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Heating

Boiler

Boiler: A pressurized system in which water is vaporized to steam by heat transferred from a source of higher temperature. It consists of two principal parts: the furnace, which provides heat, usually by burning a fuel, and the boiler proper, a device in which the heat changes water into steam.

  • SPEC #: 15510
  • Code: 18-17-11

Clean Steam

Utilities, Clean Steam: An in-house generation/storage and distribution system found in laboratories and industrial facilities, ensuring the availability and delivery of compressed air upon demand, to specified locations and activities.

  • SPEC #: 18712
  • Code: 18-17-14

Condensate Receiver

Condensate Receiver: A holding vessel for steam that has condensed throughout the heat exchange process within a heating system. Receivers are part of a condensate pumping system and usually contain either a float switch or level control that starts a pump when the condensate level is high and stops it when low.

  • SPEC #: 15510
  • Code: 18-17-06

Electric Heaters

Electric Heaters. Used to heat a variety of materials, industrial electric heaters come in many sizes and configurations for purposes of comfort heating to immersion heating. Industrial heaters have myriad applications, from heating tanks filled with liquids and gases to warming warehouses and exposed areas. Industrial heaters heat everything from air and gases to oils and water.

  • SPEC #: 18703
  • Code: 18-17-03

Fired Heater

Fired Heater: Also known as a furnace, fired heaters provide heat for a process, or serve as reactors for the provision of heat. Their designs vary as to function, heating duty, type of fuel and method of introducing combustion air.

  • SPEC #: 15540
  • Code: 18-17-04

Hot Water System

Hot Water System: A system that uses a thermodynamic process that uses an energy source to heat water above its initial temperature. These systems are available in a number of sizes and powered from several fuel sources such as gas, solar or electricity

  • SPEC #: 15530
  • Code: 18-17-23

Process Ovens

Process Ovens. A type of furnace used for thermal processing. They are used in manufacturing plants and laboratories for curing, drying, sterilizing, aging, and other critical processing applications. Sizes vary depending on the type of thermal processing needed. These ovens can be small enough to mount on a bench or large enough to drive a truck into.

  • SPEC #: 18721