Indirect Water Bath Heater

An indirect water bath heater is used primarily in the oil & gas industry, to heat process fluids or gases evenly. The temperature of the medium is raised by placing it in a utility bath, rather than heating it directly. This ensures that the medium warms at an even pace and avoids hotspots.

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Though the bath fluid is usually water, we are able to customize it depending on your project requirements, using oil to heat fluids to a high temperature, or a combination of water and glycol to lower the freezing point of your process medium in low temperatures.

Bliss Anand’s Indirect Water Bath Heaters can be used across a variety of applications and platforms such as:

Heating fuel gas at a power generation plant, compressor station or wellhead.

The gas is heated evenly using an Indirect Water Bath Heater, before the pressure is reduced. Heating the gas a high pressure keeps ice crystals and hydrates from forming in the lines when pressure is reduced for combustion. Ice and hydrates can cause damage to gas-fired turbines and other equipment.

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Heating crude oil at offshore platforms and refineries.
The crude oil is heated to reduce viscosity, so that it can be easily pumped.

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Highlights:

  • Designed in full compliance with API 12K specifications.
  • Natural Draft Burners, directly mounted on Fire Tube &Forced Draft Burners.
  • Precise temperature control
  • Removable Single- or Twin Fire-Tube design
  • Removable Heating Coil for ease of maintenance
  • Burners System complete with Pilot, Main Burner, Gas Train, Spark Igniter with Transformer
  • Flame Arrestors at Burners Air Intake and Stack Top
  • Heating capacity upto 5 Million K.Cal/Hr
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