Valves, bearings, power supplies, coatings, oxidizers adn insulation - if you are looking for systems, components or supplies, you will undoubtedly find them here.

Process Heating Equipment

Total air pollution control systems, ovens, dryers, washers and complete finishing systems can be custom engineered, designed, manufactured and installed. Services include turnkey installation, preventative maintenance programs and integrated systems for optimum performance in a range of process applications.

July 2001, RS# 117

Epcon Industrial Systems Inc.

(936) 273-1774

Impedance Pipe Heating

Systems are designed for carbon or stainless steels as well as alloy piping and are used in chemical, oil, food, water, liquid and gas applications. Temperatures to more than 1,000oF (538oC) are possible, and the low voltage, low watt density heating approach provides design flexibility.

July 2001, RS# 125

Banner Engineering & Sales

(800) 837-0583

Post-Extrusion Mixing Device

Kenics Thermogenizer ensures color and additive distribution as well as uniform temperatures over a broad range of thermoplastics. Mixing is achieved by a stationary static mixing element assembly that induces flow divisions in the melt stream. Flow splitting combined with axial rotation of the stream ensures continuous transfer of material back and forth between the wall and center of the stream.

July 2001, RS# 127

Chemineer Inc.

(978) 687-0101

Multifunctional Gas Valve

VG Series gas valve bodies are combined with the SKP Series electrohydraulic actuators to provide multiple flow control functions, including shutoff, constant pressure regulation and air/gas ratio control. Design allows fewer gas train components to be used, which results in lower pressure drops and smaller diameter trains.

July 2001, RS# 124

Siemens Building Technologies

(800) 877-7545, ext. 5120

Thermal Oxidizer

Direct-fired recuperative thermal oxidizer can be used to clean a manufacturing exhaust stream that contains organic hydrocarbon contaminants. It processes 21,000 scfm of exhaust and uses primary and secondary heat recovery subsystems to recapture a large amount of heat energy for reuse in the process. The primary recovery subsystem preheats the oxidizer's inlet airstream before it enters the combustion chamber. The secondary heat recovery subsystem mixes a controlled portion of the hot, clean, oxidized exhaust air with room air to supply energy to a process oven. The remainder of the captured heat is used to fire a waste heat boiler that produces steam.

July 2001, RS# 120

Glenro Inc.

(888) 453-6761

Boiler Reduces Gas Usage

WX gas/low NOX high or low pressure steam boiler uses less fuel than firetube boilers. In-service efficiency is maximized by its computerized vertical water tube design, compact pressure vessel that minimizes heat loss, and 10 min steam production from cold start.

July 2001, RS# 212

Miura Boiler West Inc.

(847) 465-0001

Teflon-Laminate Tape

TFL-C Series is manufactured with fully crack-free film, PTFE over the yarns and high temperature adhesive with a range of -100 to 550oF (-73 to 288oC). Used in applications requiring smooth, high slip/nonstick release surfaces, the copper-colored pressure-sensitive Teflon/ glass tape is resistant to chemicals, extreme temperatures, wear and tear, cut through, breaking and flow under heat and pressure. It can be used in direct contact with food.

July 2001, RS# 131

CS Hyde Co.

(800) 461-4161

Gas-Fired Steam Superheater

GS Series is packaged with all controls prewired for ease of installation. Steam superheater is used where conventional firetube boilers cannot provide the superheated or very dry steam required by certain processes, machinery, turbines or other equipment that cannot tolerate the condensation that can occur in long distribution lines. Gas-fired superheater can have operating pressures up to 800 psi and temperatures up to 1,200oF (649oC). The pressurized coil is built to ASME Section 1 standards and is supplied with either National Board or CRN registration.

July 2001, RS# 126

Acme Engineering Prod. Inc.

(518) 536-5659

Pump Transfers High Temperature Fluids

Engineered for low flow, high head, high temperature applications, MPH Series provides effective fluid handling at temperatures up to 536oF (280oC) with no cooling water required. With a finned frame adapter that ensures good heat dissipation, the pump utilizes rare earth Samarium Cobalt magnets. Six models are offered in 316 stainless steel, Alloy 20 or Hastelloy C construction. It can handle flows to 150 gal/min and heads to 190'.

July 2001, RS# 137

Magnatex Pumps Inc.

(713) 972-8666

Pressure Reducer System

Pillarless construction and diameter- independent spring ranges are features of Predu. Additional features of the pressure reducer system include a screwed seat and a marginal seat, three exchangeable spring sizes, a balancing bellow and a sealing bellow, and easy change of spring and actuator.

July 2001, RS# 111

Ari Valve

(770) 933-8845

Butterfly Valve

Bronze bushings and a streamlined disc design are among the features of Mosser AW/CW 15/25 light-duty butterfly valve. It is offered in a combination of materials and can accommodate pressure differentials up to 25 psi in sizes from 2 to 12" and 15 psi in sizes from 14 to 72". Valves can be repacked without removal from line.

July 2001, RS# 114


(610) 770-1100

Direct-Drive Gauge

Gauge's direct-drive design eliminates gears or bearings that can jam. Its integral plastic socket bonds easily into plastic components, yet the rugged gauge is up to four times more shock resistant than conventional-movement gauges. Offered in ranges from 60 to 400 psi, the Ashcroft gauge is sized as 1.57 and 1.97" (40 and 50 mm) back-connect designs.

July 2001, RS# 133

Dresser Instrument

(203) 378-8281

Direct-Fired Steam/Vapor Generator

Offering a 98% efficient direct-fired technology, clean burning combustion burner process saves 40 to 60% more fuel than boiler systems and meets all air quality and emission guidelines. Equipment is operated when heat is required with or without automatic controls. The nonpressurized system does not require retubing, blowdown, inspections or boiler repairs.

July 2001, RS# 214


(727) 573-2323

Fluid Heat Transfer System

Single-fluid system can be constructed to meet the needs of the application. System can include instruments that match the user's stores or satisfy critical space limitations. Temperature ranges are

-50 to 700oF (-46 to 371oC) using water/glycol or heat transfer fluids. Indoor, outdoor and explosionproof capabilities allow it to interface with any plant utilities.

July 2001, RS# 128

Budzar Industries Inc.

(440) 918-0505

Mica Insulation Plates

Cogetherm P withstands heat to 1,832oF (1,000oC) and Cogetherm M resists pressures to 58,000 psi. Nonasbestos, mica-based materials, they also resist most chemicals and exhibit dielectric strength up to 625 V/mil. They are offered in thicknesses up to 3" and can be machined, water jet or laser cut to user specifications. Applications include electrical and fireproof insulation panels, electrical or thermal barriers, heaters and heating elements.

July 2001, RS# 129

Cogebi Inc.

(603) 749-6896

Heating Elements

Molybdenum disilicide heating elements are offered in various sizes and configurations, and specialty elements are available.

July 2001, RS# 123

Micropyretics Heaters Intl. Inc.

(513) 772-0404

Fiberglass Sleeving

Nonfraying, heat treated and saturated with high temperature resin binder, fiberglass sleeving has high tensile strength and is nonflammable, heat resistant and noncorrosive to metals. The saturant helps produce a soft flexible sleeving that has good fray and splay resistance when cut. Thermoline 710 braided E-glass has a temperature rating of 1,200oF (649oC) and is rated NEMA Grade C-3. It is suited for use in high temperature, low voltage applications such as shunts, carbon brushes and heating appliances.

July 2001, RS# 121

Hi-Temp Electric Co

Power Supply

CPS Series is offered with an instantaneous gain stable option that improves process repeatability by reducing plasma/generator interaction and modulated power envelope. The radio frequency power-generating system can withstand erratic loads.

July 2001, RS# 112

Comdel Inc., RF Power Systems

(800) 468-3144

Dielectric Heating

RF dielectric oven can be used to dry or cure a range of products. The system provides precise control of the heating process, repeatable results, single-button setup, optimized energy efficiency, continuous data capture and dynamic matching of the load and generator. Analog and digital interfaces are provided.

July 2001, RS# 116

Electrotechnical Engineering Ltd.,

a subsidiary of Comdel Inc.

(+44) 1256 766914

Flameless Heat Gun

Heavy-duty heat gun is offered in four models with temperature and power ratings up to 1,000oF (538oC) and 1,470 W (120 V). Features include a double-protected element housing, re-inforced mica-insulated ceramic heating elements, die-cast aluminum housing, adjustable air intake, high speed universal motor, accessible brush holders, three-position off-on-hot switch, nonslip rubber-backed base and oil-resistant Neoprene three-wire cordset.

July 2001, RS# 138

Master Appliance Corp.

(262) 633-7791

Tape-and-Tube Assemblies

Hot Tube is a manufacturing process where user-specified tubing can be precisely wrapped with any model of the company's precision heat tape. User specifies input voltage, wattage or temperature requirements, method of control and ambient conditions, and manufacturer designs to suit application. Complete tape-and-tube assemblies, bulk coils or heat-traced tubing or custom adhesive-backed tape assemblies with leads can be created.

July 2001, RS# 132

Clayborn Lab

(530) 587-4700

Water Filter

Filter protects heat exchangers and prevents clogging of nozzles, tubes and other narrow passages by removing dirt particles down to micron size, of any specific gravity, from once-through and recirculating cooling water systems. Line-pressure powered, the filter cleans itself without external power and does not interrupt system flow. It installs in any position, including upside down.

July 2001, RS# 140

Orival Inc.

(800) 567-9767

High Viscosity Processor

Model UHT/HTSTLab-HVH is a processing system designed to simulate industrial processes ranging from continuous cooking to ultra-high temperature (UHT) processes used to extend shelf life and aseptic packaging. It is equipped to handle high and low viscosity products with or without small particles.

July 2001, RS# 136

MicroThermics Inc.

(919) 878-8045

Heat Processing Systems

Used in aluminum, aerospace, textile and foundry applications, heat processing systems and equipment can be designed with drop bottom and continuous configurations. Continuous T6, mesh belt hardening lines, roller hearth and batch systems are suited for use in many casting processes.

July 2001, RS# 115

Consolidated Engineering Co.

(770) 422-5100

Thermal Oxidizer

Combu-Changer requires less space than other VOC removal technologies. A 60,000 scfm installation with two standard modules occupies about 1,200 ft2of floor space and a volume of 8,400 ft3.

July 2001, RS# 162

Alstom Power Inc., Air Preheater Co., Raymond Operations

(630) 971-2500

Self-Lubricating Cam Follower

Cam follower with self-lubricating Graphalloy bushings operates in environments up to 750oF (399oC) as well as hostile or submerged applications. Graphalloy, a graphite/metal alloy, does not contain oil or grease, which can harden, burn up or wash away. Under high temperatures or loads, the material will not soften or extrude. Applications include oven doors, control arms and oven tray supports.

July 2001, RS# 119

Graphite Metallizing Corp.

(914) 968-8400

Stainless Steel Strainer

Thompson strainer removes particulate and debris from water and other liquid streams. It utilizes an inverted conical screen element and dynamic flow patterns to force heavier particulate such as particles and sediment to fall into a de-bris reservoir at the base of the strainer. Particulate is flushed from the reservoir via the debris flush port and removed from the system.

July 2001, RS# 139

Miller-Leaman Inc.

(386) 248-0500

Energy Recovery Systems

Secondary and tertiary energy recovery systems allow users to capture otherwise lost heat and maximize energy dollars. Energy recovery is accomplished through the use of air-to-air heat exchangers or thermal fluid systems. Hot/chilled water or steam demands can be supplied through the use of a waste heat boiler or adsorption chiller. In northern climates, facilities can use excess energy as makeup air to the building for space heating.

July 2001, RS# 122

Megtec Systems

(920) 366-2793

Pump/Trap Combo Removes Condensate

GT10L PowerTrap removes condensate from steam heat exchangers with limited clearance. Combining the pump and trap inside the same body reduces piping and eliminates the risk of selection or installation errors. Unit has combination flanged and NPT connections for ease of installation. The low profile design is available in sizes to 1.5" and provides capacity to 4,400 lb/hr.

July 2001, RS# 143

TLV Corp.

(704) 597-9070

Oscillator and Amplifier Tubes

Designed for use in radio frequency process heating systems, oscillator and amplifier tubes are suited for woodworking, steel, automotive, textile, plastics, ceramic, chemical and food processing industries.

July 2001, RS# 130

CPI, Eimac Div.

(800) 414-8823