Combustion Equipment in South Carolina

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by PacWest Global, LLC     based in Beaverton, OREGON (USA)

Gasification allows us to safely transform wasted resources into clean energy while reducing the volume of waste by over 90%.

Evaporation System

by Environmental Recycling Alternatives, Inc.     based in Banner Elk, NORTH CAROLINA (USA)

EVAPORATION system is designed to efficiently evaporate waste waters and remove the settled solids buildup from the evaporator tank bottom. A submerged burner tube fires below the solution level, which achieves 95%+ energy efficiency. The hot gas contact with the liquid creates almost instantaneous vapor while the combustion gasses rapidly mix ...

Combustion Control System

by Jakob Stiefel GmbH     based in Wetzikon, SWITZERLAND

The combustion control system is a central element of the modern waste incineration. Based on its long-term experience, the Stiefel Ltd. converted their know-how into the STIEFEL combustion control system.

RADMAX - Ultra Low NOx Radiant Burners

by Maxon Corporation- a Honeywell Company     based in Muncie, INDIANA (USA)

RADMAX Radiant Low NOx Burners are designed to deliver uniform, high intensity radiant energy for moisture removal in textile and paper ovens, powder coating, and paint drying, as well as many pre-heat, plastic forming, annealing and heat treating operations. With innovative ceramic or metal foam tiles, the RADMAX low NOx burner produces low to ...

Combustion Control Panels

by Maxon Corporation- a Honeywell Company     based in Muncie, INDIANA (USA)

MAXON Control Panels provide the primary operator interface with combustion systems of varying sizes to meet your specific control needs.

Model HTV Support - High-Temperature Flares

by C-nox GmbH & Co. KG     based in Neumünster, GERMANY

High-Temperature Flares for environmentally compatible combustion, lean gases require added support gas, such as natural gas or propane. Here again, the controlled gas/air ratio ensures the required combustion temperature of >1000 °C inside the combustion chamber. As a variation from the standard technology, in this flare type the required ...

Model HTV Advanced - High-Temperature Flares

by C-nox GmbH & Co. KG     based in Neumünster, GERMANY

If the combustion air is heated upstream of the combustion process, the consumption of the support gas required for the combustion of lean gases can be significantly reduced.  The necessary heat is taken from the exhaust gas and guided into the combustion chamber via heat exchangers. If the dimensioning is right, for example methane ...

Laboratory Gas Burners to DIN 30665 with DVGW Approval

by JUCHHEIM Laborgeräte GmbH     based in Bernkastel Kues, GERMANY

Juchheim's D series (= DIN) of laboratory burners are manufactured and tested according to DIN 30665. Among other matters, the standard requires that the gas flow cannot be completely shut off. This is achieved through the specially shaped jet needle. In this way the flame can be controlled between minimum and maximum levels, but cannot be shut ...

Model RCL - Catalytic Pilot Burner

by Precision Combustion, Inc. (PCI)     based in North Haven, CONNECTICUT (USA)

PCI's catalytic pilot burner technology is a simpler, less expensive and retrofittable version of our catalytic combustor, catalytically-stabilizing only a portion of the engine's fuel, but using that portion to enable improved combustion stability throughout the catalytic combustor. This is an 80/20 modification, seeking to deliver most of the ...

Downhole Steam Generator

by Precision Combustion, Inc. (PCI)     based in North Haven, CONNECTICUT (USA)

Precision Combustion, Inc. (PCI) has developed a catalytic combustor technology breakthrough that offers to fulfill the promise for a downhole steam generator for oil and gas production, a tool that has been long-sought by the oil and gas production industry. We are currently working to develop this technology into a practical tool for oil and gas ...

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