Clean-in-Place (CIP) Systems Guide

    Caustic fluids, sediment buildup, and corrosion can wreak havoc on industrial equipment from the inside out. The inside surfaces of tanks/vessels, filters, and pipes are especially susceptible. While the exterior surfaces are easy to clean, these present a more significant challenge. Disassembling and removing parts for cleaning is time-consuming and stops production. Clean-in-place (CIP) systems […]

    Flow Batteries and their Role in Process Heating

    Ice, glass, and iron are revolutionizing the way scientists think about the long-standing problem of energy storage. This is the story of flow batteries, newly emerging as a prominent stand-alone energy storage solution.  For a long time, renewable energy sources like solar and wind have been plagued with unreliability in terms of reliable power supply. […]

    Carbon Capture – utilization and storage

    Carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS), or carbon capture and sequestration/storage (CCS), is a groundbreaking process that aims to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere. CO2 is a byproduct of many industrial and commercial activities like power generation, manufacturing, and automobiles.  The process aims to capture and store carbon to use […]

    Circulation Heaters for CIP Systems

    Clean-in-place systems are optimal for cleaning the interiors of pipes, tanks, and equipment in closed systems. This process uses circulation heaters to apply temperature and flow in a series of rinses and washes that pump fluid throughout the system.  The CIP approach removes residue, contaminants, and debris without disassembling the system’s components or exposing personnel […]

    Electric heating – Challenges Facing the Industry

    Professor Alina Adriana Minea, Technical University “Gheorghe Asachi” from Iasi Bd. D. Mangeron no.63, Iasi, 700050, Romania E-mail: [email protected]   Due to the numerous advantages of electric heating, it is used extensively in industry despite the higher price of energy if compared with combustion. Of course, there is always a balance in using combustion or […]

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