Heaters

Department of Energy Confirms Ultra-High Energy Efficiency of Cambridge Engineering

Report Demonstrates Significant Savings in Direct Comparison Between SA-Series HTHV Direct Gas-Fired Heaters and Standard Unit Heaters ST. LOUIS – A report recently published by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) demonstrates significant energy savings in a field study comparison between Cambridge Engineering's SA-Series HTHV direct gas-fired heaters and standard unit heaters. Commissioned...

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Medium Voltage Solutions for Cost-Effective Electrical Heating in Heavy Industries
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Medium Voltage Solutions for Cost-Effective Electrical Heating in Heavy Industries

Background Petrochemical and other heavy industries such as power generation, oil, and gas need high wattage (multi-MW) electrical heating solutions. Until now, meeting this demand has required low voltage electrical heating systems (less than 1000V). These industries continuously seek electrical heating solutions that are not only cost effective and efficient but can also withstand the rigour of...

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Geothermal Equipment

Geothermal System at Camp Lincoln Cited In National Engineering Competition

Springfield Firm's Innovative Technologies Improve Comfort, Reduce Costs WASHINGTON, DC – Hanson Professional Services, Inc., of Springfield, Ill., has earned a National Recognition Award for exemplary engineering achievement in the American Council of Engineering Companies' (ACEC) 49th annual Engineering Excellence Awards for designing a hybrid geothermal heating and cooling system to...

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Immersion Heaters

Heat Trace Cable vs. Immersion Heaters

With the advancement in technology and increase in industrial demand, industries have started to mobilize over different heating methodologies, such as whether to use heating cables or immersion heaters. Heating cables are normally known as heat trace cables and can be used for various purposes- such as for viscosity control, residential roof and gutter, pipe tracing, temperature process...

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Desiccant and Membrane Dryers

Energy Savings on Process Heating Units

A leading supplier of performance polymers with products used in a wide range of applications, including adhesives, coatings, sealants, lubricants, etc. was increasing the production capabilities of one of its four polymer process lines.Â-  The increase in production capabilities would come from the upgrade of several process heating sources such as heat exchangers and dryers as well as...

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Control Panels

UL 508A Compliant Heaters Being Offered from DBK USA

Safety is a critical feature for electrical components, and in the past, there were no written guidelines from the NEC to the electrical inspector that ensured electrical safety for control panels. The NEC came up with a new installation code, Article 409, which became effective January 1, 2005. In this new article, it requires that industrial control panels must be marked with a short circuit...

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Water Heaters (HVAC)

Heat Pump Water Heater cuts facility's carbon footprint.

Consisting of 2 pieces of equipment, Ilios™ HEWH-500-AS Split SystemÂ- combines engine-driven heat pump portion, which is contained in small acoustic enclosure within building mechanical space, and remote air-source evaporator package, which can be placed outside mechanical room. Since remote evaporator has minimal service needs, it can be placed in difficult-to-access...

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Induction Heaters

Energy Savings with New Induction Units

More efficient air conditioning without loss in comfort Tobias Lorson's goal is lower energy input without a reduction in comfort level. The team leader in Facility Management at Robert Bosch GmbH sees a promising path to more energy efficiency in the refurbishment of the old induction system. Operational tests with the manufacturer LTG of Stuttgart, Germany in two test rooms have shown the...

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Ambrell Sells EKOHEAT for Wire Heating Application
Induction Heaters

Ambrell Sells EKOHEAT for Wire Heating Application

TheÂ- induction system will be used to heat various size copper wires for coating curing Scottsville, NY – Ambrell, a leading manufacturer of induction heating systems, has sold an EKOHEAT 60 kW/30 kHz induction heating system for a wire heating application. The client needed to heat various sizes of copper wire to 325 °C (617 °F) at a rate of 10 meters (32.8 feet) per...

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Surface Plates

Programmable Hot Plate allows direct work on heater surface.

Featuring 12 x 12 in.Â- milled-flat cast aluminum heater top, EchoTherm™Ã‚ Model HP61A offers even heating with ambient to 450°C range controlled to ±1°C of target. Programming is done via front panel membrane switch and LCD, and accuracy is 1% of reading. Unit stores 10 programs with up to 10 steps – temperature, temperature ramp rate, time – in memory...

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3Sixty Mission Critical Launches New Service Offering UPS as a Service As A Cost Effective Alternative to UPS Equipment Ownership
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3Sixty Mission Critical Launches New Service Offering UPS as a Service As A Cost Effective Alternative to UPS Equipment Ownership

At 3Sixty Mission Critical, we specialize in maintaining the performance and uptime of our customer's mission-critical applications. Our services are comprehensive and designed to take on the entire burden of maintenance. Our "UPS as a service" is just another example of how we develop out of the box solutions to help our customers operate more efficiently; see our video to earn more.

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