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SIDE STREAM FILTRATION SYSTEM FOR SYNTHETIC THERMIC FLUID

 

SIDE STREAM FILTRATION SYSTEM FOR SYNTHETIC THERMIC FLUID

Hot Thermic Fluid Filter in side stream operation:

 

HEATRAN ENGINEERS provides filtration systems that are extremely efficient for cleaning and maintaining the efficiency of heat transfer fluids or thermal hot oils. HEATRAN systems are for in-line side stream / in-system filtration. Our in house design of filter housings and SS Filter elements (Grade 304 stainless steel possesses “good oxidation resistance in intermittent service to 870 °C and in continuous service to 925 °C”) suitable for the system fluid is proprietary and offers great flexibility and durability with re-usable filter elements to minimize the recurring expense on other type of elements and to enhance optimum cleaning of the Thermic fluid at elevated temperatures, since they can withstand system temperatures of up to 399°C. These elements have excellent dirt-holding capacity, are economical and reusable. HEATRAN housing design allow the self-cleaning capability.

HEATRAN offers complete mechanically cleaned, skid mounted unit ready to install side stream filtration system, re-circulate a portion of the fluid through the filter unit and discharge the clean fluid in down-stream into the main piping at a pressure higher than the system. More information, please contact our sales office.

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