Top 3 Things to Consider When Selecting Your Electrical Heat Tracing System
Top 3 Things to Consider When Selecting Your Electrical Heat Tracing System After weighing the various options, many aspects/factors can influence the selection of the most appropriate control/monitoring solution for each project and application. The most effective solutions are often a blend of various combined technologies to achieve a balance between total installed costs(TIC), long-term benefits associated with the entire heat management system and total operat... Read More
Ultimate Guide to Choosing the Best Ex Proof Junction Box for Your Business
Ultimate Guide to Choosing the Best Ex-Proof Junction Box for Your Business Going about selecting and narrowing down the best ex-proof junction box for your business can be a tedious and complicated process and we are here to help. There are no tell-tale signs that can possibly indicate the quality of an explosion proof junction box just by visually looking at it and it can be confusing for new buyers such as yourself, to recognise the best ex-proof ... Read More
Ex e VS Ex d Enclosures – What’s the difference?
What are explosion proof enclosures? Explosion proof enclosures are boxes that can be made of various materials, such as aluminium, stainless steel or sheet metal. The key purpose of these enclosures is to protect the surrounding environment outside the enclosure by having the ability to contain any sparks or explosions within the enclosure itself. The enclosure itself must also be heat resistant to high heat so that any fire does not escape the enclosure itse... Read More
What are the Applications of Electrical Heat Tracing?
What is Electrical Heat Tracing Electrical Heat Tracing is an engineered system designed to maintain or protect process piping, equipment, vessels, and instruments at defined temperatures and within specified design criteria. An electrical heat tracing system is much more than just the heating cable. A large majority of commercial electrical heat-tracing systems are of the resistive type and take the form of cables that are placed on pipes. When electric cu... Read More
What is Electrical Heat Tracing (nVent Raychem)?
What is Electrical Heat Tracing(EHT)? Electrical Heat Tracing is an engineered system designed to maintain or protect process piping, equipment, vessels, and instruments at defined temperatures and within the specified design criteria. Electric cables are used for trace heating and to maintain temperature of non-flowing fluids by replacing the heat lost through thermal insulation on pipes, vessels and associated equipment. A self-regulating polymer... Read More