Heat Transfer System Auxiliary Equipment
Often parts of your process will require additional equipment to keep it running optimally. HEAT has solutions that can add cooling capabilities, supplement the flow of fluid across larger distances, control process flow, pressure, and temperature control to many users at once, and other accessory solutions to keep systems and fluid in their best shape or to help keep maintenance or equipment changeovers simple.
HEAT manufactures industrial-grade auxiliary equipment to supplement the operation and care of our heat transfer systems, maximizing their safe, reliable performance and the efficiency of your process for years to come. Auxiliary equipment can be customized to 4 different levels of our custom design process, all with a dedicated project manager. If you need help with installation, maintenance, or spare parts down the line, our dedicated Service and Aftermarket teams have your back.
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CLBS Bolt On Cooling Modules
The CLBS Pre-Engineered Bolt-On Cooling Module gives you the ability to quickly add cooling to your process. Compatible with HEAT's line of NFP and HOS Pre-Engineered Hot Oil Systems, these modules are designed to easily attach to existing systems.Learn More
Fill & Drain Systems
Custom Fill & Drain Systems offer Safe Reliable Performance in an industrial grade and made-to-order fluid management skid package. These custom Fill & Drain Systems provide a cost-efficient means of fluid management during start-up, shutdown, or maintenance activities. Typically located at the lowest point of the overall process, these systems make it easy to drain and refill large volumes of thermal fluid without the hassle of logistics coordination and can be sized for most systems or processes.Learn More
Flow Distribution Systems
Custom Flow Distribution Systems offer Safe Reliable Performance in an industrial grade and made-to-order flow management skid package. Improperly designed fluid distribution manifolds with inadequate flow can undermine the effectiveness of a heat transfer system or process. These flow conditions as a result of poor manifold design or operation can significantly affect the overall process performance and quality, leading to potentially reduced yields and overall throughput. Our experts can design proper flow distribution manifolds, helping your process run at full efficiency.Learn More
Inert Gas Blanketing Systems
Self-regulated Inert Gas Blanketing Systems are a great solution when a thermal fluid is operated at elevated temperatures or when an expansion tank is not at the highest point in the overall piping system. Placing an Inert Gas Blanketing System on an expansion or thermal absorption tank can improve the life of thermal fluid and also of the heat transfer equipment. Blanketed systems can significantly reduce the rates of thermal fluid oxidation and can improve the process performance through improved fluid condition.Learn More
Pump Seal Cooling Systems
A Pump Seal Cooling System eliminates the need for a separate supply of cooling water to high-temperature, water-cooled pumps. This package circulates a water/glycol mixture in a closed loop to the pump seal, removing up to 30,000 Btu/Hr with an air-to-liquid exchange. The Pump Seal Cooling System is installed with a safety interlock that will de-energize the heat transfer pump and heater if the coolant flow drops below 1/2 GPMLearn More
PS Custom Engineered Pumping Systems deliver the Safe Reliable Performance HEAT is known for in a packaged system that is precisely engineered to your process. Our engineering team will work with you to design a pumping system based on a specific and unique process or application. PS Pumping Systems typically include a Circulating Pump, Control Panel, and instrumentation necessary for a fully operational fluid pumping skid. Design capabilities for maximum operating temperatures up to 750°F.Learn More
Tanks & Vessels
Expansion Tanks and Vessels are critical parts of a heat transfer system. Properly designed and installed tanks can avoid many system complications, including low fluid level, fluid expansion, Net Positive Suction Head Required (NPSHr) on pumps, etc. Mounted without restriction at the highest part of a piping system, expansion tanks should remain uninsulated as the tanks should not be subjected to fluid at elevated temperatures. HEAT offers both Pre-Engineered and Custom Engineered Expansion Tank solutions.Learn More
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