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Instantaneous Steam, Hot Oil or Electric Process Water Heating Skid Package

Saturday, 07 October 2017
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Thermal Products was approached by a regional Paper Mill to design a Semi Instantaneous Process Water Heater utilizing excess steam to trim heat process water for a new product line which required a slightly higher water temperature than what existed already.

Thermal Products designed a skid package that included the following equipment:

  • Skid Assembly  
  • U-Tube Heat Exchanger ASME Code Stamped, Model TPI-06-048-2P to heat 62 GPM water from 35.5F to 68F using 50 psi steam 
  • 3" Steam Valve
  • 1-1/2" Steam Trap
  • 3" 150# Y-Strainer
  • Check Valve
  • 150# Class Butterfly Valves
  • High Temperature Limit Aquastat
  • Temperature Relief Valve
  • Temperature Controller from Johnson Controls
  • Spool pieces and piping
  • Painted

Skid package was then painted to custoemr specifications with a 2 part epoxy

Thermal Products can also offer the following equipment for a skid package to fit your specific application.

  • Pump
  • Shell & Tube Exchanger
  • Plate & Frame Exchanger
  • Electric Circulation Heater
  • Air Cooled Exchanger
  • Isolation Valves
  • Controls package
  • Control Panel
  • Various Materials of Construction
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Kevin Sommerville – Vice President of Sales

Kevin earned a B.S. in Finance from the State University of New York.  Kevin began his career with Thermal Products, Inc while studying for his undergraduate degree.  Now in his 20th year, Kevin handles the Direct accounts and the NY, NJ, PA trade areas for Thermal Products, Inc.  In addition, Kevin brings focus to the sales and operational side of the business.  Kevin’s role is to achieve  yearly company goals through high levels of customer service, engineering design, and marketing through varying media outlets.

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