process heater

process heater

[′prä‚səs ‚hēd·ər]
(chemical engineering)
Equipment for the heating of chemical process streams (gases, liquids, or solids); usually refers to furnaces, in contrast to heat exchangers.
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As part of Honeywell UOP, Callidus Technologies provides total solutions for process heater burners, flares, flare gas recovery systems, thermal oxidizers and selective catalytic reduction units.
A process heater is an enclosed device that uses a controlled flame to heat raw or intermediate materials during an industrial process.
Options include process heater burnout indicator, redundant process air safety, and a choice of voltage selections.
The upgraded solution improves refinery modeling by adding a fired heater model that simulates a direct-fired process heater.
At Curwood's Swansea facility, the process of pre-conditioning is performed using a process heater and airknife kit using low-pressure airknives from Secomak, which allows a more environmentally-friendly solution to be employed.
Cracking: The used oil is now passed to the cracking section which consists of a fired process heater and a thermal cracking section.
It is both the vehicle that provides the low dew point air for drying of the resin and it carries the heat from the process heater to the resin.
In addition, the tune-up requirements also apply to any solid or liquid fired boiler or process heater having a heat input capacity of less than 10 MMBtu/hr in addition to all new and existing metal process furnaces.
Bry-Air Systems, Sunbury, Ohio, has recently introduced the Model GPH process heater.
For smaller dryers, the process heater is usually in the dryer when the hopper is very nearby.
not all nylon 66's are the same) Also, are all of the elements in the process heater working?
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