April 28, 2014
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Installing new process heat equipment into your plant does not have to come with start-up issues, delays and complications; Stelter & Brinck’s in-house test-firing program helps companies adhere to tight schedules and avoid installation and start-up problems.
All equipment is tested and tuned in our facility before shipment. Various fuels up to 30mm BTU/hr can be tested at the facility. The results are recorded and given to the customer, along with factory settings and flow rates.
March 31, 2014
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Pneumatic/flash dryers utilize air heaters as the hot air source. Flash dryers are some of the largest dryers available. The material in this process needs to be susceptible to quick drying; Filter cakes, polymers, granules, and pastes are some products that can utilize flash dryers. Stelter & Brinck’s direct fired air heaters are typically used along with flash dryers. The diagram below will show the how the flash drying process works.
March 10, 2014
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Typically when purchasing a new process system, the company will get bids for each piece of equipment. Each individual piece is shipped to the end destination and then assembled together to make up the system. There can be a number of problems associated with this type of purchasing: scheduling, installation, and commissioning.
Integrated systems by Stelter & Brinck are meant to solve the above issues. S&B designs and manufactures custom process heat equipment units and packages them together, allowing the components to be purchased as an entire system. Installation is easy because prior to shipment the equipment has been test fired in-house. Below is an example of a skidded packaged system.
February 25, 2014
For original blog: http://www.stelterbrinck.com/blog/spray-dryers/
Spray dryers are a type of industrial dryer that are utilized in the food and dairy powder industry. Industrial dryers commonly use process air heaters as their hot air source. Thermal sensitivity will determine what type of air heater (direct or indirect fired) would be used along with the spray dryer.
A few examples of products that require spray drying are: Inorganic chemicals, instant mixes, and powdered colors. Liquid is pushed through the drying chamber where it is introduced to hot air. At this time the liquid is turned into powder via water evaporation. After drying, the material is separated.
Below is a diagram of a spray dryer.
February 10, 2014
For original blog:http://www.stelterbrinck.com/blog/specialty-ovens-and-furnaces/
Specialty industrial oven and furnaces can be used in a variety of different industries including: heat treating, aluminum aging, and refractory drying and curing. They are heavy duty and suited for high temperatures. These types of process heat equipment are designed and manufactured by Stelter & Brinck to meet each specific industry need.
For more information about Stelter & Brinck’s specialty oven and furnaces please visit: http://www.stelterbrinck.com/specialty.htm
January 14, 2014
For original blog: http://www.stelterbrinck.com/blog/fluid-bed-dryers/
Fluid bed dryers utilizes an air heater for hot air source. These dryers are used for materials that do not vary in size; clay, cement, powder, ect.
Stelter & Brinck can provide the direct or indirect fired air heater used as the hot air source. As the material passes through the bed they are suspended by high velocity and flow through like they are fluid. The image below goes into greater detail how fluid bed dryers work.
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
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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