- 10000 INR
- Liquid for preventing freezing and reducing viscosity.
- An anti-condensation powder to prevent clogging, condensation on walls of the equipment.
- Gas that prevents hydration due to drops in pressure across pipework fittings such as valves.
- Heat tracing cables
- Junction Boxes for power/ end/splice/TEE
- Mounting stands and hardware
- Termination Kits
- Temperature sensors (RTD/Thermostat)
- Adhesive tapes
- Control/Distribution panel
- Transformer (optional)
- Power and control cables
- Earthing material
- Cable trays
- Glands and shrouds
- Self regulating heat tracer
- Parallel Constant wattage heat tracer
- Series Long line heating cable
- Skin effect heat tracing system
- Tubing bundle
- Series constant wattage heat tracer
- Mineral insulated (MI) constant wattage heating cable
- Power limiting heating cables
MOC: LM6, SS304, CRCA, FRP. Protection class IP65
Mounting stands and hardware are available for junction boxes, field junction boxes, and temperature sensors. A custom mounting stand can also be provided for distribution panels. MOC: MS powder coated or SS304, as per site requirement
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Electrical heat tracing: What is it?
Ans - An electrical system called a heat trace system is used to keep pipes and vessels at a certain temperature or increase it. By using a resistive element that is run alongside the piping or vessel, electric heating is accomplished.
2. Why is electrical tracing effective?
Ans - In order to achieve uniform heating along pipes, electric heat tracing uses cable that is intended to offer constant watts per unit of length. To guide the heat output toward the fluid inside, insulation is placed to all sides of the pipe but the pipe's orientation.
3. What is temperature control via electrical heat tracing?
Ans - The technique of checking and maintaining the temperature on tanks, pipes, valves, instrument panels, and other objects is known as electrical heat tracing. There is a lot more to an electrical heat tracing system than just the heating line. From design to installation, commissioning, and testing, Supermec offers a full system.
4. How much energy is required for electrical heat tracing?
Ans - Heat tape uses nine (9) watts on average per lineal foot.
- 10 Per Month
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