Air Heater Power and Flow Graphs Convectronics Manufactures First Class Heaters, Temperature Sensors and Precise Controls, Assists with Design and Application Needs.


Operating Instructions
Performance Characteristics
Power and Flow Graphs
Electrical Data: Connections and Wiring
Time and Temperature Data
Temperature Conversion, Element Melting Points
Properties of Refractory and Ceramic Materials
Refractory Metals Corrosion Resistance Guide
Tubing, Sheath, Prot. Tube, Well Materials Guide
RTD and Thermistor Resistance vs. Temp. Table
Thermocouple Reference Tables N.I.S.T °C:
Thermocouple Reference Tables N.I.S.T °F:
Electrical Charts & Conversions
Temperature Equivalents & Conversions
Equivalents & Conversions
Customer Application Data Sheet / RFQ

Technical Information
Air Heater Power and Flow Graphs

Power Required To Heat Air
An approximation of air heating power requirements
can be calculated with the following formula:
    Add 20% for Safety Margin
Flow Meter Correction Curve
All Performance Curves for CONVECTRONICS Air Heaters refer to “Actual” Air Flow Rates (SCFM). The pressure at the Flow Meter outlet should be measured and the “Observed” Flow should be adjusted per correction curves to obtain “Actual” Flow. The Actual Flow can also be calculated by using the following formula:  
  Q1 = Observed Flow
Q2 = Actual Flow Corrected for Pressure
P1 = Atmospheric Pressure, 14.7 PSI
P2 = Actual Pressure, 14.7 PSI + Pressure at Flow Meter Outlet
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