At Millmerran Power Station, Howden provides a tailored service that supports their needs of the plant to prepare for their upcoming major outage.
At Tarmac (Dunbar cement plant, UK), their existing Raw Mill fan was replaced with an enhanced Howden design in 2007.
Changshan South Cement, China benefitted from a cost-saving energy retrofit of its two clinker production lines with MC-2x39No30.5F raw mill circulation fans.
Lafarge Cement is extremely satisfied with the performance of the new Howden fan as it has met with their expectations in terms of erosion resistance and fan performance
This case highlights Howden’s ability to help its cement customers maximise the efficiency of their fans with a customised design
A large chemical plant on the east coast of the United States contacted Howden to perform a full Turnkey project on their critical path air preheaters.
The Howden Free Floating Piston is a proven unique technolgy that turns the weakest point to one of the strongest, which removes rider bands wear at a stroke
New integrally geared compressor (IGC) results in power savings up to 31MW/h a day
Design and supply of high performance rotary Gas Gas Heaters for operation on sinter strand tail-end SCR DeNOx plant.
Refurbishment of four ID (centrifugal) Fans that were first installed 40 years ago
See how a steel plant obtained more efficient controls over nitrous emissions by integrating Howden’s gas gas heater to their tail gas process.
Howden will support ArcelorMittal Group to significantly reduce their CO2 emissions
Efficient engineering solves impeller failures at the Wibank coalfield.
Fresnillo mine is one of the most technologically advanced deep mines in the world, and incorporates VentSim CONTROL ventilation management.
VentSim CONTROL technologies result in impressive cost and energy savings while also raising productivity at Goldcorp Eleonore gold mine.
Howden worked with a North American hard rock mine to introduce a Ventilation on Demand system using VentSim CONTROL technology.
VentSim CONTROL case study for three typical mining projects.
Howden installed a 30 kg/sec 10 MW(R) hard ice plant, using plate ice makers and ammonia refrigeration screw compressor sets, at Mponeng.
Uptime provides an invaluable insight into compressor performance and enables informed decision making
Berre Petrochemical Cluster, which includes polypropylene and polyethylene plants, trusted Howden to reduce its power costs by 7% within a 3 year return on investment.
Upgrade your reciprocating compressor with our innovative coated liner solution.
Howden develop method to drastically reduce the cylinder repair time of reciprocating compressors.
The understanding and knowledge provided by Howden is an essential factor when installing additional equipment on your compressors.
Building the world's biggest reciprocating compressor - a white paper and video.
See how installing Howden’s air preheater achieved significant gains in a gas cracker furnace operation.
The introduction of Howden's VN seal system to the air preheaters brought an immediate drop in leakage level from 26% to 5%.
The introduction of Howden's HC element to the air preheater resulted in extended operational times.
Huge savings were realised by using Howden's turnkey service to reduce heater leakage and running costs.
Replacement of existing blades at the Wangqu Thermal Power Station
Howden expertise solves long lasting problems with an axial fan at Uniper's Franken plant.
New boiler and FGD processes called for a total change of the ID booster fan at a power plant in Plzen
Installing a bigger hub at Herningvaerket, reducing installation costs and future service expenses.
Howden completed a retrofit of VARIAX ID fans on the 640MW unit 5 at Asnaes Power Station, Denmark.
See how replacing a plate heater with Howden’s regenerative air preheater delivered efficiency and safety improvements.
200 bar to 300 bar hybrid compressor retrofit for helium capacity filling
During the first few months after the deployment of Uptime, VEAS experienced two distinct challenges where the benefits of Uptime were clearly demonstrated.
In 2011, Howden began
operating the largest-ever
installation of its Roots
IntelliView controls system
at Bird Island’s aeration basins.