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The modular design concept has become widely adopted in a variety of industrial settings, including steam plant construction. This approach to building systems for steam plants involves skid mounting equipment into self-contained units at the factory. These units are delivered to job sites where they can be stacked and arranged to form customized steam rooms…. Read more »

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Industrial and power sectors need a higher level of industrial boiler performance than what is required from boilers used in heating or campus type applications. The types of boilers that operate at this accelerated level are categorized as high performance boilers. High performance boilers are used for processes in which loss of steam or poor… Read more »

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Reliability is absolutely essential to optimal boiler performance. In order to achieve the highest degree of dependability in a boiler it is important to identify and address the primary causes of boiler problems. One of the most common issues that can compromise a boiler is poor water quality. The effect of water quality on boiler… Read more »

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It is widely accepted in the boiler industry that watertube boilers are safer than firetube boilers by design. In a watertube boiler, a high volume of water is distributed amongst many small tube and the amount of water in the drum is relatively small. In the event that a watertube bursts, pressure vessel pressure is… Read more »

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Lathrop Trotter is proud to present our newest eBook, “Choosing The Right Steam Boiler: Planning With Priorities”. Downloading this eBook supplies engineer with the do’s and don’ts on how to select a steam boiler that is efficient, saves costs, and effective for their application. To us boiler industry veterans a well-designed boiler that has been… Read more »

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Optimizing plant performance begins with identifying ways to reduce costs and increase efficiency. When planning a plant expansion, it is important to conduct a thorough assessment of the current plant, and assess projected energy requirements for the plant expansion. Follow-up assessments conducted after the plant expansion is complete will identify whether or not performance goals… Read more »

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In theory, the distinction between suppliers, contractor, and consultants is clear. Suppliers provide physical supplies and materials, contractors provide the actual labor, and consultants provide expert guidance and advisement. In a world of complex and interrelated supply chains, however, the lines become less discernable. In the industrial equipment purchasing process it may not always be… Read more »

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The Lathrop Trotter team is excited to announce its partnership with Schebler Chimney Systems. In business for well over a century, Schebler provides engineering and manufacturing expertise for applications requiring prefabricated chimney systems, heavy-wall engineered stacks, and grease duct systems. Specific areas in which Lathrop Trotter will work with Schebler include engineered stacks and grease duct… Read more »

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Lathrop Trotter is proud to be a “Featured Rep” in the most recent EvapTech newsletter. EvapTech® is a leading designer and manufacturer of cooling towers for customer needs in the power generation, industrial, refrigeration, and HVAC evaporative cooling markets. Our team first partnered with EvapTech in 2009, and has since represented their products in the… Read more »