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Why is Mineral Oil Used in Thermal Heaters?
Thermal heaters, also known as thermal fluid heaters, employ the use of a thermal liquid such as wat...
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What to Use When Heating Wax
Situation A popular chemical compound that often requires heating is wax, which is an organic compou...
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What is Passivation? Why do We Need to Passivate Flanged Heaters?
  Most of the parts of flanged heaters are made of stainless steel—an alloy that is mainl...
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What is a Digital Controller?
Control panels are essential elements of any electrical device. Control panels are especially i...
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Vegetable Oil Heating
Food Industries and Vegetable Oil Viscosity In Cleveland Ohio, a large food manufacturer called WATT...
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When should we use Inline Heaters?
Inline heaters (generally referred to as circulation heaters) consist of a flanged immersion heater ...
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Offshore Drilling Heaters
The tank heater is predominantly used in the oil and gas industries in places like Louisiana or Miss...
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Industrial Heaters in the Pulp and Paper Industry
Industrial Heaters, or Process Heaters, as they are commonly referred to, are used to make a wide va...
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What is a Screw Plug Heater?
A screw plug heater is a subcategory of immersion heaters, which typically requires small space to o...
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How Electric Heating Elements Work with Transfer Fluids
Electric heating is defined as the process of turning electrical energy into heat. This process happ...
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