Honeywell Combustion Safety offerings include services geared
directly towards the metals industry. With Clients such as Alcoa,
ArcelorMittal, Kaiser Aluminum, Gerdau Long Steel, Charter Steel,
SAPA Extrusions and others. Our expertise expands into nearly
every type of metal process. We have the technical capabilities and
experience to provide a solution for any of your combustion system
Honeywell Combustion Safety has provided combustion services to
the steel industry in all phases of production from steel making to
forming process. Equipment that we service includes:
- Reheat Furnaces (Rotary, Pusher and Walking Beam)
- Continuous and Batch Annealing Furnaces
- Galvanizing Lines
- Catenary Furnaces
- All other Direct-Fired or Radiant Tube applications
- Basic Oxygen Furnace
- Ladle Metallurgy
- Ladle and Tundish Heating Operations
- Stove Combustion & Operations
- Blast Furnace Combustion & Operations
- Batch and Continuous Annealing
- Hot Strip Mill
Aluminum & Special Alloys
Honeywell Combustion Safety has extensive experience within aluminum and special alloy manufacturing via inspecting, testing and upgrading:
- Melting Furnaces
- Holding Furnaces
- Crucible Heating Stations
- Homogenizing Furnaces
- Annealing Furnaces
- Filter Boxes
ADDITIONAL METALS RESOURCES
Strategies for Energy Reduction in Today's World
This paper focuses on operational and maintenance related low cost/no cost strategies to reduce fuel costs and improve safety, reliability, and quality; discussing the basics of many ovens and furnaces used throughout the steel industry and steel processing facilities.
Preventive Maintenance Technologies Keep Metal Forming Company One Step Ahead
Preventive Maintenance (PM) programs can be made even better by adding new technologies such as airborne ultrasonic services for compressed air system leak detection and bearing monitoring, and infrared thermography to focus on electrical systems. Finding additional areas of wasted heat and energy innately result in cost savings, but the amounts may surprise you.
20 Tips to Cut Energy Costs
When it comes to cutting costs, many organizations focus on productivity, and although it is unmistakably very important, energy cost savings are also achievable yet often overlooked as solutions. Best operating practices, along with improved process heating technologies, can lead to significant energy savings at any plant.
Pulse Firing Doubles Capacity and Cuts Fuel Costs
In multiple burner installations on industrial ovens and furnaces, pulse-firing technologies can improve temperature uniformity, reduce emissions and cut overall fuel costs… is it right for your process?
Explosion Drives Creation of Corporate Training Program
A leading producer of steel in the United States, Canada and Europe had a furnace explode at their Northeastern U.S. facility. The explosion damaged process equipment and injured numerous people; drawing corporate leaders’ attention towards safety for their entire operations.
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