Under certain airflow conditions, PTC (positive temperature coefficient) heating solutions may fail as a result of cracking, bursting, or even burning.
Offering simple troubleshooting solutions, low maintenance, and highly efficient heat transfer, Positive Temperature Coefficient (PTC) heaters — specialized resistors that vary resistance in accordance with their temperature — offer versatile, easy-to-use solutions for a range of industries.
As part of our continual effort to expand our offerings and meet the needs of a diverse range of clients, Pelonis Technologies, Inc. (PTI) is proud to introduce our latest development: ultra-thin flexible heaters. These versatile heating components offer superior thermal properties and can meet specifications for a wide variety of industries and applications.
Topics: heating systems
The industrial heating of air and water can be expensive. But you can effectively heat both air and water for industrial applications without breaking the bank. In fact, energy experts at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) found that it is possible to save millions of dollars in industrial settings, such as energy-intensive manufacturing plants, simply by improving the energy efficiency of steam or process heating systems. To save money on the industrial heating of air and water, be sure to keep the following in mind.
Use proper furnace insulation techniques. Simply by properly insulating furnaces, a major industrial plant can potentially save 1 million MMBtu of natural gas per year, according to energy-efficiency specialists in the DOE Industrial Technologies Program (ITP). That translates into a monetary savings of close to $12 million annually, as well as annual carbon dioxide savings of 124,000 metric tons. Proper insulation of the furnace also prolongs operating life. How can you ensure that your furnace is properly insulated?
When customers choose to undertake custom heating or cooling projects, they may not always make as many considerations as industry professionals.
Industrial heating has advanced to meet the increasing demands of modern applications. As the technology continues to progress, several factors must be considered to ensure ideal results.
Problem-free operation of heating and cooling systems begins well before consumers even switch on their machines.
During the spec phase, designers of these systems must factor in several considerations while asking themselves pertinent questions. Here are three such questions accompanied by some helpful answers.
Industrial heating and cooling systems can succumb to various issues during their life cycles. If any complications in your system are left unattended, it could result in higher utility costs, damaged parts and equipment, or exposure to hazardous air quality. In many cases, these issues can be avoided by utilizing preventative maintenance techniques.
So, you think you know everything there is to know about heating systems? Not so fast. There are plenty of unexpected types and uses of heating systems. Here are some that you might not have thought of.
1. Heated Turf
Several companies specialize in creating heating systems for outdoor sports fields, such as soccer pitches and football playing fields. Heating Solutions International (HSI), a partner of the European Turf Group, recently built four heated turf soccer pitches in Norway that radiate up to 300 kilowatts to enable play on fields that otherwise would be covered in frost or snow.
It can be difficult to find the right heating technology for your needs. Most industrial and commercial customers demand an innovative combination of efficiency and safety in their heaters.
At Pelonis, we find that the perfect solution is PTC heating. PTC (Positive Temperature Coefficient) is a unique technology that eschews traditional resistance wire and replaces it with ceramic stones or chips.
This simple switch in materials is what makes PTC electric heaters superior to traditional coil electric heaters. In this blog, we will cover what we believe to be the top three benefits of modern PTC heating technology.