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Case Studies

Air Handling Manufacturer

Air Handling Manufacturer

A U.S. based, global leader of air conditioning systems had limited options for electric heat compared to their competition, resulting in loss of market share. After several costly, time consuming and ultimately failed attempts to expand their offering with their existing supplier of electric heat, they reached out to Indeeco.

Reverse Osmosis: Water Preheat

Reverse Osmosis: Water Preheat

In 2015, Burns and McDonnell contracted with Indeeco to build two process heating systems to be installed in large energy plants located in the US. The heating systems were installed at the supply stream of service water to the Reverse Osmosis equipment, which would enable continuous full capacity of demineralized water production during colder ambient conditions.

Why the Circulation Heater Design You Specify Matters

Why the Circulation Heater Design You Specify Matters

Electric circulation heaters offer an efficient, economical means of heating water, oil, air or other liquids and gases. Careful planning and attention to heating requirements are essential to ensure that the heater you select will provide optimal performance for your application and offer years of trouble-free operation.

Switchgear Heating Solutions

Switchgear Heating Solutions

A leading global manufacturer of switchgear enclosures and equipment was having issues with condensation inside their enclosures, and they needed a solution to resolve the issue and protect the electrical components from “shorting out”.

Gas Turbine Superheated System

Gas Turbine Superheated System

A natural gas fueled turbine for electric power generation requires the natural gas to be free of liquids. The gas must be superheated a minimum of 50ºF to ensure that it is 100% free of liquids. This process is often called last chance filtering. Electric circulation heaters can be used to provide the necessary heat to this process.

10 Tips for Selecting Process Air Heaters

10 Tips for Selecting Process Air Heaters

There are 10 major factors one should consider when deciding between open coil, finned tubular and tubular heater construction types for process heaters. Within these ten factors, the first four are key.

Power Plant Emissions Control

Power Plant Emissions Control

A coal fired electric generating station required a system for the removal of mercury, sulfur and particulate emissions from flue gases. The removal process requires makeup water to be maintained at a minimum of 65ºF to ensure proper slaking of anhydrous lime to produce slurry for a flue gas desulphurization process.

Above Ground Storage Tank

Above Ground Storage Tank

Above ground Storage Tanks are usually installed outdoors which can lead to problems when the product viscosity is affected by colder temperatures.  The solution is to add a heater to warm the product and maintain a free flowing viscosity.

High Pressure and Temperature Nitrogen Heating

High Pressure and Temperature Nitrogen Heating

A rocket launching facility in Southern California required a nitrogen heating system as part of their pre‐launch procedure.  The system required circulation heaters that could handle high pressure and temperature nitrogen.  The heaters and control panels needed to be rated for outdoor use and be suitable for use in a Class 1, Division 1, Groups B,C,D hazardous area. 

Electric Radient Panel Heating

Electric Radient Panel Heating

A school districts decision to use Indeeco Electric Radiant Heating was driven by its physiology to provide the best environment for its students to learn it.

Electric Unit Heaters for Hazardous Areas

Electric Unit Heaters for Hazardous Areas

We may not always be aware of the potential for fire or explosion in areas which we occupy on regular bases. We can easily identify the potential hazards of gasoline and solvents but flour, corn starch, powdered sugar, wood and coal dusts can be just as hazardous. So when a vocational school in Southern California needed to provide heating to their workshop classrooms they chose INDEECO Series-233 explosion-proof unit heaters.

Adding Heat to an Unheated Enclosure

Adding Heat to an Unheated Enclosure

Electrical anels had been installed in climates that saw temperatures well below 10°F for extended periods of time which was below the minimum operating temperature of the VFD. Since the panels were already in the field, the manufacturer wanted to find a solution that wouldn’t require the transformer to be increased. In addition, their panels were designed for different voltages, so the solution needed to accommodate this.

Heating a Sports Stadium

Heating a Sports Stadium

At a new major league baseball stadium in Washington, DC, after careful consideration the decision was to use Indeeco electric heaters not only for permanent heating but also for temporary heat during construction.

Theories of Radiant Panel Heating

Theories of Radiant Panel Heating

All heat sources produce radiant energy. Radiant energy is transmitted through air in the form of electromagnetic waves.  Unlike forced air heating systems that depend on heating the air, radiant energy does not require forced air to heat a space.  Radiant energy travels in straight lines from the source and when electromagnetic waves come in contact with a solid body the energy is absorbed and converted into heat at the surface.

Advanced Temperature Control Systems

Advanced Temperature Control Systems

SmartRooms™ Thermal Comfort System technology is specifically designed to control radiant heating to provide maximum comfort and energy-efficient operation.

Optimizing the Electric Duct Heater

Optimizing the Electric Duct Heater

If your looking to design the best duct heater, Indeeco offer 5 quick tips to optimize the design and offer a more competitive heater.

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