In many industrial processes, the temperature of liquids and gasses is carefully monitored and controlled. As these substances flow through equipment or get used in various chemical processes, they need to be at the perfect temperature to ensure the production line they are used in functions at peak efficiency.
To keep liquids and gasses at the perfect temperature, many facilities make use of circulation heaters. These specially designed assembly line components connect directly into the lines through which fluid flows.
They apply controlled heat to those fluids to keep them at an ideal temperature. These devices must be perfectly controlled to ensure they don’t overheat fluids, causing production delays.
Technicians servicing these machines need to make sure they are in perfect working order. If the machines include insulation, the insulation is typically contained and shouldn’t be visible or damaged in any way.
If your production line struggles at certain times of the year due to the temperature of your facility, a circulation heater may be the solution you need. Even if you don’t have a process that typically requires a circulation heater, these devices can be used to heat fuel gas or clean water, so you may be able to use them to your advantage.