Efficiency and profitability are key when it comes to running a production or manufacturing facility. The more you can save in the process of creating whatever it is you are producing, the more profitable and viable your organization will be.
While cost effectiveness is something to carefully consider when it comes to the materials and vendors you are working with, it’s also an incredibly important factor to consider when selecting the industrial equipment and systems your plant relies on as well.
At American Heating Company, we specialize in developing and manufacturing highly efficient thermal fluid heaters and complete industrial heating systems for use in a variety of industries. We take pride in creating and distributing American made industrial heating equipment that can save plants and facilities thousands of dollars every year.
So how do we do it? What makes our industrial heating equipment truly stand out from the rest when it comes to efficiency and savings? Here are just a few features of our industrial heaters and heating systems that can help to save your facility money.
Key Features of Our High Efficiency Industrial Heating Equipment
1. Serpentine Coil Heater Design
Most industrial thermal fluid heaters feature a helical coil design, which typically provides about 77% efficiency. Our unique and innovative serpentine coil thermal fluid heater design is about 88% efficient. This increase in efficiency can save your facility thousands of dollars on an annual basis.
2. Minimal Maintenance
Unlike most industrial heating equipment and thermal fluid heating systems, industrial heating equipment from American Heating Company requires little to no maintenance. In most cases, a yearly burner tune-up is sufficient. Replacements and required repairs are rare and our highly efficient systems keep maintenance to a minimum, saving you money in the long and short term.
Thermal fluid heaters and heating systems from American Heating Company are among the most durable and long lasting pieces of industrial heating equipment on the market. Our heaters last upwards of 30 years so you won’t have to worry about investing in new equipment every few years.
Additionally, the components of our industrial heating equipment are also built to last. With industrial heaters from other manufacturers, you may end up needing to replace a helical coil. This can cost up to 75% of the price of the original heater, and cost you even more in terms of lost productivity while you wait for the new coil to arrive and be installed! This will not happen with American Heating Company thermal fluid heaters, as our serpentine coils are built to last for decades without needing repair or replacement.
4. Low Flow Rates
Our unique thermal fluid heater design allows for lower flow rates than most heaters on the market. This has a number of money-saving benefits for the facilities that implement them. Firstly, it reduces the size of the piping and valves that need to be used throughout the heating system. Smaller pipes, bends and elbow joints are typically less expensive, making the entire industrial heating system less expensive.
Secondly, heaters with lower flow rates require pumps with lower horsepower. Pumps with lower horsepower run on less electricity than higher horsepower pumps. This means your operational costs will be less when running American Heating Company industrial heating equipment.
Invest in Industrial Heating Equipment You Can Count on For Decades
For more than 30 years, American Heating Company has been a trusted resource for high quality, efficient industrial heating equipment. Our American made heating equipment is ideal for use in a variety of industries, including asphalt, refinery, tank terminal and more.
All of our heaters are ASME code stamped and built to last. From customized industrial heating solutions to standard heaters and heating systems, we do it all.
Interested in learning more about how our industrial heating equipment can save your facility money? Give us a call today at (973) 777-0100 or contact us online for more information or to obtain a quote for your facility.
Looking for additional ways to increase your facility’s efficiency? Check out this list of places to look for possible efficiency enhancements.