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Process Combustions process heaters serve the manufacturing, production, finishing, transportation and storage sectors, and are suitable for many forms of process fluid streams including hot air, hot water, steam, water/glycol mixture, thermal fluid, regeneration gas, and nitrogen.

Products are typically skid-mounted, cabin-style, convection heaters that use either a forced draught, once-through flow regime, or hot flue gas re-circulation. This is a reliable, highly efficient, low cost solution to process heating requirements. Typical applications have included regeneration gas heaters in the gas processing and air separation industries.

Each enquiry is individually assessed and equipment is custom designed to meet the unique characteristics of each application. Considerations include the process heating duty, properties and characteristics of the process fluid stream, the type of fuel to be used, the anticipated number of running hours and operating cycle, capital, operating costs, through-life costs, project design codes, and site-specific requirements.

Process Combustion has supplied process heaters to many industries for various applications, including, the tobacco, food, oil and gas industries.


Process Combustions process heaters serve the manufacturing, production, finishing, transportation and storage sectors, and are suitable for many forms of process fluid streams including hot air, hot water, steam, water/glycol mixture, thermal fluid, regeneration gas, and nitrogen.

Products are typically skid-mounted, cabin-style, convection heaters that use either a forced draught, once-through flow regime, or hot flue gas re-circulation. This is a reliable, highly efficient, low cost solution to process heating requirements. Typical applications have included regeneration gas heaters in the gas processing and air separation industries.

Each enquiry is individually assessed and equipment is custom designed to meet the unique characteristics of each application. Considerations include the process heating duty, properties and characteristics of the process fluid stream, the type of fuel to be used, the anticipated number of running hours and operating cycle, capital, operating costs, through-life costs, project design codes, and site-specific requirements.

Process Combustion has supplied process heaters to many industries for various applications, including, the tobacco, food, oil and gas industries.


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