Heat Trace System Designed by EPIC Modular Process Systems

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Epic Modular Process Systems Inc. announces the release of a custom modular heat trace system for a leading utility company.

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Epic Modular Process Systems Inc. announces the release of a custom modular heat trace system for a leading utility company. A large, complex piping system was installed, featuring a self-regulating heat trace system. The project included piping, multiple circuits, design, fabrication, installation and start-up in a compact project schedule.

EPIC assembled over 6,000+ feet of piping and pipe racks in house. A self- regulating electric trace heating system was selected due to low maintenance requirements and pipe freezing prevention features. The self-regulating heat trace system was installed during pipe rack assembly, along with the required insulation. Multiple circuits were designed and installed to keep total amps low across the wires.

The entire pipe rack was shipped pre-assembled and insulated with the clips on so that it could be easily installed in the field. This allowed for faster assembly and on-site installation, reducing cost and allowing the client to improve safety records.

EPIC saved the client time and money. The modular fabrication approach to process systems has many advantages, including reduced cost, higher quality construction, faster time to market, improved safety and less resource requirements, among others.

ABOUT EPIC SYSTEMS: Founded in 1995, EPIC Systems, Inc. is a leading multi discipline engineering and fabrication firm that provides project automation solutions for modular process plants and systems, packaging and assembly line integration, custom machine manufacturing and advanced machine vision system integration.

Utilizing a custom design-build approach, EPIC Systems specializes in the entire plant project. The company provides comprehensive strategy and execution for: concept development; design engineering; integration and automation for process, line and controls; plant and modular fabrication; construction management and installation; startup; commissioning and support.

EPIC Systems is located in St. Louis, MO USA. To learn more about EPIC, visit the website at http://www.epicsysinc.com or contact them today for an engineering evaluation of your application.


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