Pick Direct Steam Injection systems are ideally suited for heating water or water miscible liquids wherever precise temperature control, energy savings and ease of installation and operation is desired.
Pick delivers hot water on demand at a precisely controlled temperature- even in difficult frequent start/stop applications. It is compact in size and can be easily installed practically anywhere in your plant. 100% heat transfer means high efficiency with energy savings up to 28% versus indirect heat exchangers.
You'll find Pick Heaters at work around the world, in every kind of industrial environment, being used for operations such as:
A Pick Heater replaces a plate heat exchanger to supply hot water for a parts washer, resulting in greatly reduced maintenance and substantial energy savings.
The acid pickling process, used to clean cold-rolled steel, requires an instantaneous supply of hot water a widely varying flow rates. A Pick Variable Flow Direct Steam Injection Heater meets the challenge.
The Pick Heater can handle large volumes of liquid with a low liquid side pressure drop, while maintaining the tight temperature control necessary in the anaerobic process.
We understand the operational challenges many companies are faced with during this extraordinary time, and want to assure you that we are open for business. Under Wisconsin’s Emergency Order No. 12, section 13 and guidelines released by CISA, Pick Heaters, Inc is considered an essential business that is part of the critical infrastructure workforce and our employees are essential workers. We supply critical equipment to key process industries including food, chemical, pharmaceutical and energy utilities to name a few. We are taking all necessary precautions and continue to follow CDC guidelines for our employees to ensure their safety in addition to the safety of our customers and vendors.
We thank you for your support, commitment and partnership during this critical time.
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