It is no secret that emissions regulations are continuing the downward trend that we have seen in the last decade. Current regulations in many areas of the country — and even some corporate policies — are focused on single-digit NOx levels of 9 ppm.
A six-week online course offers the opportunity to learn about industrial process heating in the comfort and convenience of an office or home environment. Hosted by the Industrial Heating Equipment Association (IHEA) October 15 through November 25, it is designed to give flexibility to participants.
An upgraded combustion and emissions analyzer platform includes sensor protection, low-NOX measurement, near-field communications (NFC) and the ability to connect to and control the analyzer with a newly released mobile app.
Many industrial processors understand the importance of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and compliance with their various codes. Some even know the difference between the four oven classifications as defined by NFPA 86 Standards for Ovens and Furnaces.
With models available in the 400 to 2,500 MBH firing range, the EJB Series has an proprietary flame-retention head design to maintain stable and efficient combustion in many furnace configurations and conditions. The burners are factory wired, assembled and tested.
Fives opened a combustion research center in Europe to speed up the development of new technologies for the energy and oil-and-gas industries. The Fives European Combustion Centre in the province of Piacenza (northern Italy) will reduce the time to market of combustion systems that have improved energy performance, are more environmentally friendly and guarantee a high level of security, says the company.
Low temperature stainless steel shutoff valves are utilized for on/off control of fuel gas within gas fuel trains in process heating system burners. These systems are widely used by oil-and-gas firms and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) that operate or produce gas heating equipment or burner management systems (BMSs) in upstream pipelines and tanks.
Seeking to develop a two-part polymer adhesive bonding step in their assembly process, a medical-device manufacturer in the northern United States performed extensive design of experiments (DOE) with multiple variables.