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Hot Oil Heater Boiler

Hot Oil Heater Boiler

Hot Oil Heater Boiler (Thermal oil heater)

Extra wide combustion chamber surface to avoid flames that can damage the surface of the coil. Does not require a water treatment plant and does not require chemical dosing pump in operation, making it more efficient in operation. The use of mineral oil as a transfer medium does not cause dirt deposits, scaling, is not corrosive and stable at operating temperatures.

Indira Thermal is assembled from a series of imported component materials that are known to be reliable and very high quality. Each component already has a representative in Jakarta and is easily available in the market so there is no concern about the spare parts. Each manufacturing process is carried out according to strict standard procedures and Quality Control, thus making IndiraThermal a robust and reliable Oil heater.

Perfect handling and supported by good service and supported by professional technicians is a guarantee of the quality of this product. Free of import procedures, the delivery schedule can be adjusted to the needs of the customer with an integrated production process system. Guaranteed after sales, free commissioning and start up
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Construction of Indira Thermal Badan Indira thermal is the core of oil heater. The inner part is made a multi helical coil system and at the end of the coil is put together in two headers as the hot oil inlet and outlet. IndiraThermal coil construction is made using international standard boiler pipes which are rolled with mechine bending pipes without using heating so as not to damage the chemical structure composition of the pipe material. On the outside of the IndiraThermal body in isolation using rockwool to increase efficiency and coated with aluminum foil as a wall on the outside. IndiraThermal is equipped with a control panel that is useful for facilitating operators to operate IndiraThermal.

Expantion Tank Expantion Tank Expantion Tank is a combination of Deaerator tanks, buffer tanks and Expantion tanks. With a unique combination of these three tanks, the top layer of oil associated with the air will always be cooler so that the chance of oil oxidation is greatly reduced. Expantion tanks function to accommodate the expansion of heating fluid, remove the air that is confined in the installation and prevent capitation in the circulation pump.

   Circulation Pump Circulation pump serves to drain heating fluid in the installation. according to the size and pump capacity adjusted to the Indira thermal design. Pump capacity determines the shape of the flow of heating fluid inside the coil. The flow in the Indirat hermal must be turbolent, this is useful to avoid damage to heating fluid and coil in the body of Indirat hermal. The circulation pump can operate up to a max temperature of 350 oC. Control Panel The control panel is the controlling center of IndiraThermal. In this panel there are several switches and lights to operate the burner and circulation pump automatically. In the control panel there are also instruments and indicators that function to regulate, set points to monitor and control Indirat hermal. Panel control in IndiraThermal.
 
Safety Device Digital temperature controls, low controls switches, Automatic burner controls Chimney temperature control, Pressure gauge, Pilot lamp indicator, Alarm How it works IndiraThermal All installations must be filled with heating fluid to the control level of the expantion tank. to the Indirat hermal body then process and return to the expantion tank. After the circulation flow of heating fluid is stable, the burner will light up and burn the coil inside the Indirat hermal body so that the heating liquid becomes hot and the heat is flowed to the process. the burner will automatically turn off and will turn on again after the temperature drops.

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