Impedance Pipe Heating system:
An Impedance Pipe Heating System is a system in which heat is generated in a pipe wall by electric current flowing through the pipe wall by direct connection to a low voltage AC voltage source from a dual-winding isolation transformer.
Banner-Day TraceFREE® Electric Impedance Pipe Heating (IPH) system is designed to heat selected metal pipe or tubing to maintain or increase the temperature of a product or material flowing through a piping system. With TraceFREE® impedance pipe heating product in a pipe can be:
- Thawed from a solid phase
- Heated to a desired operating temperature
- Gradually increased in temperature as it moves thru the line
- Maintained at a constant product temperature as the product is transferred through the line or sits stagnant
TraceFREE® electric impedance pipe heating systems provide operational flexibility to companies by allowing intermittent or continuous process operation.
Meets Applicable Codes & Standards:
NEC Chapter 427 – User Guide to the NEC
NFPA 70E – National Electric code 2008
IEEE Standard 844-2000
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