THERMPROCESS 2015 - Stand C17 (Hall 09)
Posted on May 07, 2015
Maxsys Fuel Systems to participate in THERMPROCESS 2015 - Stand C17 (Hall 09)
Maxsys Fuel Systems Ltd., the UK based supplier of energy saving technologies will be presenting its patented fuel system technology at THERMPROCESS 2015. Held at the Messe Düsseldorf, Maxsys will be exhibiting at stand No. C17 (Hall 09) with their colleagues from Selas Heat Technology.
Widely used in combustion plants across the UK, Europe and USA, the Maxsys Fuel Systems provide energy savings on any gaseous fuels and liquid (such as natural gas, fuel oils and heavy fuel oil) of at least 5%, a figure that translates into a significant benefit for large energy users.
The Maxsys Fuel System is a fuel treatment device that applies a magnetic field to the fuel just before combustion. This produces a cleaner burn and reduces carbon emissions, helping industrial sites to achieve financial savings as well as CO2 emission targets. The System is suitable for most burners and combustion plant such as boilers, kilns, furnaces, ovens and dryers.
Maxsys Fuel Systems are already in use in a wide range of industries including Automotive, Brewing, Chemicals, Dairy, Food and Beverage, Insulation, Minerals, Metals, Packaging, Plastics, Paper and Textiles.
Vanessa Landreau, Marketing Manager of Maxsys Fuel Systems commented, “With energy costs rising throughout Europe, we anticipate quite a bit of interest from large producers to reduce their costs and carbon footprint. The ThermProcess show is the perfect venue to begin a conversation about how the Maxsys Fuel System can help.”
About the show
The THERMPROCESS exhibition takes place on 16 to 20 June 2015 in Düsseldorf, Germany.
It is the world’s most important platform for the presentation of highly innovative technology and environmental concepts for industrial thermal processing plants. Over 300 exhibitors from all over the world will be presenting the most modern technology in areas including industrial furnaces, industrial heat treatment plants and thermal processes; equipment for special use; components, equipment and other supplies; occupational safety and ergonomic; consulting, design, service and engineering. More than 8,000 visitors are expected this year.