In our May 2022 edition of Process Heating, read our cover story on tips for selecting an infrared heater, a preview of the Process Heating & Cooling Show in June, how to improve combustion system safety and much more!
From glass manufacturing to textile production, companies utilize heat during their manufacturing processes. This article seeks to educate the reader on the principles of infrared heating and how to select an appropriate type of infrared heater for a given application.
Infrared radiation can provide energy-efficient heating because the thermal energy transfers directly from the heater to the body to be heated via electromagnetic waves in the infrared spectrum. Read about four real-world examples of how infrared technology helped improve industrial heating processes.
Specifying and selecting a regenerative thermal oxidizer (RTO) for control of your industrial process heating emissions can be a daunting task. Fortunately, there are tools available to increase your potential for success right from the start.
John Puskar, the president of Prescient Technical Services joined editor Linda Becker for a podcast to talk about the upcoming webinar on April 27 about “Heat Processing Equipment Risk Assessments: What Are They, and What Is a PHA?”
During her presentation at the Process Heating & Cooling show on June 16, Edye Buchanan will offer practical tips and takeaways about optimizing your heating system for energy efficiency. In this podcast, she offers a sneak peek and tips to put to use immediately.
A manufacturer in the energy industry will utilize a top-load oven to dry moisture from large electrical components. A pneumatically operated vertically hinged door allows for top loading and unloading of parts.
The United States Air Force (USAF) awarded Wall Colmonoy Aerobraze Engineered Technologies’ Oklahoma City operation a five-year contract for the remanufacture of F-15 fighter aircraft fin and plate heat exchangers at Mountain Home Air Force Base. The Idaho base houses the 366th Fighter Group.
Catalytic Products International installed a thermal combustor system (TCS) at a Southwestern fractionator for the treatment of waste gas containing hydrocarbons, aromatics and hydrogen sulfide emitted during an acid gas separation process.