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Dew-Point Line Heater

The temperature at which air becomes saturated with moisture is referred to as dew point. This means that in a saturated state the air is holding the maximum amount of moisture possible at its current temperature. Dewpoint heating increases the established temperature above the dew point to remove excess moisture content.

Dewpoint heating is a crucial component of fuel gas heating for gas turbines and power generation. Fuel gas often contains moisture and contaminants; therefore, dewpoint heating must be utilized as part of the fuel gas conditioning system to deliver clean gas (fuel) to turbines. Typical fuel gas conditioning systems include a fuel gas heater (also known as a dew point heater, or natural gas heater), pressure regulators, and coalescing filters.
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Thermal Fluid Heater

Thermal fluid heating is a type of indirect heating in which a liquid phase heat transfer medium is heated and circulated to one or more heat energy users within a closed-loop system. Thermal oil, glycol, and water are common heat transfer mediums for these systems.

Helical coil heaters are extremely versatile and provide peak performance in a variety of applications. While they’re primarily designed to heat thermal oil, they can be used to directly heat fluids such as oil, asphalt, water, and blended fuels.

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