Looking to reduce industrial emissions?
Reducing emissions is about more than blue skies and good air quality; typically a low emissions rate means greater equipment efficiency and reduced energy usage as well! When planning a system retrofit, the proper product selection, system design, and regulatory knowledge is critical. The George T. Hall Company has been assisting with combustion upgrades for many of our 85+ years in business. Contact us today to learn more!
GTH Combustion Expertise
The GTH engineering group has extensive experience with combustion retrofits. We have worked with hundreds of companies to help reduce emissions and navigate the permitting process. With our expertise in combustion and automation, we are able to upgrade systems to not only reduce emissions, but also improve efficiencies. Our capabilities include: system design & engineering, product selection, UL control panel manufacturing, and onsite start up & training.
Featured Combustion Partners
Our combustion partners are the leaders in the industry. They provide quality products to help you comply with local emissions and safety standards.
Honeywell Thermal Solutions – Honeywell Thermal Solutions is leading the way in thermal control & automation. Their offering includes SLATE, an integrated combustion management system that combines configurable safety with programmable logic in a single platform. They are also leading the way in connectivity with their new Thermal IQ which offers remote process and equipment monitoring along with key performance analytics.
Honeywell, Maxon – Recently acquired by Honeywell, Maxon continues to focus on their core line of low NOx burners which are proven to reduce emissions in compliance with AQMD 1147. They also offer gas shut-off valves that meet the highest standards of performance, reliability, and durability.
Kromschroder – Kromschroder is one of the leading manufacturers of gas trains and gas train components. Their valves, regulators, and switches can be purchased individually or assembled as part of an NFPA-approved gas train.
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