How does the Heat ASSAULT Insect Eradication System work?
There are two continuous loops in the HEAT ASSAULT Insect Eradication System. These are the heater loop and the field loop. • In the heating loop the Heat Transfer Fluid (HTF) which is an environmentally benign water-propylene glycol solution is heated to 210F. The HTF is drawn from a 400 litre reservoir and pumped through dual coil heaters and back to the reservoir. The coil heaters are rugged coils of pipe with oil fired burners that are designed for mobile applications. The burners heat the HTF in the coils before it is returned to the reservoir. Up to 500,000 Btu/H of heat is generated in the system that draws either bio-diesel or diesel from the integral 250 litre fuel tank. • In the field loop remote heat exchangers are placed in the areas that require insect eradication. Specially engineered rugged hoses are used to connect the remote heat exchangers to the Heat Assault. The HTF is drawn from the reservoir and pumped through hoses into remote heat exchangers and back to the unit
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