"ClearSign is pleased with the results of our refinery process heater retrofit installations," said Steve Pirnat, Chairman and CEO of ClearSign. "Our industry leading technology offers the unmatched ability to lower emissions and increase efficiency, and it's backed by the best and brightest minds in the space, like Dr. Ruiz."
The AFRC Annual Industrial Combustion Symposium attracts top industry experts from around the globe to discuss challenges and innovations within industrial combustion and includes all major oil producers, refiners and suppliers of industrial combustion equipment.
About ClearSign Combustion Corporation
ClearSign Combustion Corporation designs and is developing products and technologies that strive to improve key performance characteristics of combustion systems, including emissions and operational performance, energy efficiency and overall cost-effectiveness. Our patent-pending Duplex™ and Electrodynamic Combustion Control™ platform technologies enhance the performance of combustion systems in a broad range of markets, including the chemical, petrochemical, refinery, power and commercial boiler industries. For more information, please visit www.clearsign.com.
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About The American Flame Research Committee
The American Flame Research Committee (AFRC) is composed of representatives of industrial and research organizations and associated eminent combustion expert members in the United States, Canada and Mexico. The AFRC sponsors open forums in North America on applied combustion technology and research and supports the applied combustion research activities of the International Flame Research Foundation (IFRF). The IFRF is a worldwide network of industrial companies and academic institutes working to achieve cleaner and more efficient industrial combustion. The main task of the Foundation is thus the acquisition and generation of information with which to design flames for the efficient heating of industrial processes, with minimal environmental effects, and thereafter the design of combustion equipment to produce such flames.
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