Vertical gas fired thermal oil heater

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The Vertical gas fired Thermal Oil Heater is the perfect answer to the ever changing energy I fuel situation. The vertical design offers compactness, multi-fuel flexibility, and is ideal for heating applications in textile, plywood, chemicals, food, edible oil, rubber, leather and all other industries requiring indirect heating. Thermax, pioneers in thermic fluid heating in India, leverages over four decades of extensive R & D experience and pioneering track record in the combustion of over 100 different kinds of solid fuels.

Vertical gas fired thermal oil heater
Vertical gas fired thermal oil heater

Vertical gas fired thermal oil heater Options available:

  • Operating temperature – 300°C
  • Combination fuel firing
  • Saw dust, bagasse, lignite and petcoke firing
  • Screw and rotary feeder
  • Capacities up to 4 million kCal/ hr
  • Complete boiler house and accessories on turnkey basis
  • Separate desecrator and expansion tanks with multiple units

Vertical gas fired thermal oil heater Controls and safeties:

  • Low thermic fluid flow cut-off
  • High thermic fluid outlet temperature cut-off
  • Precise thermic fluid temperature control
  • Low level cut-off in desecrator tank
  • High stack temperature cut-off
  • Safety valve for protection against high pressure
n : September 2009. By K.K.Parthiban, Boiler Specialist, Venus Energy Audit System 30/2 S.V.V Naidu Street, Pollachi -642001 ...

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