Need to reduce emissions and energy used for process heating while increasing productivity at an energy-intensive plant? Selecting a combustion system that will suit the particular requirements of an application? Our specialists are here to look at your processes and suggest the most efficient and cost effective way to help reduce your energy bill.
Here at our company, combustion systems can be sized and designed to suit the specific requirements of an application, offering a purpose built solution to a problem whether it involves making steel or heating ladles, melting aluminium or heating your tanks. The systems can be incorporated into new applications or retrofitted to existing equipment, where they may overcome restrictions to production levels, created by ancillary elements such as the bag house. Valve trains and control panels are designed and built in-house, ensuring compliance with the relevant local codes. Having extensive knowledge of the many control options available and the various benefits they offer to particular applications, we can select the best burner and control package for an application that will ensure that optimum energy efficiency is achieved without compromising reliability. Read our case study on burner control panels and gas trains for soil remediation project at Point Cook, Victoria.
We know the energy saving techniques that will be effective and practical in operation and will suit each application, and those that will show the best ROI. We also offer a range of industrial burner systems for such process heating applications as: heat treatment furnaces, air heaters, aluminum melting furnaces, steel heating, ladle drying and heating, food processing, process drying and many others.
- Fuel savings and reduced emissions
- Increased reliability and product through put
- Supply of reliable brands of process burners and spares
- Experienced service staff, servicing boilers and burners, including on-site service
- Over 100 years of expertise in process combustion / burner sales
- 4 experts with 15 – 40 years of personal expertise in designing combustion systems