August 20, 2013
For original blog:http://www.stelterbrinck.com/blog/benefits-to-hiring-an-outside-company-for-your-combustion-services/
Your company might be trying to decide whether to perform combustion service in-house or to hire an outside company. In most cases, it makes more sense to hire a combustion service company. There is a lot of time, money, and work needed to stay up to date on industry codes and standards. To properly service industrial heating equipment it takes expertise and experience; Stelter & Brinck’s service technicians are combustion experts that can help keep your equipment running at optimal capacity.
For more information about Stelter & Brinck’s industrial burner service please call 513-367-9300 or visit: http://www.stelterbrinck.com/combustion_burner_field_services.htm
August 6, 2013
For original blog: http://www.stelterbrinck.com/blog/stelter-brincks-combustion-equipment-parts-department/
Stelter & Brinck provides spare parts for all their process heat equipment, as well as parts for a wide variety of other industrial equipment. Flame rods, ignition components, and control valves are just a few of the parts that Stelter & Brinck stocks and sells. If you need replacement or new combustion equipment parts, call Stelter & Brinck for a competitive price.
For more information about our Parts Department, please contact us at 513-367-9300 or http://www.stelterbrinck.com/combustion-equipment-parts.htm
July 23, 2013
For original blog: http://www.stelterbrinck.com/blog/catalytic-oxidizers/
Above is a photo of a catalytic oxidizer designed and manufactured by Stelter & Brinck. Catalytic oxidizers use metal catalyst monolith to eliminate harmful VOCs. For more information about Stelter & Brinck’s catalytic oxidizers please call 513-367-9300 or visit http://www.stelterbrinck.com
July 9, 2013
For original blog: http://www.stelterbrinck.com/blog/thermal-oxidizers/
Above is a photo of a thermal fume oxidizer designed and manufactured by Stelter & Brinck. These oxidizers are a type of environmental equipment that lowers emissions by converting harmful VOCs (volatile organic compounds) to carbon dioxide and water vapor so they can then be safely released into the atmosphere.
For more information about Stelter & Brinck’s thermal oxidizers: 513-367-9300 or http://www.stelterbrinck.com
June 25, 2013
For original blog:http://www.stelterbrinck.com/blog/convert-your-energy-source-to-natural-gas/
Natural gas is the fuel of the future; it is abundant and costs 1/3 of what any other energy costs to produce. Therefore, your plant should consider converting any process heat equipment to natural gas. Many companies have relied on Stelter & Brinck to convert their equipment to natural gas with great success. Stelter & Brinck would be happy to talk to you about your application!
June 10, 2013
for original blog: http://www.stelterbrinck.com/blog/aluminum-manufacturing-mill-equipment/
Aluminum is the most widely used metal in the world. Aluminum is a strong but light weight metal that has been manufactured the same way for over 110 years. Stelter & Brinck supplies the aluminum mill industry with sow dryers/preheaters. These dryers and preheaters are used before the re-melting sows; they remove moisture to allow the sow to mold correctly. If melting scrap metal, Stelter & Brinck scrap dryers/preheaters would be used instead of sow dryers/preheaters.
May 29, 2013
For original blog: http://www.stelterbrinck.com/blog/heat-recovery-systems/
Heat recovery systems, designed and manufactured by Stelter & Brinck, utilize by-product, wasted heat that is generated during manufacturing. The by-product is then reused by placing it back into the process. Heat recovery systems are one way that plants are saving energy on their process equipment. Implementing a recovery system can save your facility 25%, and in some cases, up to 40%. An added bonus of heat recovery systems is that they increase the longevity of equipment. Stelter & Brinck offers heat recovery systems for many types of combustion applications: industrial furnaces, industrial ovens, and industrial immersion, just to name a few.
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.