The strength of today’s building products are as much tied to the unique engineering of materials as they are to the combustion systems needed to effectively and consistently process these products.
Global Building Products manufacturers seek Honeywell Combustion Safety’s proven services as our teams have extensive experience and expertise ensuring the safety, efficiency and reliable operations of many standard and unique combustion systems. Honeywell Combustion Safety’s experience and expertise servicing the systems and key markets include:
- Thermal Oxidizers
- Grinding Mills
- Wood Products
- Steel Structures
ADDITIONAL BUILDING MATERIALS RESOURCES
10 Tips on Combustion System Care
Whether a simple pilot burner or a large velocity burner, combustion equipment is designed to operate at a recognizable and repeatable level of performance. Learning about this equipment and appreciating how efficiently it can perform for you will save energy and maintenance budgets.
Safe and Efficient Testing for Gas Train Safety
Safe and efficient gas train component testing is everyone’s goal; however, there are risks associated with various test methods and equipment that must be understood to make testing easier and more accurate. There are two possible approaches; this article discusses each.
Making Sure Steam Piping is Safe
When screening high pressure (below 300 psig) piping systems normally encountered within industrial steam plants, safety issues related to the design and/or installation of pipe, valves, flanges, and components used in these systems must remain a top concern. Although not an all-inclusive guide to safe practices, the following provides insights for understanding and conducting a simple screening of a steam piping system.
Explosion Leads to Creation of Best-in-Class Safety Program
A global manufacturer of paper and building materials had a minor explosion at one of their Southern U.S. plants. CEC Combustion Safety was contacted to test and inspect the site of the event, which lead to an investigation that highlighted numerous gaps in equipment, personnel, and NFPA 86 (standard for ovens and furnaces) compliance across all sites.
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