February 2013

Trends and Resources

New Developments

Stationary heat-transfer fluid systems are now available up to 700°F (371°C)The HTF ST Series of stationary heat-transfer fluid systems, up to 600 kW, is now available up to 700°F (371&..

Meche, Helen, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Stationary heat-transfer fluid systems are now available up to 700°F (371°C) The HTF ST Series of stationary heat-transfer fluid systems, up to 600 kW, is now available up to 700°F (371°C). These systems are said to offer superior, energy-efficient performance for applications requiring higher heating capacities, and to provide numerous advantages over comparable systems that use steam. Benefits include cost savings, lower operating pressures, reduced energy consumption and safer operation. Designed and built to customer specifications, the HTF ST Series features low-watt-density electric heating mounted on a structural steel frame. The product line is completely pre-wi

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