Cleaver-Brooks today announced that it has been acquired by Harbour Group, a privately owned operating company based in St. Louis, Mo.
Cleaver-Brooks announces the introduction of the Hawk 6000 control, engineered for total integration with the Nebraska D (CBND) steam-ready industrial watertube series requiring single-point positioning, parallel positioning or fully metered control with 4 to 20 mA actuator for the integrated NATCOM NXT burner.
While most of New York City was without power in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, buildings at New York University (NYU), enjoyed warmth and electricity provided by the university’s new co-generation (co-gen) plant. During the hurricane, NYU was able to isolate itself from the main grid and operate in “island mode,” maintaining power, heat and hot water for 22 buildings on the main campus and 37 other connected facilities.
Cleaver-Brooks Partners with Southwest Georgia
Technical College (SWGTC) to brings higher education to Employees. Rick Kreznar was the first employee at Cleaver-Brooks to complete the program earning him his Associate of Applied Science Degree.
On July 18,
2012, the EPA issued a No Action Assurance (NAA) Extension
Memo regarding the Area Source Boiler Rule to include the
requirement that facilities file notification of an initial tune-up. The EPA’s
latest action also extends
the NAA until December 31, 2012, or until the effective date of a final rule,
whichever comes first. This means the EPA will exercise its discretion not to
pursue enforcement action against facilities that fail to complete the boiler
tune-up and file notification by the compliance dates listed in the Area Source
Cleaver-Brooks has engineered the Elevated Drum D-Type boiler, designed to maximize the amount of shop assembly, while minimizing costly field labor often associated with high-capacity boilers. The Elevated Drum-D Type boiler is available in either custom or modular design.
Cleaver-Brooks, known for delivering integrated, custom boiler/burner/controls/stack exhaust systems to the industry, has shipped the final of five Forced-Circulation Oil Sands Steam Generators (FC-OSSG) to one of the largest petroleum companies in Canada.
Source Facilities More Time to Meet Tune-Up Requirements Source Facilities More Time to Meet Tune-Up Requirements 2012-03-26 THOMASVILLE, Ga. (March 26, 2012) – On March 13, 2012, the EPA issued a “No Action Assurance (NAA) Letter” to area source facilities required to conduct a boiler tune-u
On Jan. 9, 2012, the District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals reinstated the original compliance date for the Boiler MACT (maximum achievable control technology, also known as BMACT or Major Source Rule) that the EPA published in the Federal Register in March 2011.
The District of Columbia Circuit Court
of Appeals has reinstated the original compliance date for the Boiler MACT (maximum
achievable control technology, also known as BMACT or Major Source Rule) that
the EPA published in the Federal Register in March 2011.