PECON having the skill, resource and experience to handle, manage, and execute the most demanding needs of Electrical and Instrument Engineering works in the Process and Related Industries, Such as:
We provide full range services required by various MNC companies for the above stated industries. Our professionals are available to assist Procurement, Installation, Commissioning and service of electrical & Instrument system, such as:
Electrical Testing And Inspection
Installation of Instrumentation, Automation and Control System
Instrument Testing and Inspection
Facility maintenance services
Project plant Maintenance services
Supply of technical manpower for maintenance works shut down and turn around works
Schedule maintenance, breakdown maintenance, improvement works and A&A works
Supply of materials, equipment, devices and ex proof panels
Design and supply Electrical and automation systems
Design and Supply Solar and Heat tracing system
Fiber optic cable laying and termination works.
Earthling and Lightning system installation and testing with PE endorsement.
Self-Regulating Heating Cables
Self-regulating heating cables increase power as temperatures fall and decreases as temperatures rise. Thermon manufactures a variety of self-regulating heating cables to meet the demands speciﬁc to each application.
Excellent for metallic or non-metallic piping and tanks, Thermon’s self-regulating heating cables allow for ease of design and installation with applications ranging from freeze protection to temperature maintenance to foundation heating.
After following the prescribed steps in this design guide, the reader will be able to design, select and/or specify or establish a bill of materials for a heat tracing system.
Typically, complex piping is located inside a process unit and consists of relatively short runs of pipe with frequent tees, as well as in-line valves, pumps and related process equipment that also requires heat tracing. Circuit lengths can range from several feet (less than one meter) to several hundred feet (meters) in length; however, the average is usually 100 feet (30 meters) or less.
For applications ranging from freeze protecting water lines to maintaining elevated process temperatures as high as 300°F (149°C), Thermon self-regulating, cut-to-length, parallel resistance heating cables are recommended. Variations in the heat loss of the insulated pipe (due to equipment, supports and/or insulation) are compensated for by the heating cable’s PTC (Positive Temperature Coefficient) characteristic. Thermon offers heating cables specifically designed, manufactured and approved to cover a wide range of applications.
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