Fired Heater Model

Model: 291

DAC Worldwide’s Fired Heater Model (291) depicts a highly-detailed, to-scale model of a common industrial furnace found in refineries and process facilities in technically-accurate, professionally-crafted detail. Learners will explore the operation and maintenance of industrial fired heaters using these to-scale models. The model features a primary shell fabricated from a gray acrylic sheet, with cutaways allowing for view of internal components.

Based on common designs of furnaces by Tulsa Heater and others, the product is a complete "to-scale" replication of one of the most common fired heaters used today. Based on a cabin-type box heater design, with twin fireboxes, the model includes significant detailing of internal components, visible through a clear acrylic shell.

This realistic mechanical model includes support piers, burners, access openings, stack dampers, and many more industrial-grade component replicas. Learners will use these components to study topics such as how process heaters are configured, the importance of stable flames to safety and reliability, operational checks, and the science behind combustion.

Enhance Learning Using DAC Worldwide’s Hands-On Fired Heater Model

DAC Worldwide’s hands-on models take learning to the next level, offering both visual and physical learning styles to appeal to a variety of learners.

This Fired Heat Model features a clear acrylic, 5-inch diameter shell that allows complete visibility of internal components. Some of the interior detail includes refractory lining, radiant/convection tubes, burners, temperature connections, and more.

To ensure an ideal training experience, the model also includes a durable PVC base, with provisions for tabletop mounting. All of the construction throughout the model is to-scale, and the perfect 3-dimensional solution for engineering study, promotion, and training.

Expand Training with Additional Mechanical Models

The Fired Heat Model is only one of DAC Worldwide’s expansive mechanical training models, which also includes a U-Tube Heat Exchanger Model (#285), a Water Tube Boiler Model (#355), a Flare System Model (#294), and many more!

Student Training Manual and Textbook

A copy of this course’s Student Training Manual and Handbook are included with the training system. Sourced from the Exercises and Learning Activities, the Student Training Manual takes the technical content contained in the learning objectives, and combines it into one perfectly-bound book. The handbook, called Process Technology Equipment and Systems, presents clear objectives and performance standards for learners. If you would like to inquire about purchasing additional Student Training Manual or Handbooks for your program, please contact your local DAC Worldwide Representative for more information.

  • Primary shell fabricated from gray acrylic sheet with cutaway allowing view of internal components
  • Exterior detail including: support piers, burners, access openings, stack, stack damper, process connections, and stylized structural detail
  • Interior detail including: refractory lining, radiant tubes, convection tubes, burners, temperature connections, viewing holes, and stylized structural detail
  • Durable PVC baseplate with provision for tabletop mounting, and mounting on related display racks.
  • Packaging for shipment via UPS or motor freight
  • Product Dimensions
    (L x W x H)
    23in. x 9in. x 23in. (600 x 230 x 600 mm)
    12lbs. (6kg)
  • Shipping Dimensions
    30lbs. (14kg)
  • Recommended 902V Mobile Display Stand
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