Many industrial processes utilize a process fluid to cool the equipment by moving heat away from the operation. An industrial chiller is a type of equipment used to accomplish this. The cooling system is designed to remove heat from the process fluid, transfer the heat to another medium such as ambient air or water, and return cool fluid to the process to begin the cycle again.
Wireless steam trap monitors solved problems and met European Energy Efficiency Directive requirements.
October 1, 2016
Levaco Chemicals’ products include specialty chemicals such as dispersants, emulsifiers, wetting agents and anti-foaming agents used in agriculture, fiber manufacturing, paints and coatings. Levaco also manufactures specialty chemicals for major chemical companies on a contract basis.
In the 21st century manufacturing world, process heating systems have become an essential part of the overall manufacturing operation for many industries. Almost every finished consumer product requires some form of heat-treating method, whether it is baking, curing, annealing or drying at some point in the production process.
Submerged combustion is a method of direct-contact heating that has been practiced in a range of industries for several decades. This article explains the basic concepts of submerged combustion. It can be applied to process heating of industrial aqueous solutions and slurries as well as to the evaporation of solutions for the purposes of concentration or volume reduction.
Heat transfer fluid heating systems often are a critical aspect of many manufacturing processes. If the heat transfer fluid running through these systems is not properly operated, monitored and maintained, fluid replacement may be required before the expected fluid lifetime.
Suited for areas where flammable gases, vapors or finely pulverized dusts may exist, the EPF-HPSM-24-480V has three spark-resistant cast-aluminum blades that move stale air at a rate of up to 6,860 ft3/min.
FlashLink Mini TTI is a single-use device that monitors seafood products, helping companies meet FDA guidelines as set forth in the Fish and Fishery Products Hazards and Controls Guidance as well as the Food Safety Modernization Act requirements.
On January 1, 2017, the revised (EU) No 517/2014 regulation states that equipment containing F-gases must be labeled with a reference that the equipment contains fluorinated greenhouse gases, the name of the refrigerant, the quantity of gas (expressed in kilograms) and CO2 equivalent along with the global warming potential (GWP) value of the refrigerant.
An electrically heated, 500°F (260°C) walk-in oven, No. 973 is used to cure rubber parts in rotating baskets. Workspace dimensions measure 36 x 60 x 60”, and 40 KW are installed in Incoloy-sheathed tubular elements.