HIGH-TEMPERATURE HEATERS


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HIGH-TEMPERATURE HEATERS
10104011011108HIGH-TEMPERATURE HEATERSOver the years, high-temperature radiant heaters have been used in many industrial applications and, to a lesser extent, in commercial and space heating. These heaters take on various shapes ranging from flat surfaces to tubes to cylindrical surfaces. A hydrocarbon fuel or electricity via resistive elements can heat these heaters. The definition of a high-temperature heater is one whose surface is greater than 300°F, but they may range up to as high as 1800°F. Due to the high temperature of these heaters, safety dictates location and distance from comb…
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Richard D. Watson: Radiant Heating and Cooling Handbook. HIGH-TEMPERATURE HEATERS, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2002), AccessEngineering Export