Energy storage and heat transfer oil devices are widely used in industrial drying fields, such as printing and dyeing, canning, spraying, and other drying processes.
Energy storage heating and wind devices can also be widely used in industries such as food, automobile manufacturing, printing, chemical industry, papermaking, rubber, medicine, petrochemical, metallurgy, and so on.
Energy storage heating devices use cheap electrical energy or wind energy generated during the low ebb hours of the night to convert electrical energy into high-temperature heat energy and store it in the heat storage body of the device.
The energy storage steam generation device uses cheap electrical energy during the low ebb period at night to convert electrical energy into high-temperature heat energy and store it in the heat storage body of the device. When using heat, the fan operates to allow air to flow through the heat storage body, exchanging heat from the heat storage body into high-temperature hot air. After passing through a heat pipe heat exchanger, high-temperature hot air heats the water in the upper steam drum, generating steam for use. If superheated steam is required, a superheater can also be installed on the pipeline to reheat the generated steam through hot air to meet the high-temperature steam output requirements.