May 21, 2013
For original blog: http://www.stelterbrinck.com/blog/gun-style-air-heater-overview/
Gun style air heaters are a type of direct fired air heater, which earned their name due to their barrel shape. These air heaters can be used with a dirty air stream or an air stream which is low in oxygen. Gun style units can be found in many different industries including: chemical, ink, and sludge. Stelter & Brinck can design and manufacture gun style air heaters to meet your specific industry needs.
For more information, visit: http://www.stelterbrinck.com/gun-style-air-heaters.htm
May 7, 2013
Packaged Air Heaters are a type of direct fired air heater, which include a burner, blower, and control panel. Stelter & Brinck manufactures this type of industrial air heater for various industries, including chemical and paint. The Packaged Air Heaters are turnkey and are easy to use.
May 6, 2013
For original blog, http://www.stelterbrinck.com/blog/duct-air-heater-overview/
Duct Style Air Heaters are just one of the types of direct fired air heaters for industry. Duct Air Heaters generally come in two different models: fresh air and recirculating duct section air heaters. They can be customized to run off many different fuels. Duct Style Air Heaters are used in a wide variety of industries included clay, brick, and glass.
May 6, 2013
For original blog: www.stelterbrinck.com/blog/indirect-air-heater/
Indirect air heaters are used in processes where the contaminated by-product of combustion cannot contact with the end product. One industry that uses this type of heating is the food industry; indirect fired air heaters are used because of the need for pure, uncontaminated flavors.
February 27, 2013
For original blog:www.stelterbrinck.com/blog/process-heat-equipment-combustion-service/
Stelter & Brinck is a global supplier of process heat equipment, industrial burner service, and combustion equipment parts.
Stelter & Brinck provides a wide range of industries with the following equipment: air heaters, thermal and catalytic oxidizers, tundish and ladle dyers and preheaters, sow dryers, specialty ovens and furnaces, and other combustion systems.
Stelter & Brinck’s service offerings include burner preventive maintenance, safety audits, combustion equipment rebuilds, upgrades, repairs and parts; all of these combustion services are provided by a team of field technicians, whom are backed by S&B’s in-house engineering department.
February 12, 2013
For original blog: http://www.stelterbrinck.com/blog/about-stelter-brinck/
Henry Stelter and Larry Brinck started Stelter & Brinck over 90 years ago in 1922. Ever since the company’s foundation, S&B has been growing and evolving to meet the needs of their customers in the industry. Stelter & Brinck has come a long way from their beginnings as a manufacture representative agency, selling combustion equipment parts; S&B has evolved into an original equipment manufacturer, which provides combustion field services and combustion equipment parts.
While S&B has a long history in the process heat industry, their past is only a stepping stone for what is to come in the future.
February 8, 2013
As mentioned in previous blog, Stelter & Brinck’s blog is now up and running on their website. The blog went live February 2013. To stay up to date on S&B and the process heating industry, you can visit their blog at: http://www.stelterbrinck.com/blog/ . Feel free to leave some feedback about what topics you would like covered, or questions you’d like answered, on Stelter & Brinck’s blog.
February 1, 2013
Stelter & Brinck’s combustion service brochure has been recently made available for download via their company website. The brochure covers Stelter & Brinck’s repertoire of industrial burner services. Stelter & Brinck also provides customer testimonials, from a variety of different industries, in the brochure. Additionally, there is an assortment of Stelter & Brinck’s equipment photos including: air heaters, mill equipment, oxidizers, and furnaces.
If you or someone at your company is currently asking any of the questions below, downloading this brochure is a must.
- What are the benefits of preventative maintenance?
- Why should my company choose Stelter & Brinck for field service?
- What should I do with my outdated equipment?
- How do I get replacement parts on equipment at a competitive price?
- How can I find out if my equipment is up to code and current standards?
- Could my company benefit from changing our equipment’s energy source?
- Who should I call to help maintain my complex combustion system, which will require vast combustion experience as well as engineering?
To download a copy of Stelter & Brinck’s service brochure visit: http://www.stelterbrinck.com/combustion_service_brochure_download.htm
January 30, 2013
For original blog: www.stelterbrinck.com/Blogs/2013_Plant_Budget.pdf
Now that it is 2013, if process heat equipment is in your budget you should consider Stelter & Brinck. S&B can update or replace your old equipment with a more efficient system, or can provide your company with equipment custom designed to fit your footprint. Stelter & Brinck offers a wide selection of air heaters, environmental systems, mill equipment, specialty ovens and furnaces and other process heat equipment.
January 17, 2013
For original blog please visit: http://www.stelterbrinck.com/Blogs/Benefits_of_Industrial_Burner_Service_Preventative_Maintenance_Contract.pdf
Is your process heat equipment maintained on a regular basis? Maintenance can reduce downtime, reduce fuel and energy cost, and improves the safety of your combustion systems. Stelter & Brinck is one company who offers customers maintenance services for their burner systems. Because equipment maintenance is an on-going effort, Stelter & Brinck offers customers reoccurring visits via their Scheduled Burner Maintenance Program. One of the reasons this program is preferred over on-time visits is due to the convenience; rather than having to remember when your equipment is due for maintenance, Stelter & Brinck works with you in advance to schedule a series of burner service visits.