Accurate Thermal Systems fluidized temperature baths work as easily as making toastJune 25, 2019 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Do you find making toast difficult? Of course not. Using Accurate Thermal Systems fluidized temperature baths is just as easy.
Available from Process Heaters, these units from Accurate Thermal Systems make it a simple matter to clean baked-on resin from dies, breaker plates, or any other metal parts. Now, maintenance workers no longer have to go out into the parking lot with a torch, heating and scraping, drilling out clogged holes, and wiping; those days are over.
Controlling both temperature and airflow
Accurate Thermal Systems fluidized temperature baths are perfect for plastics-extrusion plants that end up with parts coated in plastic resin. When you hold a torch on these parts to clean them, you may be inadvertently changing their metallurgy, and parts with holes make this even more of a problem.
But using an Accurate Thermal Systems fluidized bath from Process Heaters is as easy as setting the temperature and putting your parts into the bath. Now you can put your feet up and have a coffee (donuts optional), while the bath does all the work.
When you drop your metal parts into the bath, you’re immersing them in a thermally uniform environment of percolating high-purity alumina. The temperature is extremely uniform and stable. Accurate Thermal uses the same technology in these baths that is used for calibrating sensors – an application that requires the highest accuracy.
Accurate Thermal Systems fluidized temperature baths control not only the temperature, but also the airflow. You no longer have alumina spilling onto the floor. Some models can even clean the tips of pressure transducers without degrading their performance. These baths offer much quicker processing times than ovens and furnaces do – and also are more thermally stable.
Aside from cleaning resin off metal, companies have used these Accurate Thermal Systems baths for heating reactors, coils, flasks, and containers for decades. They’re also useful for cleaning extrusion tooling and other hardware, shaping set medical devices, calibration, testing sensors and systems, and heat-treating metals.
Process Heaters offers various sizes to accommodate different loads. Run trials are available for seriously interested customers.
To learn more, contact Process Heaters.