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Therminol SP Heat Transfer Fluid


  • Asphalt
  • Asphalt storage
  • Biomass - orc
  • Cement - waste heat recovery + orc
  • Gas to liquid (gtl)
  • HTF - production of bioalcohol
  • HTF - production of biodiesel
  • Hot mix asphalt
  • Natural gas purification
  • Oil or gas processing
  • Oil recycling
  • Polymer & plastic
  • Waste heat recover + orc
  • Wood panels

Key attributes

  • Excellent Low Temperature Pumpability
  • Excellent resistance to fouling
  • Long Life

Product description

<p>Therminol SP is a synthetic heat transfer fluid used in moderate-temperature applications. Therminol SP fluid is designed for use in nonpressurized/low-pressure, indirect heating systems. It delivers efficient, dependable, uniform process heat with no need for high pressures.</p><p><strong>Performance Benefits</strong></p><ul><li><strong>Long Life—</strong>You will get years of reliable, cost-effective performance, even when operating your system continuously at 300°C (570°F). This means you do not have to overspecify your fluid.</li><li><strong>Excellent resistance to fouling—</strong> Because Therminol SP is a synthetic fluid, it resists the effects of oxidation 10 times better than mineral oils, meaning less oxidation and solids formation. For systems without nitrogen inerting, the performance advantages are significant.</li><li><strong>Excellent Low Temperature Pumpability—</strong>Therminol SP is still pumpable at –28°C (–18°F), compared to some mineral oils that will not pump at temperatures below –7°C (20°F). With Therminol SP, your heat transfer fluid system can start up quickly and easily.</li></ul><p>For more information, visit <a href="http://www.Therminol.com" target=_blank>www.Therminol.com</a>.</p>

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