Heat Transfer Skids
When your business needs a high-quality heat transfer system constructed to suit your specific application requests and one that meets ASME requirements, Carbis is the company to call. Skid-mounted heat transfer systems most often use a glycol-mix, steam, hot water, or hot oils to transfer heat. Carbis can also design skid-mounted heat transfer systems for snowmelt applications on helipads to keep them free of ice and snow. Carbis specializes in formulating solutions with the customized designs of our skid-mounted heat transfer systems that can solve your problems with a pre-fabricated skid-mounted package that is ready for operation the moment it is installed. Our heat transfer skids arrive electrically and mechanically pre-assembled. All systems have been tested prior to shipment, so startup is quick and easy. Our welders are ASME B31-3 certified.
Carbis can customize the skid system to fit any space or outside terrain, regardless of conditions. We want you to be completely satisfied with your new heat transfer system and ensure that it meets your needs and corrects any issues you previously had.
The benefits of working with Carbis to create your new heat transfer skid are many:
- You deal with just one company.
- We’re experienced in the construction of high-quality systems.
- Factory testing minimizes installation and startup time.
- Design flexibility – no one-size-fits-all approach.
Snowmelt Skids for Helipad Applications
Skid-mounted helipad snowmelt applications create heat by way of a low-pressure steam heat exchanger that can keep the deck clear of ice and snow during adverse winter conditions.
The snowmelt skid has a temperature controller on its control panel and an RTD (resistance temperature detector) to sense and control the temperature. The controller modulates the steam valve that adjusts the temperature to the required setting. Manual operation is possible if you prefer using an HOA switch on the control panel. If the heat transfer system ever fails, or if there is no flow from the pump, the system will immediately de-energize the motor starter to avoid damage to the system while an alarm bell is sounded to alert the operator.