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Electric Oil Heater

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The Model L Electric Oil Heaters are used for pre heating fuel oil as it is pumped through the piping system. They are usually installed on the discharge side of oil heaters that use steam or hot water as the heating medium to maintain oil temperatures during standby and cold starting conditions.

 

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The Model L Electric Oil Heater is used for pre heating fuel oil as it is pumped through the piping system. It is usually installed on the discharge side of oil heaters that use steam or hot water as the heating medium to maintain oil temperatures during standby and cold starting conditions. It is also frequently installed in the oil return line to warm the lighter oils when it is necessary to avoid accumulations of paraffin wax in the piping system. For the latter application, a Preferred Model SB Suction Bell should also be installed in the tank to assure that warm oil will be drawn back into the suction line.

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  • The Thermostatically Controlled Electric Immersion Heating Element is Suitable for Pressures Up To 150 psi
  • Adjustable Oil Temperature Thermostat range from 100°F to 220°F
  • Furnished With Wattage Ratings Based on 208, 220/240, or 440/480 Volts
  • Easy Element Removal for Cleaning or Replacement
  • UL Approved

Three different watt densities:

  1. Low Watt Density, Series E – have 12 watts per square inch of heating surface
  2. Medium Watt Density, Series M – have 18 watts per square inch of heating surface
  3. High Watt Density, Series S – have 24 watts per square inch of heating surface
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Electric Oil Heater shall be Preferred Utilities Mfg. Corp.,Danbury, CT, Model L______, designed for operation with _____ volt ______ phase power, rated at _____ KW and having a watt density not more than _______ watts per square inch. Heater shall be controlled by a line voltage thermostat with a range of 100° F to 220° F, that shall be wired in the pilot circuit of a contactor of ample rating for the heater current. Heater shall be U. L. approved and shall have a flanged manifold rated at 150 PSIG with 2" NPT oil connections.
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