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heat conducting cement
heating of tanks and reactors


The TRANSCALOR - Heat Conducting Cement

TRANSCALOR - Heat Conducting Cement is an inorganic and non-metallic material with high thermal coductivity, that does not melt or support combustion.

This compound, which is pasty in its ready for use state, binds to form a cement-like hardness following the application procedure. Since the linear shrinkage of TRANSCALOR - heat conducting cement is minimal, excellent resistance to thermal and mechanical stressing is provided.

It is used for pipe heating systems or tank heating systems which are heated by means of external trace heating pipes or electric heating cables. It can also be used for corresponding cooling systems.

The application area of the TRANSCALOR - heat conducting cement covers temperature ranges up to 700 degrees Celsius, what is sufficient for the most heating systems.

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TRANSCALOR - Heat Conducting Cement for tank heating

The TRANSCALOR - heat conducting cement can, of course, not only be used for pipe trace heating systems but also for improvement of the heat transmission for the heating of tanks

Here too, the pre-assembled heating pipes are embedded in TRANSCALOR - heat conducting cement.

Allthough TRANSCALOR - heat conducting cement possesses high adhesive strength, it is important to ensure perfect installation of the trace heating pipes in order to prevent any risk of shearing-off during the expansion of the trace heating pipes.

Schedule of a tank heating installation with TRANSCALOR - Heat Conducting Cement

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