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Thermic Fuild Decarbonising

Thermic Fuild Decarbonising Chemical

Thermic Fluid is the heating media which transfer the heat in close loop cycle.
It is available in two forms...

  • Mineral heat transfer oil.

  • Synthetic heat transfer oil.

Mineral oil can withstand maximum temperature up to 280° C. Synthetic oil can withstand maximum temperature up to 310°C.
Continuous use of thermic fluid systems results in to deteriorating of Thermic fluid.

    The main causes for deterioration are oxidation & cracking.

  • Oxidation: Oxidation at higher temperatures causes formation of sticky carbon. This causes choking of the system & reduced heat transfer efficiency & also produces acidic products. These add to viscosity of the oil along with increase in corrosion rate at internal parts of thermic fluid heating system.

  • Cracking: Overheating of the thermic fluid caused by insufficient circulation. This results in to de-polymerization of long chain compound. This localized heating above cracking temperature of oil. Cracking results in to release higher hydrocarbons which increases viscosity & reduces flash point of thermic fluid. Polymerization cause by these hydrocarbons form deposits reducing flow rate & heat transfer efficiency.