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Combustion and safety seminars presented by the Industrial Heating Equipment Association may look different this fall, but IHEA will still deliver essential content. The seminars for process-heating professionals responsible for the operation, design and maintenance of industrial process furnaces and ovens will be delivered through a virtual platform.
Learning about industrial combustion equipment and appreciating how efficiently it can perform for you will save your energy and maintenance budgets. To read the full article, visit 10 Tips on Combustion System Care. To take advantage of our continuing education courses, visit thermalcenter.bnpmedia.com.
Three technical seminars from the Industrial Heating Equipment Association will be held concurrently with Furnaces North America (FNA), a three-day trade show from the Metal Treating Institute. Hosted by the convention center in downtown Indianapolis, the seminars and tradeshow will be held October 8-10. According to the two organizations, being located in the same venue will allow attendees and manufacturers to expand their technical knowledge and spend time on the exhibit floor.
The provisions made for thermal expansion and draining of the thermal oil are key factors to consider for the successful installation of any thermal oil heating system. Important system design principles like this often are overlooked; instead, the focus is placed on specific components like pumps, valves or the heater itself.
Intended for industrial process-heating operators and users of all types of industrial heating equipment, IHEA’s “Fundamentals of Industrial Process Heating” online learning course is scheduled to begin March 13.
In multiple-burner installations on industrial ovens and furnaces, pulse-firing techniques can improve temperature uniformity, reduce emissions and cut overall fuel costs. Is it right for your process?
Many industrial manufacturers are learning that pulsing burners — from high fire to low fire — is a quick way to reduce costs, improve safety and meet emission-level targets for industrial furnaces and ovens.