Tel: +1 908 500 7500 Stephen R. Parker, Sales Engineer
Ringoes, New Jersey
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Manufacturer Representatives Wanted

We are looking for professional representatives outside the Soil and Groundwater Remediation Industry to join our sales team. We have an excellent reputation in the industry for providing our customers with maximum value at a competitive price. We will provide first quality equipment, timely delivery, and we offer the best warranty in the industry.

The HTT systems typically include a natural gas burner, 70% preheat exchangers, PLC control system, fabricated chamber lined with high temp 2,200oF ceramic fiber, ID blower and 20 ft. stack. Each package includes our 5 Year Warranty. The warranty covers all HTT manufactured components for 5 years. This covers our metal fabrication, refractory installation, and the HTT manufactured burner. If a component fails or needs repair, HTT will cover the actual costs for this repair or replacement. Along with this we feel that we offer a quality unit that is very competitive even with RTO systems.

1. You may be selling against RTO units. Here is the bottom line comparing RTO vs. the HTT Lo-temp Catalytic systems.

Preheat efficiencies are different, but the different operating temperatures make operating costs for auxiliary fuel almost the same. On both systems, the heat content of the VOC is deducted from the calculated operating costs.

RTO systems operating at 1,600oF with a two chamber design are able to achieve 95% preheat using ceramic beds. This means that Auxiliary fuel is required to raise the temp of the exhaust stream, 5%, or 75 to 100oF, to achieve operating temperatures.

Lo-Temp Catalyst systems operate at 350 to 600oF and utilize a 70% efficient heat exchanger. The operating temperature is much lower. This means that Auxiliary fuel is required to raise the temp of the exhaust stream, 30%, or 75-100oF, to achieve operating temperatures. This is the same as the RTO.

2. Electrical Costs are lower with Lo-temp Catalytic systems. RTO systems require larger blowers to handle typically 18-25" w.c. pressure drops. The Lo-temp Catalytic systems typically have 8-10" w.c. pressure drops. This corresponds to a 30% reduction in HP.

3. Maintenance Costs are lower with Lo-temp Catalytic systems. RTO systems are typically more complicated, utilizing non-leak valves, actuators, ceramic bed materials that have to be removed for cleaning and refractory inspection and repair, and a PLC computer operating system.

Lo-temp Catalytic systems require periodic catalyst cleaning, usually with a vacuum, blower belt adjustment and bearing grease, and periodic testing of burner sensors to prevent shutdowns.

4. Startup time is shorter. The heatup time from cold start for Lo-temp Catalytic systems is 15-20 minutes. Cold startup time for RTO units are typically 12-18 hrs. or longer

If you would like to explore the opportunity of being part of the HiTemp team, please call Stephen Parker, our Sales Engineer, at +1 908 500 7500