Multi-gas detector can simultaneously detect up to seven gases including, flammable gases, vapors and oxygen. It is suited for use in chemical, oil and gas, mining, pharmaceutical and water treatment applications.
In an interview with Editor Linda Becker, Matthew Konkle with Dürr Megtec explains the types of technologies used for emissions control in the process industries and offers advice for proactive and reactive maintenance of these systems.
The three largest contributors to the formation of NOX are industrial sources, natural sources and agricultural sources. Abatement and control technology for NOX includes a variety of solutions. Among them are oxidizers, low NOX burners and selective and non-selective catalytic reduction units.
Registration is open for IHEA’s “Fundamentals of Industrial Process Heating” online course, which begins on April 15. The program is suited for industrial process heating equipment operators and users of all types of industrial heating equipment. Students learn about safe, efficient operation of industrial heating equipment; how to reduce energy consumption; and ways to help improve a company’s bottom-line.
The Industrial Heating Equipment Association will celebrate its 90th anniversary at the 2019 Annual Meeting April 29-May 1 at Lido Beach Resort in Sarasota, Fla. IHEA members will enjoy the camaraderie created by the ever-popular social events and presentations. The annual meeting provides opportunities for attendees to get involved with important industry-related developments while exploring new business contacts and growing relationships.
The Columbus Flat Roll Division of Steel Dynamics Inc. will invest $140 million to add a continuous hot-dip galvanizing line at its plant in Columbus, Miss. The line, designed and manufactured by Fives, will be capable of producing 400,000 tons per year of unexposed automotive steel grades and specialized steel grades.
Pac Series allows users to select among 18 sensors models for the detection of up to 33 gases. The monitors can detect standard gases such as carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide, sulfur dioxide and oxygen as well as special gases such as ozone, phosgene and nitrogen dioxide.
Superior Boiler LLC, Richmond, Va., promoted Ryan Poznanczyk to sales manager. He will lead sales, marketing and business development activities for the company’s industrial watertube boilers, biomass combustion systems, flextube boilers, engineered modular systems and heat recovery steam generators. Poznanczyk has been with Superior (formerly English Boiler) for more than 10 years.