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New tax incentives via the IRA are designed to help industrial users achieve NET Zero Emissions and decarbonization goals by allowing unprecedented return on investment when installing Combined Heat and Power Systems, AKA Co Generation. Since the overall efficiency of CHP systems far exceeds traditional plant utility strategies, and they can be fueled using clean… Read more »

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The Lathrop Trotter team is excited to announce we will be participating in the Midwest Healthcare Engineering Conference & Trade Show (MWHCEC), taking place November 14-16, 2022, at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, IN.  MWHCEC gives attendees convenient and affordable access to the best healthcare facility education, resources, and vendors in the industry. The… Read more »

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Celebrating Lathrop Trotter’s 100-year anniversary has our team reminiscing about the partners, products, and technology that have contributed to our century milestone. As a part of our commitment to continuing this tradition of success, we are pleased to announce that we will be participating in REBUILD 2022. The 2022 REBUILD Conference Taking place on October… Read more »

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In the boiler industry, Superior Boiler is known for flexibility and resourcefulness. The Superior Boiler line of industrial and commercial boilers for all market segments meets the most complex boiler challenges to keep businesses running efficiently. The latest innovation from the Superior Boiler is the Cheyenne Condensing Boiler, a high-performance condensing boiler that is one… Read more »

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John Reeb joins the Lathrop Trotter team as a Systems Sales Engineer. John is looking forward to working with Lathrop Trotter and helping our company to continue to grow. John graduated from the University of Louisville in 2003 with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. His recent work experience includes selling HVAC-related equipment and… Read more »

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Effective boiler combustion system design involves fuel preparation, air and fuel distribution, furnace design, and combustion control. A mechanical device called the burner lies at the heart of this system. The job of the burner is to supply the required amount of fuel and air to create a condition of rapid mixing and flame propagation…. Read more »

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As the need for energy increases throughout the world, clean energy options are in particularly high demand, as environmental awareness and concern rise. Clean-burning natural gas (composed primarily of methane) plays an important role in meeting energy needs. Many gas utilities and consumers are turning to propane for standby and secondary fuel systems to enhance… Read more »

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To satisfy large loads or to provide superheated steam to process applications with the highest degree of efficiency and safety, watertube boilers offer an excellent alternative to conventional firetube boilers. Watertube technology is a more recent development in boiler technology compared with the more traditional fire tube design. The primary difference between these types of… Read more »

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BTA IMTEC door solutions solve common access challenges in a wide range of industries. These innovative, engineered doors provide cost savings by greatly increasing speed of access, which in turn provides labor and shut down cost savings in many applications. IMTEC Flexiseal Access Door Avantages More than just access panels, American-made IMTEC Flexiseal Access Doors… Read more »

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Deaerators are often used in conjunction with steam-generating boilers for the removal of oxygen and other dissolved gases from the boiler’s feedwater. Deaerators are typically designed to remove oxygen down to levels of 7 ppb by weight (0.005 cm³/L) or less, while virtually eliminating carbon dioxide. The removal of these contaminants is important due to… Read more »