In multiple-burner installations on industrial ovens and furnaces, pulse-firing techniques can improve temperature uniformity, reduce emissions and cut overall fuel costs. Is it right for your process?
Many industrial manufacturers are learning that pulsing burners — from high fire to low fire — is a quick way to reduce costs, improve safety and meet emission-level targets for industrial furnaces and ovens.
Balancing an oven is defined as adjusting or tuning a correctly designed oven to ensure peak performance. Learn how to make sure your convection oven is in balance and optimize your heat processing operations.
The frequent cycling of a regenerative combustion system introduces nonlinearities and discontinuities that place challenges on a traditional combustion controls system. Several approaches can minimize these effects.
Industrial combustion is front and center in this issue of Process Heating. First up is “Considerations for Regenerative Combustion Systems,” in which Michael Cochran of Bloom Engineering explores how using regenerative burners in pairs, along with a bed of ceramic or metallic media, can capture heat that would otherwise be lost from the process.