Campbell Canada Completes CHP Project
Campbell Company of Canada recently completed a combined heat and power (CHP) project at its Toronto plant as part of the company’s goal to cut its environmental footprint in half by 2020. CHP is a technology that uses a natural-gas-fired engine to generate elect
New Boilers Emerge More Efficient, Accessible, and Intelligent
Nearly 61,000 HVAC industry representatives enjoyed sun and reasonable temperatures as the 2016 AHR Expo rolled into Orlando, Florida. Preliminary numbers show that more than 18,254 exhibitor personnel welcomed 42,672 visitors.
In an effort to become one of the most energy-efficient universities in the world, Stanford University in Stanford, Calif., launched the Stanford Energy System Innovations (SESI) project in 2012. At the heart of the three-year SESI initiative is heat recovery.
The firetube boiler has been around for more than a century, powering the steamboats and steam locomotives that played a major role in the industrialization of America. Today, a broad range of industries count on the firetube boiler to provide comfort heating and process heating where both lower and higher temperatures and pressures are required.