13 Mar 2020

Oil Heater Manufacturing

Oil Heater Manufacturing

In every Oil Heater manufacturing unit, many things need to be considered in order to produce the best product, so we must look at the consideration of optimization factors in terms of quality, design, performance and most importantly is the safety factor. To achieve this optimization, there are at least 7 important things at the manufacturing stage of the Thermal Oil heater, including;
  • Determine the Material / Material
  • Design of Thermal Oil Heater
  • Welding
  • Non Destructive Test
  • Installation of supporting instruments
  • Painting and Isolation
  • Electrical Application
  • Installation

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Determine the Material / Material

Basically, material selection must be adjusted to the condition of the unit to be made. In this case the Thermal oil heater is a heater with oil media so the material used must be based on certain considerations, such as heat resistance at degrees of heat according to the caloric performance capacity of the heater. Thickness must be adjusted. The heat pipe doesn’t need to be too thick and it can’t be too thin. If it is thick, then heating will be hampered at the first achievement, but its thick iron pipe will also store calories long enough if the burner is turned off more even though it is not too significant. Especially in terms of construction costs, it will only cost more.

Pipes that are very safe to use are pipes that are heat-resistant and pressure-resistant, because they are more resistant to expansion and pressure, although they tend to be thinner, because they are designed to withstand pressure heat. This type of pipe tends to be more expensive, according to its durability and durability. In addition to the conduit in the form of a coil, the selection of the thickness of the body plate also just needs to be adjusted, because it only receives hot air from a burst of burner fire, and only the hot air contact returns to 3 of the 3 passes of the Thermal Oil Heater design.

In addition to the pipe and plate body, the most dominant part of the thermal oil body is fire cement, this is a special cement to be able to withstand heat at high temperatures. Casting is done on the Thermal Oil Heater which is designed horizontally, and fire cement is used on the ends of the body at the back and front of the inside-especially the back. Cement fire functions as a protector of bursts of fire / hot air directly from the burner. However the iron will not stand if directly hit by a direct fire straight, what will happen is the iron will melt and / destroyed.