Video: Heating a Poly Tank to Maintain Chemical Temperature
In this video, we’ll take a look at the components that make up an electrical heating system used on a polyethylene chemical storage tank.
A polyethylene tank heating system, along with proper insulation, ensures that the chemicals stored in the tank are kept at the proper temperature. The poly tank heating system consists of a SilcoPad® heating pad on the outside of the tank that is wired to a control panel and also a thermostat. The tank heating system can be connected to a SCADA system or any type of alarm device.
Poly tanks are available with standard heating systems with a Delta T of 30, 60 and 100 degrees F. The quantity and type of SilcoPad® tank heating pads required is determined by the size of the tank, the desired temperature maintenance and environmental conditions.
For technical information about systems used to maintain chemical temperature in polyethylene tanks, download the technical guide below.
Or, speak to a chemical storage tank expert to configure a heating system that meets your specific requirements.
- June 14, 2013
- Topics: Fittings and Accessories
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