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How the most energy-intensive companies prepare for Winter

Posted on: 18 / 09 / 2022 | 0 Comentarios

How energy-intensive companies prepare for Winter. Given the rise in energy prices, and despite state aid, the list of French companies that decide to reduce their production or put their employees on partial unemployment continues to grow, according to Clémentine Maligorne in La Tribune. In industry (metallurgy, glass) as well as in equipment (swimming pools, etc.) announcements of temporary closures, production reductions or an internal reorganization of work are multiplying to limit the impact of the rise in the cost of electricity and gas.  

Combustion chambers – Hot gas generators

Posted on: 22 / 08 / 2022 | 0 Comentarios

Hot Gas Generators are  compact combustion chambers used in a large number of industrial applications, such as cement manufacturing, mineral drying, wood industry, food industry, chemical industry or drying processes. These units produce gases at different temperatures starting from the combustion of different fuels such as natural gas, diesel, fuel oil, etc. (Extract from the E&M Combustion Technology Conference in Knauf Surabaya).  

UPV/EHU students win an international chemical process simulation championship

Posted on: 21 / 08 / 2022 | 0 Comentarios

Chemical process simulation. Aritz Fraga and Aimar Martin, 3rd-year Chemical Engineering students at the UPV/EHU, have won first place in '"Best simulation in a stable state on  clean fuels"', within the "Aveva International Chemical Process Simulation  

Installation of a Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer (RTO) in a US chemical plant

Posted on: 16 / 08 / 2022 | 0 Comentarios

E&M Combustión completes the installation of a Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer in a chemical plant in the US. Commonly known as RTO, it is an oxidation technology aimed at increasing environmental protection.  

The Chinese steel industry points to a change in strategy

Posted on: 17 / 07 / 2022 | 0 Comentarios

The Chinese steel industry points to a change in strategy, with movements in the sector. China is moving to control the country's iron ore imports through a new state pool that could be operational by the end of this year, as the Xi Jinping administration seeks to increase Beijing's pricing power over the industry. Led by the China Iron and Steel Association and the Ministry of Planning, the initiative involves large state-owned mining and steel groups such as Baowu, China Minmetals Corp and Aluminum Corporation of China, according to people familiar with the operation.  

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