Paratherm’sTipSheet™ is a short, monthly technical email series about hot oil system maintenance for users of thermal fluids and systems.
Below are links to the some of the TipSheet archives.
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- Insulation 3: Minimize Insulation Fire Risk by Material Selection
- Insulation 2: Controlling Insulation Fire Hazard in Hot-Oil Heat Transfer Systems
- Insulation 1: Preventing Insulation Fire Hazards
- Properties Explained 7: Color
- Properties Explained 6: Thermal Oil Testing vs. Lube Oil Testing
- Properties Explained 5: The Differences Between Lube Oils and Heat Transfer Oils
- Fluid Properties Explained 4: Maximum Fluid Temperature
- Fluid Properties Explained 3: Minimum Operating Temperature
- Fluid Properties Explained 2: Vapor Pressure
- Fluid Properties Explained 1: Debunking Rhetoric
- Maximize Fluid Life 3: Contamination
- Maximize Fluid Life 2: Oxidation
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- Maximize Fluid Life 1: Film Temperature
- Fluid Analysis: When and How
- Leakage and Combustion Issues
- Minimizing Thermal Fluid Leaks
- Detecting Thermal Fluid Leaks
- Detecting Water in The System
- Removing Water From The System
- Preventing Water in The System
- How to Drain Charge, and Re-Start Thermal Oil Systems More Efficiently
- Regular Fluid Analysis
- Tuning Your System
- How To Turn Your Thermal Oil System into a Fire-Free Zone
- Proper System Shutdown
- Proper System Startup
Among the topics addressed in future TipSheet™ will be; types of heating for process applications, thermal fluid selection and analysis, system selection, design, installation, maintenance and troubleshooting, and cost/benefit analysis.