Enerquip specializes in the design and fabrication of high-quality thermal fluid heaters and heating systems. Here you’ll find everything you need to know about Enerquip’s Serpentine Coil Thermal Fluid Heaters. From industrial applications to low NOx options, we’ve got you covered.
Enerquip’s Serpentine Coil Thermal Fluid Heaters Offer Unmatched Efficiency
Hot oil heaters that feature serpentine coils offer a number of advantages over conventional hot oil heaters, including higher efficiency, low level of fluid degradation, higher operating temperatures, long tube life, and easy maintenance.
Applications of an Enerquip Serpentine Coil Thermal Fluid Heater
Enerquip’s Thermal Fluid Heaters can be used in a variety of applications and industries including asphalt, refining, and tank terminal. In addition, they can be paired with other Enerquip equipment for maximum efficiency, including a steam generator, economizer, tank heating coils, and more.
Serpentine vs. Helical Coil Industrial Heaters
Thermal Fluid Heaters from Enerquip can be built with a traditional helical coil for smaller operations, or with our high-efficiency serpentine coil. In a serpentine coil heater, heat is transferred to the front, sides and back of the serpentine coil, vs through the middle in a traditional helical coil. The serpentine coil allows more even heat distribution, less coil degradation, longer tube life, and higher operating oil temperatures.
How a Waste Heat Economizer Enhances the Efficiency of an Enerquip Industrial Heater
The Enerquip serpentine coil heater has become synonymous with fuel efficiency. Each thermal fluid heater has a finned tube economizer section that is a standard design feature. Efficiencies of up to 90% L.H.V. can be achieved with these heaters without the use of air preheat.
Factors to Consider When Sizing Thermal Fluid Heaters
Low NOx Serpentine Coil Thermal Fluid Heaters from Enerquip
Enerquip Thermal Fluid Heaters are a Complete System
When you purchase a thermal fluid heater from Enerquip, you’re not buying just a piece of equipment, but a complete operating system. The system includes the burner, pump, burner chamber, expansion tank, control panel, exhaust stack, etc. Everything you need to get to work.