Heat Transfer Fluid Systems Reduce Space Requirements

Dec. 1, 2011
New line provides energy-efficiency with higher heating capacities.

Mokon has introduced the HTF ST Series, a new line of stationary heat transfer fluid systems offering up to 600 kW and 650 degrees Fahrenheit (343 degrees Celsius). The HTF ST Series provides energy-efficient performance and reduced space requirements for applications requiring higher heating capacities.

The HTF ST Series is designed and built to customer specifications, featuring a low-watt density electric heater mounted in a structural steel frame. The systems are completely pre-wired and available in single- and multiple-zone configurations with pumping capacities up to 120 gpm.

Typical HTF ST systems feature NEMA-rated electrical enclosure; energy-efficient insulated heater manifold; a sturdy steel frame; all-welded construction; expansion tank vented to atmosphere; pre-wired control panel with disconnect switch; UL 508A labeled electrical sub-panel; and NFPA 79 electrical safety standards.

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