Our engineers are developing a thermal mass flow meter for gas flow evaluation. The 3D model to the right shows what is looks like, for now. We’re looking for your suggestions and needs as a customer.
LCA Series: Custom piston and LED light
Industry: Residential or Commercial
Despite all the low energy lightbulbs and high efficiency appliances, demand for electricity is projected to increase over the next 25 years. More air conditioners will be installed in southern states to meet the needs of the growing population and more power will be needed for factories, shops and warehouses. The US Energy Information Administration (EIA) predicts that between 2014 and 2040 residential electricity usage will grow 21%, commercial use by 27% and industrial use by 30%.
We’ve all been through an automatic car wash at some point in our lives. We sit patiently inside the car while it sprays soap, scrubs, blasts and rinses the car right before our eyes. But have you ever take a moment to think about how the system works and how large the car wash industry actually is?
There are more than 150,000 retail car wash locations around the world, according to the International Carwash Association. The US car wash industry includes about 14,000 companies with a combined annual revenue of about $6 billion. There are some pressing issues confronting the global car wash industry including environmental concerns, water and gas prices. The profitability of car wash locations depends heavily on favorable location and efficient operation.
Pumps come in many shapes and sizes and have endless applications in manufacturing, energy, food processing and mineral mining. High flow pumps can take on some of the world’s toughest jobs. For example, barrel pumps transport crude oil at 700 degrees Celsius, centrifugal pumps can build islands and beaches and larger centrifugal pumps can move fluids at 200,000 gallons per minute. ChemTec’s specialty is in low flow valves and monitors, and for pumps, this means applications in sampling, hydraulic and cooling systems, applications we might encounter every day.
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is the world’s leading advocate of fire prevention and an authoritative source on public safety. The NFPA develops, publishes and disseminates consensus codes and standards intended to reduce the possibility and repercussions of fire and other risks. Did you know recently the NFPA updated their safety codes for hydrogen? It’s titled under, “NFPA 2: Hydrogen Technologies Code.”
Here at ChemTec, we’re pleased to announce the upgraded FS Series Flow Monitor with a more modern look and new features like internal switch housing. The FS is still easy to install with same fit and function. Stay tuned for updated FS Series Spec and I&M sheets.
- Square body for stainless steel & brass models
- Round body for PVC models
- Internal switches & conduitsClose on-off differential
- No seals
- Low maintenance
- Single moving part
- In line vertical plumbing
- Only the metal bodies’ dimensions have changed in width
- Length of metal bodies remains the same
- New Metal body dimensions:
- FS50 – 1.13 inches
- FS74 – 1.25 inches
- FS1 – 1.50 inches
Sometimes using standard items out of the product catalog makes life complicated. For example, a ChemTec customer wanted to install an excess flow valve (EFV) in a system with 2” diameter piping. The problem was, the EFV meeting the performance requirements had 3/4” diameter ports. This left them with two choices: reduce their pipework to the required diameter, or request a custom EFV with the performance of the standard unit but 2” ports.
ChemTec is excited to reveal our new website design! Updated for 2014 with tons of new features and a slick new design, ChemTec’s website is now more customer-focused and easier to navigate. Some new things to note:
- One-click access to product information & photos
- “Find a Distributor” now has zip code search capabilities, and is integrated with Google Maps
- Our quote request forms have been streamlined
- News and updates are all under a single “News” area
If you have any questions regarding our new website, please email us.
In May, we announced the implementation of our new manufacturing software. This month, we would like to highlight some changes the new software presents.
- Part Numbers will appear different. Please follow the HOW TO ORDER format found in our product catalog or online on each product spec sheet.
- Serial Numbers will appear different.
- Factory Preset specifications can be found in the product description area.
- Order acknowledgements and invoices are emailed from email@example.com
- This admin email box is now unmonitored; please do not respond to any emails coming from this address.
- Contact Shannon Kantor for acknowledgments and Kelly Donoghue for invoicing questions or concerns.
It is important that you update us with your office contact information; review the information on your order acknowledgments, and make us aware of any incorrect information.
If you have not yet done so already, please email or fax Kelly Donoghue with your 2013 Resale Tax Certificate as soon as possible. Reminders will be added to Order Acknowledgments if we have not yet received yours.