The pipe for the Thermal Oil Heater is in the form of a spiral, with the aim that the pipe surface affected by the heat of the fire from the burner in the heate
r more. nature of the pipe that is rolled and closed will form a kind of wave because the pipe surface, so it can withstand hot air from the burner fire. So that oil in the heated pipe will be faster and hot air will not be wasted because of the waves. This wave captures the fire continuously as long as the fire / hot air passes through it.
The heater pipe coil is made of 2 layers with a specific gap in each layer, and the inner layer is made with a more tenuous design so that the hot air gap enters the outer layer, so that it can enter into the reverse fire 3. Basically, the design of the TOH is made like a steam boiler , because in principle so that many surfaces that can be exposed to fire / hot gas from the burner. So that the design of the flow flow gas fire into 3 passes. If it’s less than that, then a lot of energy / calories are wasted, making wasteful fuel.For external design, there is no specific form that is a significant consideration, only based on the convenience of operation. For example the position of the control panel tends to be simple attached to the body oil heater, but some are stored in a separate support frame so as to avoid the heat of the oil heater body. For collecting tanks, the placement is more regulated higher by considering the specific gravity at the surface boundary.
PT Indira Mitra Boiler – Specialist Expert in Project Boiler Marine Heater ,Marine boilers used in ships today are mostly for auxiliary purposes in vessels that run on marine diesel engines or diesel electric propulsion. In case of ships using steam turbines (mostly found in high speed vessels used by navies), boilers are a part of the main propulsion system. However, in this article, we will focus on auxiliary boilers, boilers used for running auxiliary systems in a ship.