Higher Temperature Catalytic Reforming Catalyst Regeneration Electrical Heater is a specially designed electric heater by MICH to meet with the higher and higher requirement from the petrochemical industry to make the catalyst regeneration at a higher efficiency and yielding. As a better alternative to traditional steam as well as heated transfer media, electric heaters have long been an ideal heat source in the regenerating of catalysts within processes because they can produce high heat levels (can be well over 500°C) in a more efficient manner than the alternatives. The most critical issue for the proper electric heater for the catalyst regeneration is a proper design and implementation.
Electric process heaters are utilized in the reforming of naphtha to produce gasoline or olefins, the chlorination process, and superheating to remove hydrocarbons and contaminants from catalyst material. Furthermore, electric heaters are used in superheating to attain a specific reaction temperature as well as mole sieve systems designed to assist in the separation of specific gasses from air. These heaters can utilize several media to include air, methane or nitrogen in the renewal of catalytic efficiency. In every case, the heaters are critical as they are required to provide optimal performance in any given reaction. Thus, designing these units to work most effectively is very important to both an operation and the bottom line.
three-phase 380VAC; 660VAC
Conventional design pressure
natural gas, crude oil and other media
Integrate electric heating installation, protection, process operation, maintenance, packaging, and transportation functions. Highly integrated design with small land required.
The core heating element of the heater is made of a new type mineral insulated heating cable. The heating cable possesses high application temperature, high mechanical strength, long service life and so on that are incomparable with conventional heating elements (electric heating pipes).
Pre-assembled in factory; small amount of on-site installation work; only the interface pipe and external electrical connection are needed to be completed, quick to put into use.