The thermic fluid heater working involves the circulation of a thermal fluid through a closed-loop system to transfer heat to a process. The thermal fluid is heated in a fired heater, which typically uses a burner or other heat source to generate heat. The thermal fluid is then circulated through a network of pipes or tubes to transfer heat to a variety of industrial processes.
The detailed thermic fluid heater process includes the thermal fluid, which is typically a synthetic or mineral oil, has a high boiling point and a low vapour pressure, which makes it an ideal heat transfer medium. As the fluid circulates through the system, it transfers heat to the equipment or process it is designed to heat, such as heat exchangers or reactors. The temperature of the thermal fluid is carefully controlled using a temperature controller, which ensures that the fluid remains within a specified temperature range.
|Fuel Type||Diesel, Gas|
|Industry||Heating Systems, Mining|