The Atlas Series boiler combines solid engineering and innovative design with the highest quality components in the industry. With a thermal efficiency of up to 98%, fully modulating up to 7.5:1 turndown, and a sealed combustion chamber, the Atlas Series boilers offer feature rich, high performance with low NOx <9 ppm operation.
Here’s a task: bridge the new mechanical room to the utility connection in the old space - located in an adjacent building in Chicago’s South Loop. Room for equipment is frequently tight, but in the case of this steam pipe, the room for error was less than one inch. The kind of planning that navigated that challenge accounted for (almost) everything in this tricky retrofit.
The first university cogen plant in the U.S. to
Platinum certification, the OSU Energy Center succeeded via consistently
efficiency-minded design and an exceptional level of analysis and teamwork in
the commissioning process. Fuel flexibility, staff training, and a projected
$650,000 annual savings didn’t hurt, either.
Tankless water heaters saved California State University Northridge money in energy costs. Beverly Watson can easily laugh about the idea today, now that her recent tankless water heater retrofit project
scope of integrated catalyst management services from Cormetech help customers
predict when catalyst layers should be replaced, regenerated, or a new layer
added, based on catalyst deactivation rates, performance requirements, and
offers a unique approach to valve diagnostic testing with PSTrend, its
patent-pending technology which reduces probability of failure on demand (PFD)
without line shutdown or having to bypass any burner management safety
recently launched the CBEX, a completely integrated boiler, burner, control,
and heat recovery system that achieves the highest fuel efficiency and lowest
emissions of any firetube system on the market today in 15% smaller footprint.
Why was one floor’s laboratory ventilation failing to keep up, when it was even the closest floor to the rooftop fans? Some system sleuthing led two engineers to a fitting conclusion. Read more stories in May Issue 2017.