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5215 Global Industrial Exair Corporation Not Provided Exair Cold Gun Aircoolant System, Single Outlet, 1000 Btu/Hr
3217115 PLC Radwell Rittal Not Provided A/W HEAT EXCHANGER 115V 50/60HZ, 3300(11.8)BTU/HR
SY9000-12 Global Industrial Superior Signals Not Provided 33,000 Btu/Hr Heater, 8.5 Amps @ 12 Volts, 340 Cfm
SY5000-12 Global Industrial Superior Signals Not Provided 12,500 Btu/Hr Heater, 1.5 Amps @ 12 Volts, 130 Cfm
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  • New Generation of Premix Gas Blowers (.pdf)
    Dramatic improvements in the control and efficiency of gas burner systems is now possible with a new generation of premix gas blowers recently introduced to the North American market. The premix gas blowers are for fixed or modulating gas-fired burner systems rated up to 1,500,000 Btu/hr (~450 kW
  • Cool Electronics Hot A/C
    capacity (btu/hr) divided by the average electrical power consumption in Watts. This average power consumption, calculated as a weighted average of input power for a range of cooling conditions, represents the average consumption during a typical cooling season. The U.S. Dept. of Energy raised the minimum
  • P.2) The 2005 Fuel Cell Seminar, Palm Springs, California, USA, November 14-18, 2005 | by Dennis Sieminski, P.E. | F C T | January 2006 |
    The 2005 Fuel Cell Seminar, Palm Springs, California, USA, November 14-18, 2005 UTC. A long-time leader and market presence in fuel cells, UTC has a wealth of experience in the DG space with its 200kW phosphoric acid fuel cell (PAFC) with up to 900K BTU/hr of heat for cogeneration applications
  • Reducing Water Consumption in Compressed Air Systems
    for Single-Stage Rotary Screw Air Compressors. Typical Lubricant-cooled Rotary Screw Cooling. Typical Values for Air-Cooled Oil-Coolers Estimated. Estimated Heat Rejection to Cooling Water (btu/hr)*. Heat Rejection to Cooling Air (btu/hr)*. Air. Water-cooled. Air. Air-cooled. Compressor. Oil-Cooler
  • Check your Regulator Vent in Cold Weather
    with a 3% O2 reading of the flue gases, combustion air at 70F and a burner rated at 3.5million btu/hr.     The Column “New”  would represent some changes that could occur if the fuel regulator vent was clogged possibly from ice conditions, and by limited diaphragm movement, could act to “starve
  • Realizing Chillers' Capabilities in Laboratories (.pdf)
    . Flow Rate (gal/hour) x Cooling Fluid Weight (lb/gal) x Specific Heat of Cooling Fluid x. ∆T°F (Temperature Out - Temperature In) = Heat Load (BTU/hr). Note: Weight of water/gal = 8.35 lb/gal. 12,000 BTU/hr = 1 ton. Specific heat of water = 1. 1 W = 3.41 BTU/hr. When plugged into a heat load calculation
  • Waste Heat Generates Steam and Savings
    tube, and heat recovery steam generator. The unit has automatic, modulating, exhaust gas bypass that is controlled by steam pressure. A boiler feedwater and blowdown separator was included as part of the package. Installing the waste heat boiler system recovered about 2.58 MM BTU/hr of energy
  • Air-to-Water Heat Exchanger Reduces Operating Costs by $120,000 per Year
    and fin style heat exchanger with access doors for inspecting and cleaning of the tubes. The exhaust flow from the catalytic oxidizer is 5,400 SCFM and the temperature is 450°F. Roughly 160 GPM of water is heated to 140°F with the economizer. The total energy recovered is 1.43 MM BTU/hr

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