Companies in all industries are constantly seeking ways to reduce a plant’s operating costs and carbon footprint. At the same time, they are looking to avoid costly utility-distribution improvements by optimizing the facility’s energy consumption.
The Marsh Bellofram Group of Companies created BelGas FM (Flame Management) division. The new unit will serve the oil and gas industry and provide flame arrestors, tank venting accessories, burners and specialty fabrication services.
Suited for emissions monitoring of boiler, furnace and other combustion applications, Model E6000 measures up to six gases simultaneously (O2, CO1, NO1, NO2, SO2, CXHY(HC), H2S) and has a built-in printer and full-color graphic display.
Recapturing waste heat allows you to capture thermal energy you would otherwise let escape up the stack and put it to work in your process. Air-to-air heat exchangers provide an effective means of capturing this otherwise lost resource.
With an ever-increasing focus on energy efficiency and improving system performance, industrial processors are looking for ways to achieve these goals while reducing costs and material usage wherever possible.
As concrete producers in colder climates renovate their ready-mix plants, they are finding that direct-contact water heaters provide ample hot water on demand — at lower cost than traditional direct-fired hot water tanks or boilers.
Scale and soot buildup on the boiler surfaces causes the equipment to run harder to maintain the same output, and both fuel and efficiency losses quickly ramp up. Effective boiler cleaning can restore boiler surfaces and efficiency.
Can boiler maintenance impact your bottom line? You bet it can. When a boiler is operating at optimum efficiency, it can help save thousands of dollars on a facility’s energy costs. Sounds great, but how can you make sure that happens?
Uniformly drying a non-uniform product is difficult. Decreasing the drying time of heat-sensitive products is challenging. One example is a three-dimensional product saturated with water — for instance, molded-fiber packaging products.
Series 6935SCE allows users to output real-time, high resolution, color video images to distributed control systems (DCSs), programmable logic controllers (PLCs), supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems, and a real-time web server to broadcast images on the plant’s local network.