Thermal & Heating Equipment, Waste Handling Equipment

Webster Ships Class I, Div. II Burner

July 26, 2013

Winfield, Kansas – Webster Engineering announces the shipment of a HDRV5G/G process gas burner especially designed for Class I, Div. II hazardous locations.  The unit has an output of 14,200 MBH and uses the Fireye PPC6000 linkageless control system. The burner is equipped with Webster's patented Temp-A-Trim air density trim system.  This HDRV burner will burn a variety of waste gases... Read More

Electrical Equipment & Systems, Thermal & Heating Equipment, Waste Handling Equipment, Green & Clean

Access Energy Reaches Distributor Agreement with Daiichi Jitsugyo for Incineration Market in Japan

April 15, 2013

Cerritos, Calif. – Access Energy has granted exclusive rights to Daiichi Jitsugyo to sell its Thermapower™ ORC (Organic Rankine Cycle) Modules for incineration applications in Japan.  Daiichi Jitsugyo installed a Thermapower™ Module at a private incineration facility in Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan in October of last year.  The system is generating clean power from the hot flue gas... Read More

Waste Handling Equipment, Green & Clean

Air Curtain Burning Better than Grinding

January 21, 2013

PALM CITY, Fla. - In New York City, The Army Corp of Engineers, the US EPA and FEMA are using a much better alternative to wood debris removal than in many past disasters. They are using Air Curtain Burners by Air Burners, Inc., the most cost effective and environmentally sensitive method of eliminating vegetative waste. Air Curtain machines do not require grinding or chipping. Whole logs,... Read More

Thermal & Heating Equipment, Waste Handling Equipment

Webster Engineering Ships Alternative Fuel Burner

November 21, 2012

Winfield, Kansas - Webster Engineering announces the shipment of another alternative fuel burner. This model burns a combination of LP gas and Syngas (waste gas). The base burner is a HDRV burner with a triple head arrangement. One head is for the syngas and the remaining heads are for two volumes of LP gas depending on the amount of LP required for good combustion. In this case, the syngas... Read More

Controls & Controllers, Thermal & Heating Equipment, Transportation Industry Products, Waste Handling Equipment

Ignition Circuit is designed for industrial oil/gas burners.

September 29, 2009

CoronaArc circuit incorporates additional high-voltage transformer and supporting diode to create continuous high-voltage DC spark at firing end. Spark current at surface of igniter electrode enables spark gap to be referenced to ground potential and concurrently serve as directed pathway through which stored energy of capacitor discharges high-current arc. Read More

Waste Handling Equipment, Green & Clean

ABUTEC Selected for 18 Additional CDM Compliant Flares

September 14, 2009

ABUTEC LLC, Kennesaw, Ga., received orders for 18 medium-temperature ground flare (MTF) units to handle the emissions from 18 biodigestor facilities. The project is an effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and requires strict emission monitoring and compliance, in accordance with Kyoto Protocol and the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) initiatives. ABUTEC supplied 13 MTF units in early 2008... Read More

Chemical Processing & Waste Management, Waste Handling Equipment, Green & Clean

Ceilcote Air Pollution Control Announces Major Hazardous Waste Treatment Project Award

March 6, 2009

January 29, 2009<4444>Strongsville, Ohio. Ceilcote Air Pollution Control, a global leader in the design and manufacture of systems for industrial waste treatment and air pollution control, received a 7.2 million dollar contract for the design and supply of a complete process system for destruction of gaseous and liquid silicone chemical waste streams. The system will consist of a down-flow... Read More

Waste Handling Equipment

Marine Incinerators

February 9, 2007

ACS' (M)CA-100 incinerator has been approved by the United States Coast Guard (USCG) and American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) for shipboard use. The incinerator has been proven to be in compliance with the International Maritime Organization's (IMO) MARPOL 73/78 and MEPC.76(40) pollution prevention standards. The MARPOL specification requires stringent limits for emissions as well as numerous... Read More

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