Thermal Solutions in the News
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Has hydrogen’s time finally come?
Todd Ellerton explains how to handle hydrogen safely and harness its full potential to ensure a greener future for us all.
Welcome to the Future of Thermal
Listen to the latest podcast from Process Heating.
Tap True ROI Of Digital Transformation
Chad Briggs talked to Chemical Processing about how to reap the benefits of digital transformation. Read their latest Industry Perspectives article.
ENGINEERED SYSTEMS AWARD
Thermal IQ™ Optimize wins 2020 Commercial Comfort Products of the Year Award
Operational and energy savings cited as key benefits of the technology.
Honeywell Hydrogen Solutions help customers reduce carbon emissions
With Honeywell’s hydrogen-capable portfolio, customers can harness the promise of hydrogen energy for virtually any thermal application.
Honeywell Thermal IQ Optimize boosts safety, efficiency and effectiveness of thermal applications
New solution extends Thermal IQ™ platform capabilities by providing real-time data insights to better run thermal equipment across the enterprise, increasing equipment uptime, reducing costs and streamlining maintenance.
Optimize efficiency with Thermal IQ™ and Advanced Analytics
This paper demonstrates how advanced sensors and the capability of Thermal IQ can be used to optimize an industrial boiler.
Connected services are changing the heat treatment industry
Steve Kenny, General Manager of Honeywell Thermal Solutions (HTS), discusses the impact of connected services, digitization and new technologies in thermal processing.
A different kind of thermal processing – the heat was on
THERMPROCESS 2019, the international trade fair for the presentation of innovative technology and environmental concepts for industrial thermal processing plants took place June 25-29 in Düsseldorf, Germany.
Honeywell Introduces next-generation control solution for industrial multi-burner applications
Honeywell Kromschröder® BCU 4 Series simplifies engineering, installation and start-up of burners. Space-efficient design allows engineers and designers to mount the control unit close to burners, enabling better system integration.