The thermal oil heating plant is made of one or more armoured heaters immersed in thermal oil. The oil is then circulated by a pump to maintain uniform heating.The plant can be used to heat remote tanks or integrated tanks as shown.
The thermal oil temperature is regulated by a working thermostat set by a thermal probe which transfers a signal to a thermo-regulator. A maximum temperature can be set manually and is activated if the set working temperature is exceeded, switching off the heating. The heated oil is circulated by a pump to a hydraulic circuit which can use the heat generated by the central system for heating various industrial processes (process tanks for example).
Heating systems can be supplied with or without a tank.