Biomass Energy Systems

Biomass Energy Systems assist in the combustion of waste materials in an efficient manner, minimizing emissions and leveraging a range of fuels. Fuel feed, furnace, and ash conveyor systems are included.


Thermal Fluid Systems

Thermal Fluid Systems

We offer two standard types of thermal fluid heating systems: HC-1 and HC-2.  A range of customized solutions are available that incorporate custom engineered thermal fluid heaters along with complete systems, parts, and ongoing support.



Electric Process Heaters

Standard and custom electric heater designs are available from 2 to 60 watts per square inch. Electric Immersion and Circulation heater styles are typically utilized.



Process Bath Heaters

Water-Glycol Bath heaters can heat various mediums safely. These heaters indirectly heat liquids and gases as the medium passes through process coils that are submerged into a bath solution for heating.



Automation Solutions

Safety Instrumented Systems, Basic Process Control Systems, Burner Management and Combustion Control, Electrical and  Functional Safety Engineering and Design, Upgrades/Modifications and Training.



Direct Fired Heaters

Available in both convection and radiant-convective styles, direct fired heaters are designed for flexibility, can be configured in various ways, and utilized to achieve single or multi-style configuration. API style heaters are offered too.



Waste Heat Recovery

Solutions for minimizing waste and maximizing recovery in plant process heating, combustion air preheating, boiler feed water preheating, and building heating. State/federal funding are often available for these types of projects.


High-Pressure Steam Generators

High-Pressure Steam Generators

Typically used in the process of edible oil deodorization, this closed-looped (hermetically sealed) system produces steam for high-temperature applications. This steam generator is able to produce non-toxic process heat while offering the same advantages of a conventional hot oil system.


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