TANK HEATING

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TANK HEATING SYSTEM

  • Maximizes the heat input of a carbon or stainless steel internal heating coils

 

  • Fully removable and replaceable

 

  • Bolt-on heating fin that attaches to any size pipe

 

  • Highly conductive aluminum material increases the heating surface area by 1,000%

 

  • Specifically designed for high-viscosity fluids such as Asphalt, Bitumen and Coker Feeds

 

  • Allows for easy removal and reinstallation of fins if the product cokes on the fins

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STANDARD COIL BANK

  • Internal heating coil options including bare pipe coils and spiral welded finned tube coils

 

  • Standard coil bank configurations for one-pick installation are available

 

  • Can be sized and designed to meet specific project needs

 

  • Can be designed using several heating media including steam, hot oil, water or explosion-proof catalyst

 

  • Can also be designed to fit into existing tank manway openings or into any specialty tank or qcB vessel

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FLUID TRACING SYSTEM

  • Maximizes the heat input of a regular stainless steel or copper tube tracer

 

  • Offers consistent results

 

  • Transforms the nature of a steam tracer from ineffective convective heat transfer to highly efficient conductive heat transfer

 

  • Heating surface area is increased to as much as 2 inches using highly conductive aluminum

 

  • Significantly reduces the number of tracing passes required

 

  • Offers much greater contact for more consistent tank heating results

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CARBON STEEL TRACING

  • 1” x 2” rectangular tube contoured on one side to match the outside diameter of the process pipe

 

  • Specifically designed for long-run hot oil tracing

 

  • Can be pre-fabricated from customer drawings or can be provided as parts and pieces to be fabricated in the field

 

  • Formed from SA 178 Gr. A, carbon steel boiler tubing

 

  • Fabricated and tested in accordance with ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, Section VIII, Div. 1 or Section IX