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02:15 Mar 23, 2007
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English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Engineering: Industrial / Thermal fluid heater operations manual
English term or phrase: strip
Start up with cold oil

The set point temperature on the eluate temperature controller TIC 16.0 should be set to 20°C while the oil in the circuit heats up. This will make the 3-way control valve bypass all the oil around the heat exchanger, so the start-up time is minimised. Once the oil is up to temperature, then the set point temperature can be increased to the required process temperature (approximately 130°C).
Once the ***strip*** is finished, the set point temperature should again be reduced to 20°C. This will bypass all the oil around the heat exchanger. The oil temperature will be maintained, eliminating the need to perform a cold start-up each time. Keeping the oil warm also prolongs the life of the heaters. The oil pump should circulate oil at all times, with the system only ever shutting down if no ***strip ***will be performed for a long time, i.e. several days.
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4tira, banda, lámina



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tira, banda, lámina


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