Infern-O-Therm Water Heaters for Concrete are designed for heating and storing water for concrete manufacturing during the cold season. These systems are also useful for application where large volumes of heated water are required. Primary and secondary heat transfer tubes provide maximum fuel efficiency during the heating process. The combustion tube is fabricated from seamless steel pipe for optimum heat transfer and minimum maintenance – reducing costs up to 50% compared to other heating methods.
Features & Benefits
- Units available up to 1 million BTU input
- Tanks sizes from 3,000 to 35,000 gallons
- UL approved #2 fuel oil or natural gas burner; can use any type of waster oil instead of #2 fuel oil to produce hot water
- Efficient combustion system
- Heat transfer system
- State-of-the-art burner control
- Water temperature blending system
- 15,000-gallon waste oil fired tank
Infern-O-Therm Water Heaters for Concrete are built to last. Unlike competitive models, the inner shell is fabricated from quarter-inch thick steel plate for maximum durability and long life. These plates are overlapped and double welded concentrically for superior stability. The tank heads are made of 5/16-inch thick steel reinforced by twin 6-inch wide vertical channels. Outer walls are are wrapped with 3-inch Thermafiber insulation to prevent heat loss and oxidation. The out skin of each tank is made of stucco-embossed 0.024-inch aluminum providing a weatherproof seal and clean appearance.
The burner control system offers simple operation and minimal maintenance. It’s fully automatic with aquastat temperature control and high-low water cutoffs. Inlet water is regulated by a flow control manifold to maintain constant temperature. The standard model is designed to work with number two fuel oil, but may be easily modified to burn natural gas or propane. The entire burner system utilizes brand name components. A weatherproof enclosure protecting the burner system is standard equipment.
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