Role of Electric Heaters In Chillers | Refrigeration Heater

    Heat plays an essential role in the chilling process. Accurate, reliable, and quick heating is relied on to provide efficient chiller performance. This has made electric heaters an ideal solution for chilling applications. How Chillers Work Refrigerants are the chemical compound in process chillers. The cooled refrigerants pass on their low temperatures causing the refrigeration, […]

    How Direct Contact Heaters Evolved to Outperform CFHWs in Power Plants

    Direct Contact Heaters (DCHs) have become more efficient than Closed Feedwater Heaters (CFHWs). CFHWs have been a mainstay in power plants for decades. Modern technological advances, however, have made DCHs the ideal solution for current and future power plant applications. A Shift in Performance Direct contact heaters are not new to the power generation industry. […]

    4 Common Causes & Solutions of Circulation Heater Fouling

    If you have noticed a decrease in the efficiency of your circulation heater, the most common culprit is fouling. Fouling is often accompanied by symptoms like pressure drops and inconsistent flow range. It can also cause temperatures to fall above or below the target range, using up more resources to heat or cool. The earlier […]

    How to Choose Tri-Clamps for Your Heater System

    Tri-clamp fittings are pipe connections with versatile uses. This type of connection compresses a gasket between two tri-clamp flanges closed a clamp for a sanitary seal. This makes a tight seal that prevents leaks and contamination, while also allowing for easy removal during disassembly or cleaning. When to Use Tri-Clamps The main use of tri-clamps […]

    Electric Heaters for Small Nuclear Reactors

    There’s a big future for small nuclear reactors. Although nuclear power has been an ideal power source for decades, globally, it has been underused. Less than 1% of nuclear heat is used in district and process heating.  Small nuclear reactors, using electric heaters, have the potential to turn this around. They provide effective and efficient […]

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