Industrial electric heater insulation
In addition to regulating the air-to-fuel ratio in order to realize greater energy savings, there are a few other tasks that can be done to reduce industrial heating costs. For example, installing insulation on the fittings, valves and steam condensate and distribution lines of an industrial electric heater element as well as installing an automated blowdown control can reduce steam demand and save energy.
For even greater efficiency, start up company wide programs to mitigate steam leaks, install infrared heater (industrial size) units in warehouses and store rooms, and regularly inspect and maintain steam traps.
With an infrared heater, industrial settings such as warehouses, plant production areas and storage rooms can remain at a stable temperature. They work by first heating objects – floors, people, equipment and machines, for example – and then using heat transfer to heat the ambient air. The heat created by these units is radiated from the floor up and is more evenly and cost-effectively distributed within a desired area. An industrial thermostat equipped with an air temperature sensor is used to monitor and regulate a set point temperature for the ultimate comfort and control.
No industrial electric heater, no matter how well crafted and installed, can operate at maximum effectiveness in a large industry setting without the controls. That is why WATTCO™ heaters use highly sophisticated components such as the industrial mechanical thermostat. WATTCO™ the best in one-stop shopping for all your heating needs.