Blue Energy Technologies is introducing the SMART Steam Trap, a technology that aims to reduce energy consumption in industrial manufacturing facilities. The company says the technology is a replacement for mechanical steam traps that fail. SMART Steam Traps are more use venturi technology to collect condensate and block steam. The traps have no moving parts, come with a 20-year performance guarantee, are made from stainless steel.
Webster Combustion Technology LLC has introduced the model JBE(X). The manufacturer claims the product is designed specifically to deliver total energy savings from reductions in both fuel and electricity. Company officials said the manufacturer is the first commercial boiler burner manufacturer to introduce a high efficiency, low excess air burner to improve boiler combustion efficiency.
Larson Electronics released an explosion proof portable air chiller with a 34-gallon water tank. The EPF-AC-30 from Larson Electronics is a hazardous location cooler that combines a fan and dry mist technology to cool Class 1 Division 1 work areas that do not have access to traditional air conditioning.
Armstrong Fluid Technology has introduced its Generation Three Design Envelope pumps featuring 33 advanced energy savings models ranging in sizes from 1 to 75 hp. All of these pumps are available for two- to 10-day express shipment.
Technical Systems (TSI), a division of RAE Corporation, has released the new Adiabatic Pre-cooling Evaporative X-change (APEX™) cooling technology. The company reports the APEX combines evaporative cooling technology with the simplicity of air cooling to deliver low-maintenance, highly efficient cooling systems. APEX is ideal for data centers, hospitals, colleges and universities, and more.
Evapco Inc. has expanded its AT (Advanced Technology) line of factory-assembled cooling towers with more than 200 new models, offering customers improved efficiency and more complete range of selections.
Ametek Land has launched the 4650-PM Continuous Dust Monitor. The company says the technology has been used in Europe and can help U.S. power plants to meet the EPA’s new Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS) for particulate matter measurement.