Articles explore the burgeoning oil and gas industry, including hydraulic fracturing operations, as well as ethanol and biofuel manufacturing. The technologies covered focus on the role of heat and thermal processing equipment.
Multi-gas detector can simultaneously detect up to seven gases including, flammable gases, vapors and oxygen. It is suited for use in chemical, oil and gas, mining, pharmaceutical and water treatment applications.
Use the 2019 edition of our industrial oven selection tool to compare oven manufacturers and find those experienced with your industrial heating process.
March 1, 2019
Industrial ovens cover the gamut of configurations, heating methods and manufacturing processes. With so many suppliers offering a range of designs, how do you know where to start? Use our online Equipment Overview to identify prospective suppliers for your next oven buying project.
The design of the Novaplex Vector process triplex diaphragm pump reduces the installation footprint by arranging pump heads in three dimensions. The arrangement of the heads also reduces the number of crankshaft bearings from six to two, compared with traditional triplex pumps.
A provider of natural gas and natural gas liquids as well as crude oil storage, distribution, transmission and transportation services, Dallas-based EnLink Midstream has operations in the most prolific oil-and-gas region in the United States.
A gas-fired car-bottom oven with a fume incinerator will be used by a company in the oil-and-gas industry for prebaking drill-pipe joints. Manufactured and shipped by Wisconsin Oven, East Troy, Wis., the industrial oven is capable of heating 70,000 lb of steel from a cold start to 750°F within 75 minutes.
Pac Series allows users to select among 18 sensors models for the detection of up to 33 gases. The monitors can detect standard gases such as carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide, sulfur dioxide and oxygen as well as special gases such as ozone, phosgene and nitrogen dioxide.
BelGas FM flame arrestors stop ignited vapors from traveling backward into the vent line or tank, preventing explosions, burns and other hazards. The line of flame arrestors includes burner, inline, stack and vent arrestors.