Circulation Heaters AHPF Series

Omega's new AHPF series heaters are used to heat low flows of air, gas, water, or aqueous solutions with air/gas flow up to 15 CFM and air/gas out temperature up to 430 degrees Celsius (800 degrees Fahrenheit). This 316 Stainless Steel constructed heater can handle pressures up to 100 PSI and 50 watts per square inch. Applications include those where clean air is necessary, as in laboratories,...

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Circulation Heater features non-welded construction.
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Circulation Heater features non-welded construction.

Providing indirect heating, CAST-X 3000 consists of 2 helical coiled tubes and tubular elements cast into aluminum body, which serves as heat transfer media between tubular element and heavy-wall 316L process tubes. Fluid path is independent of heater sheath, preventing fluid contamination. Integrated thermostat housing allows heater to run dry, while dual tube construction allows water flow...

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Immersion Heaters help standardize global requirements.

Featuring triangular element pattern and one design that meets all major global certifications, ANSI Flange and Circulation Heaters mount in pipes or vessels to heat liquids and gasses in various process industries. Bussing and Octobox housing are designed to achieve optimal heat distribution and fluid flow, and vertical bussing facilitates installation. Housing works with NPT as well as Gland...

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Gorbel Introduces New Mobile Fall Protection Unit
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Gorbel Introduces New Mobile Fall Protection Unit

Providing adequate fall protection is always a critical consideration and one that in many cases can be difficult to ensure. The new Mobile Fall Protection Unit is designed to facilitate positive fall protection in applications that would typically be difficult or impossible to provide with standard methods. To learn all about the advantages and convenience, see our video.

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