Bruest Catalytic Heaters are designed for safety, efficiency, and ease of use in mind. The heaters are offered in multiple sizes, BTU ratings, and configurations to meet varying application requirements. All Bruest Catalytic Heaters are available for installation in Class I, Division 1 or 2, Group D locations.

TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW

Bruest’s Twin-Pak pipeline heaters are designed for quick and easy installation with a wide range of BTU inputs in different sizes to accommodate various pipeline sizes and heating requirements. Twin-Paks can be used at gate stations, gas filtration plants, and other locations where heat is required directly on the pipe or vessel. The compact design of the Twin-Paks allows for heating where space is limited without reconfiguring existing pipes. The Twin-Paks include one or two Bruest catalytic heaters. The Bruest catalytic heaters are designed for use in general wiring, Class I, Division 2, Group D (FM Marked), or Class I, Division 1, Group D (CSA Marked) locations. As with all Bruest catalytic heaters, the heaters are started with electric power. The input power can be 12VDC, 120VAC, or 240VAC. Fuel gas supply can be either Natural Gas or LP gas for additional flexibility.

APPLICATION CONSIDERATIONS

Bruest Twin-Pak pipeline heaters are simple to install with virtually zero modification required to existing pipes.

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Specifications

The Twin-Paks can be used to heat the gas upstream of pressure regulators and measurement facilities prior to a pressure cut. The dual heater Twin-Pak is equipped with fuel gas manifold with pressure regulators and dual temperature controllers. Each heater can be operated independently of the other, allowing the Twin-Pak to have a 4:1 turndown ratio. They are designed primarily for outdoor use and can be placed in isolated, unmanned areas with minimal user maintenance required. Twin-Paks are economical alternative solutions that can be quickly implemented.