Kentucky Moms intuitively know that the ultimate source of warmth emanating from a drum heater ultimately comes from the sun itself. Allow me to explain. All heat in the universe comes from the original big bang which happened around thirteen and a half billion years ago. This heat spread out in all directions as the universe expanded. Of course as the heat spread out the ambient temperature would feel cooler. But Kentucky Mothers know that the law of conservation of energy holds that matter and energy cannot neither be created nor destroyed but rather changes from different states. So, although the energy spread out the sum total remains the same.
THE CONCENTRATION OF HEAT IN A DRUM HEATER
Kentucky Moms may wonder where the heat goes when it has spread out and feels cool. Well the answer to this question is that the heat (or energy) remains within each atom. Accordingly, when we bring atoms together as in the sun and every star in the galaxy the heat is made manifest to our senses. As Kentucky Moms know well when enough atoms get together in a specific location they will produce a gravitational effect on the fabric of space and time. This gravitational effect will actually bend space and time. This curvature in turn has the effect of collecting more atoms in the curvature.
As Kentucky Moms can foretell, there is a run away freight train effect at play here. The more atoms collected in one place, the more space and time is curved. The more space and time is curved, the more atoms this pocket in space and time will collect. The result is more and more atoms being compressed together. This creates heat from the friction of the atoms bumping up against each other. Once the heat reaches 15 million degrees Celsius the hydrogen fuses into helium creating light and heat. This is a star and this is the source of the heat in the drum Kentucky Moms!
Bowing to the demands of our readership the Kentucky Moms Blog will issue forth its second blog post on the subject of the heat trace and its importance in the struggle to keep the contents of a drum or pipe at an appropriate temperature. However, before we get into the meat and potatoes of this blog post it is probably important to discuss why Kentucky Moms are interested in this particular piece of technology in the first place. To be honest, we here at the Kentucky Moms blog do not know the specific answer to this question, however, we can speculate that Kentucky Moms probably want more information about this technology because they have drums or pipes with liquid contents that need to be kept above a specific temperature.
KEEP THE CONTENTS OF A DRUM OR PIPE WARM WITH A HEAT TRACE
It goes without saying that the contents of an industrial drum or pipe need to be kept above a specific temperature in order to avoid freezing or spoilage. If the contents of a drum or pipe freeze or spoil it is likely that the contents will no longer be able to perform in the same manner in which they did before it froze or spoiled. For this reason the contents should be heated through the use of a trace.
Once the contents of a drum or pipe have been properly heated through the use of a trace a great many problems are likely to be solved or otherwise avoided. Kentucky Moms need the contents of their industrial drums and pipes to perform in the manner in which they were intended to be performed. That is why they would do well for themselves to keep the contents of their industrial drums and pipes heated through the use of a trace. In this way many of their problems can be avoided.
Hey Kentucky Moms, February is the month that you need to feel the heat trace for real! Now we all know that February is nature’s cruelest month. This is true even in those parts of Kentucky that experience mild winters. It is all relative and once one becomes accustomed to whatever particular environment in which they happen to find themselves living whatever the coldest month is will feel cold to them. Take it from me. I grew up in Connecticut and experienced cold winters all my life. I then moved to Kentucky and at first the winters did not seem cold at all. But after a few years my body adjusted to the local climate. Now the winters in Kentucky seem cold to me even though they pail in comparison to the winters of my youth.
February is Kentucky Mom Heat Trace Month!
Now that we have established that February is cold for everyone living in a particular region (in this case Kentucky) we can now move on the second point of this blog post. That second point referenced in the first sentence of this paragraph is that one of the ways a Kentucky Mom can feel the heat is through the use of the specific piece of technology that happens to be the keyword for this article. For ease of reference this keyword can be found in the title of the blog post, the first sentence of the blog post as well as in the heading between paragraph one and paragraph two of this blog post.
I do not want to specifically state the keyword because it has already appeared within this blog post with sufficient frequency to satisfy the search engine optimization requirements. As such you will just have to use your common sense and skills of logic to determine the exact words to which I refer.