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Posted on: 03 / 01 / 2021 | 0 Comentarios
The engineering company E&M Combustion starts up four Regenerative Thermal Oxidizers (RTO) at the Tokai Cobex Polska plant, for which it has supplied four air draught burners, which run on natural gas, as well as eight high temperature burners.
Posted on: 18 / 12 / 2020 | 0 Comentarios
E&M Combustion engineering company begins the commissioning of the 28 ATEX burners for Indian refineries of the state-owned Oil &Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC), which will operate in the Gujarat Project, in Mehsana. This is the company's largest onshore asset, with 1,552 operating oil and gas wells, producing 6,000 tons of oil and 530,000 cubic meters of gas per day in this area. The equipment will run on Indirect Bath Heaters, used in various heating applications to reduce oil viscosity and optimize the process fluidity, and will be installed in oil plants close to oil extraction wells.
Iñigo Béjar: “We will continue to generate combustion technologies to reduce emissions and improve efficiency”
Posted on: 27 / 07 / 2020 | 0 Comentarios
We speak to Iñigo Béjar, CEO of E&M Combustion, about climate change, generation of new combustion technologies and trends in reducing emissions and opening up to alternative fuels, including hydrogen, which in his opinion are called to be the element of transition towards renewable energy to combat climate change. "The strategic commitment of E&M Combustion will continue to be the dramatic reduction of NOx emissions, generating increasingly innovative equipment, providing technologies and systems aimed at improving efficiency and minimizing emissions," he says.
Posted on: 27 / 05 / 2020 | 0 Comentarios
E&M Combustion has launched the design of portable incinerator furnaces for the treatment of hazardous hospital waste and corpses. Spanish engineering company, specialized in the development of Combustion Technologies, thus applies its experience in fixed hospital cremation furnaces to new requirements arising from the COVID-19 pandemic for the ecological incineration of hospital waste and dead corpses, especially in remote or difficult-to-access places.