heating medium

heating medium

Any solid or fluid (such as water, steam, air, or flue gas) which is used to convey heat from a heat source (such as a boiler furnace), either directly or through a suitable heating device, to a substance or space being heated.
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11 Nominal Flow Rate In The Heating Medium Circuit 1,34 L/sec
Hot oil or hot water can also be used as the heating medium.
The merits of IR heating include no need for a heating medium, high heat delivery rate, reduced use of water and chemicals, improved energy and processing efficiency, reduced equipment footprint, and increased productivity while at the same time delivering safe, high-quality processed foods.
Each tank will be equipped with an in-tank pump to circulate and transfer LNG, at a temperature of -261[degrees]F, to the vaporization facilities located on the deck of the SRV The vaporization system will have a closed-loop cycle using glycol/water brine as the recirculating heating medium.
Daisy & Co had been using dedicated circular chart recorders for decades to trace and record the process data such as hot and cold product temperatures and the heating medium temperature.
As can be seen from literature, same papers deal with batch reactors using for control heating medium in the reactor jacket as a manipulating value.
As the product cooks, the temperature differential between the product and the heating medium declines--thus the rate of cooking slows.
This heating time varies widely depending on several factors: wood specific gravity (SG), moisture content (MC), cross-sectional dimensions and configuration, heating temperature, initial temperature, target center kill temperature, heating medium (wet or dry heat), and stacking method.
The pressure chamber, designed and tested in accordance with ASME Code, is fabricated with the requested inlet and outlet connection to transfer the heating medium (water, steam, hot oil, hot oil vapor or glycol/water).
Flo-Direct utilizes gas as the heating medium and is designed for applications such as food processing, laundries and power generation.
The vortex of swirling air ensures that the beans float upwards on the heating medium as they roast, [helping to prevent] any burning or over-roasting.