To ensure your heat transfer system runs smoothly, it’s components have to be made of materials compatible with your thermal fluid.
Choosing proper insulation is an important step in the design of a thermal fluid system. The wrong choice here can have serious safety implications.
Expansion tanks do just as their name suggests – they give that expanded fluid a place to go. But how do you determine the correct size for the tank?
Is your electric heater's watt density causing your system more harm than good? Watt density can have a serious impact on the life of your fluid, so it’s important to understand what it is and how to make sure your system is working within acceptable limits.
Ever wonder what all those terms on our data sheets mean and how they relate to heat transfer fluids?
Often overlooked, strainers and filters keep harmful debris out of your system, protect sensitive equipment and even improve the performance of your heat transfer fluid.
Your pump has a huge influence over your heat transfer system. So what do you need to know when choosing one?
If you've invested in a quality heat transfer fluid the last thing you want to deal with are system leaks. We take a look at common causes and how to deal with them.
Having a hard time finding the right thermal fluid for your application? Having an even harder time finding a company willing to listen and invest the time to help?
If a system is improperly started or shut down or allowed to overheat it may require some degree of cleaning.