November 2010 Vol. 237 No. 11

What's New

Mobis Energy Cold Weather Technology

Mobis Energy offers a flyer devoted to the Cold Weather Technology (CWT) natural gas line heater. The flyer says the CWT line heaters use energy release of steam created during the change of state to ensure a safe and reliable source of process heat. The heaters are described as compact (modular design), low fuel consumption (30-50% lower than water-bath heaters), low emissions, high-efficiency atmospheric boilers (94% LHV), improved energy transfer (less than 10% of the glycol use of a water-based system), 12-1 turndown, skid-mounted and self-contained, reliable operations and low maintenance, redundant pilots with electronic ignition, and 24 VAC controls with self-powered opti

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