Boiler Upgrades that will Save Fuel and Energy on Industrial and Commercial Boilers from 50 HP and UP! Clip 5 of 6. Recorded webinar from Industrial Controls with speakers Bill Hopler, Mike Handler, Chuck Kudy, and Bob Thomas. May 12, 2010.
-How the traditional "jack shaft" mechanical linkage system works
-Why the "jack shaft" linkage is inefficient and wastes energy
-What a typical boiler efficiency curve looks like
-What the "linkage-less" system looks like and how it works
-Why customers that have upgraded are saving 5% or more on their natural gas/oil bill
-Actual projects that have been completed, before and after results
-Other places to save energy in the boiler room
What You Will Learn:
We will review how the air/fuel ratio system works on your boiler, and why a "jack shaft" system is inefficient and wastes energy. You will also learn why mechanical linkage systems can be adjusted to match your boilers' efficiency curve. This webinar will help you understand how the "linkage-less" system works and how to determine if your boilers are a candidate for 4-10 % fuel savings. In addition, we will discuss how to estimate your energy savings and how to get started on a project.
Who Should Attend: Project, Process, Energy Management, and Boiler Room Engineering and Maintenance Personnel at:
-Hospitals and Medical Centers
-Universities and Colleges
-Food Manufacturing Plants
-Pulp and Paper mills
-Plastic and Textiles
-Heat Treating Facilities that have Gas Fired Furnaces and or boilers
-Engineering and Consulting Firms
Bill Hopler has a BS Degree in Electrical Engineering from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. He worked for 13 years as a sales engineer for Honeywell's Process Management Division, and has worked for Industrial Controls for the last 14 years. Bill teaches customer seminars on Flow Technology, Industrial Wireless Solutions, and Gas Detection.
Mike Handler is a Honeywell Combustion Controls Specialist. Michael graduated college with a degree in Air Conditioning Technology and Design from The State University of New York at Farmingdale. Michael has worked in the HVACR Industry for over 36 years and over 22 of those with Honeywell.
Chuck Kudy has a Business degree from Carroll University. Chuck has been with Industrial Control for 10 years. Chuck's primary focus has been to leverage new technology to help customers improve their energy and process efficiency.
Bob Thomas is a Honeywell Combustion Control Specialist. Bob graduated from college with a BS degree. After 6 years in the Army he joined Honeywell in Memphis, TN. From there he traveled to Los Angeles, CA, and to Philadelphia, PA, where he currently is based. He has been with Honeywell for 34 years.