• Custom CEMS and Analyzer Bundles
• Tube Trace – ME Bundles
• TubeTrace HTX Tubing Bundles
Thermon holds a unique position as the only international heat tracing company completely dedicated to its industry. Since 1954, Thermon has concentrated its efforts exclusively on heat tracing, the external application of heat to pipes, tanks and instrumentation.
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Tube Trace ME Bundles
TubeTrace electrically heated tubing bundles are available with the full line of Thermon electric heat tracing cables.
Custom tubing bundles are also available for CEMS (Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems) and process analyzer applications for heated umbilicals.
ThermoTube pre-insulated tubing is utilized for steam supply, condensate return, or other unheated fluid or gas transport.
Custom CEMS and Analyzer Bundles
316 and 304 stainless, welded or seamless, Monel, titanium, Alloy 825, and Alloy 20 are readily available.
Optional Electropolished (EP) finishes and chemical passivation (CP), (including SilcoSteel, Siltek/Sulfinert and SilcoNert coatings) 1 are also available.
Double containment tubing and/or multiple tube materials can be provided in a common bundle.
Fluoropolymer tubing (including PFA, TFE, and FEP), nylon, polyethylene, composite filament-wound tubing and most any other tubing material is also available.
Embedded Temperature Sensors To accurately sense temperatures in one or more locations, factory installed temperature sensors (RTD, Thermocouple, or Thermistor) with insulated leads rated 500°F (260°C) are available.
TubeTrace HTX Tubing Bundles
In the past, tubing subject to high temperature exposure was heat traced with series resistance mineral insulated (MI) heat trace. MI heaters are custom made to fit each application, so long lead times are often required. TubeTrace HTX solves this with Thermon parallel resistance HPT heat trace isolated from direct contact with high temperature tubing.
TubeTrace HTX bundles are designed to withstand continuous 1100°F (593°C) superheat steam temperature even when power is applied to the heat trace during ambient conditions of 40°F (5°C).