Biomass Energy Systems
are used by industrial clients and assist in the combustion of waste materials in an efficient manner, minimizing emissions and leveraging a range of fuels. Some of the systems we offer include wet fuel furnaces, secondary combustion chambers, suspension burners, and biomass fired thermal fluid heaters.
Thermal Fluid Systems
includes two standard types: HC-1 and HC-2. We also offer a range of customized solutions that incorporate custom engineered thermal fluid heaters along with fluid systems, parts and ongoing support. Our team of engineers can help you decide which solution is beat for your particular needs, its application and business requirements.
Electric Process Heaters
are available in standard and customer heater designs from 2 to 60 watts per square inch. Heater styles utilized are typically Immersion and Circulation electric heaters. These products allow for flexibility in achieving most site applications and customer requirements, and can be shipped with or without skids.
Process Bath Heaters
are available to indirectly heat liquids and gases. The process coils of these devices are submerged into a bath solution (typically water-glycol mixtures) which are then heated by a burner located at the bottom of the heating vessel. This type of heater allows for the safe heating of various mediums.
are available via our full service Automation Group. Solutions focus on: Electrical & Functional Safety, Engineering & Design, Training, Basic Process Control Systems, Safety Instrumented Systems and Upgrades/Modifications. We offer comprehensive solutions that address complex industrial challenges and requirements.
Direct and Gas Fired Heaters
are available as both convection heaters and radiant convector heaters. Both of these style heaters can be configured in many ways depending on the business requirements. This flexibility is highly desired as almost any style of heater can be utilized to achieve a single or multi-style configuration.
Waste Heat Recovery
is an essential service in today’s energy focused society. Solutions to address minimizing waste and maximizing recovery include: plant process heating, combustion air preheating, boiler feed water preheating, and building heat. Benefits such as state/federal funding are often available for these types of projects.