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Articles & Whitepapers

  • Smith College Energy Center - 3.5-MW CHP Plant - Case Study

    Smith College Energy Center - 3.5-MW CHP Plant - Case Study

    Quick Facts LOCATION: Northampton, MA FACILITY PEAK LOAD: 3.5 megawatts (MW) EQUIPMENT: 3.5 MW Solar Turbine, Rentech HRSG, package boiler and two York absorption chillers. FUEL: Natural Gas USE OF THERMAL ENERGY: Heating, cooling & hot water for the campus. USE OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY: Displaces campus loads previously supplied by the


Equipment & Solutions

  • Ash Fusibility Test Furnace

    Ash Fusibility Test Furnace

    The CAF G5 is a furnace designed to test ash fusibility, and optionally, the increasingly popular determination of biomass or solid recovered fuels testing. The coal ash fusibility test furnace conforms to the Standards ISO 540:2008; ASTM D 1857 / D1857M – 04 (2010); DIN 51730:2007-09; DD CEN/TS 15370-1:2006 (biomass) and PD CEN/TR 15404:2010 (solid recovered fuels (SRF)). The CAF ...

Upcoming Events

  • 2020 Coal Combustion Residuals Conference

    2020 Coal Combustion Residuals Conference

    This coal ash focused conference will continue the discussion on how any changes may affect the industry with discussion on generators’ ash closure plans, the CCR rule’s regulations and changes, impacts of groundwater monitoring and remediation, safety, and how utilities are accomplishing closures, and more. In addition to closure and remediation work, there will also be discussion on ...