When purchasing a new piece of thermal fluid heating equipment for your facility, you want to be sure that the product you choose meets your facility’s needs AND has a long enough lifespan to maximize the return on your investment.
At American Heating Company, we’re proud to offer thermal fluid heaters that are some of the longest lasting on the market. Our heaters last decades, many lasting 20 – 30 years or more despite requiring minimal maintenance and service.
Why do our heaters last so much longer than those from other manufacturers? What innovations have enabled us to increase the lifespan of thermal fluid heaters?
There are a number of unique aspects of our thermal fluid heaters that help to lengthen their lifespans, giving our customers the ability to enjoy a larger return on their investment.
What Gives AHC Thermal Fluid Heaters Longer Lifespans?
There are a few key features and components of our thermal fluid heaters that help them to last longer than others on the market.
Serpentine Coil Heater Design
Our innovative serpentine coil heater design is perhaps the biggest factor that helps to set our heaters apart and give them added longevity. In addition to operating with increased efficiency, our serpentine coil heaters allow for longer tube life, lower levels of fluid degradation, and easy maintenance.
High Quality Materials
At the most basic level, products built with high quality materials tend to last longer. It’s as simple as that. Though we build large scale equipment, we take care to use only high quality materials in every aspect of the heaters we construct. Our industrial heating equipment is built to last right here in the USA, so you can feel confident that you’re investing in a heater that’s durable enough to stand up to the rigors of your industry.
The ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code provides standards that regulate the design, development, and construction of equipment including industrial thermal fluid heaters. ASME compliant heating equipment must meet safety standards, as well as quality standards. At American Heating Company, all of our heating equipment is built to ASME standards. When you purchase from us, you can rest assured that you are acquiring a heater built with safety, durability and longevity in mind.
While our heaters are built to last and typically require minimal maintenance, service, and repairs, there are times when repairs may be necessary. Luckily, with serpentine coil thermal fluid heaters, repairs are significantly faster and less expensive than they are for typical helical coil heaters!
The benefits of this are two-fold. Firstly, you can get your equipment back up and running faster, resulting in less downtime and fewer lost profits. Secondly, you can feasibly repair your thermal fluid heater and won’t have to invest in a brand new system because of a temporary system breakdown.
Invest in a Thermal Fluid Heater That’s Built To Last Longer
Maximize the return on your investment in new heating equipment for your plant or facility by purchasing a serpentine coil thermal fluid heater from American Heating Company. Whether you’re looking for a standard piece of equipment or a heating solution customized to meet your organization’s unique needs, we can help.
With more than 30 years of experience, we’re an industry leader when it comes to designing and manufacturing high quality heating equipment. Give us a call today at (973) 777-0100 or contact us online to request a quote. We’d love the opportunity to partner with you to improve your facility’s heating system.
Additional Resources You Might Be Interested In:
Thermal Fluid Heater Life Expectancy and the Factors That Can Influence It – Find out what to expect when it comes to the lifespan of the heating equipment your purchase from American Heating Company.
Factors to Consider When Shopping for Industrial Heating Equipment – Review some of the key things you should carefully consider as you’re shopping your options for heating solutions for your plant or facility.
The Purchase Process: What To Expect When Purchasing Equipment from AHC – Get more information about what’s included in the purchase process when you choose to work with American Heating Company.