In our December 2021 edition of Process Heating: How to select a steam injection heater for your hot water needs, pairing ORC technology and heat exchangers to help capture lost thermal energy, a look back at articles on topics that matter to you most and much more!
Process Heating covers the gamut of low temperature thermal processing technologies througout the year. To help you be sure not to miss any articles on the topics that matter to you most, we've compiled an index of our 2021 articles organized by topic.
Many of the world’s industries have been recovering heat from exhaust gases for decades. For instance, in both metal and plastics processing, producers often recover heat from flue gases emitted from the production processes. The recovered heat can be reused or converted into electrical energy or steam.
Prospective users of steam injection heating equipment often ask how to select an appropriate inline heater or tank jet sparger for an application. The answer to that question will vary depending on the type of fluid and the process heating requirements for the application.
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A bakery in the Midwest United States installed a catalytic oxidizer for the abatement of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). In this application, the bakery oven exhaust contains VOCs like ethanol that must be removed before release to the atmosphere.
A process analytics software manufacturer will expand its efforts to integrate machine-learning algorithms into its applications. Seeq expects these improvements can help organizations incorporate data science investments — and their open source and third-party machine-learning algorithms — in their existing operations and allow access by operators and other front-line employees.
A continuous annealing and chemical pretreatment line for processing strip coils for the aluminum market reportedly has produced its first hot coil. The processed coil surface quality and performance of the line meet the producer’s requirements, according to system manufacturer Tenova.
Kanthal will sell its semiconductor capital equipment business to Yield Engineering Systems Inc. (YES) of Fremont, Calif. Kanthal will continue to produce its semiconductor and solar-related, resistance-based cassettes and heating elements.
Mobile-friendly, cloud-based Miura Connect allows industrial boiler users to perform real-time remote monitoring. Designed as a “living application,” the IIoT technology will allow Miura to continue optimizing and adding features.
Consisting of a PVDF disc, fiber-reinforced polyamide housing and EPDM or FKM seals, the thermoplastic butterfly valve is suitable for pressures up to 232 psi (16 bar) and temperatures from 14 to 176°F (-10 to 80°C).