HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif., Aug. 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The oil sands are the world's third largest proven oil reserves, and the need for equipment that can stand up to these difficult conditions is nothing short of an absolute must in today's difficult economic environment. Komax, though, has developed some of the best options on the market, including a Severe Duty Steam Heater made for tough operating conditions.
The Technology That is Needed Now
As the global economy continues to revolve around fuel access, the oil sands provide a striking possible counterpoint within the fuels industry. Energy traders are paying close attention to crude supply and demand, and the ramifications impact industries far beyond the energy sector.
Uncertainty from all sides abound, companies working in the oil sands must have a strong business model and the right equipment. That's where Komax comes into play. By producing equipment that can stand up to conditions, Komax offers those working in the oil sands something more.
"Komax Systems, Inc.'s severe duty steam heaters are the best way to optimize the Oil Sands separation process," notes Nolan Smith/Sr. Applications Specialist. "Our designs are made to endure the harshest operating conditions possible."
The high thermal efficiency and instant controllability of direct steam injection means oil sands processors can optimize the separation process. Significantly more efficient than indirect systems, this model provides on-demand hot water instantly, mixing the steam and bitumen froth, tailings or other slurry together with no moving parts – thus, low noise and low vibration and less wear and tear.
Even under harsh conditions, the high heating efficiency is close to 100% and minimal vibration and long operating life make this piece of equipment a serious breakthrough. Tungsten carbide construction and highly adaptable modifications make the Komax Severe Duty Steam Heater a serious contender for oil sands companies.
With profits rising and falling like shifting sand, having the right equipment can mean the ability to make profit and carve out more of the fuels market.
Media Contact: Robert S. Smith President
15301 Graham Street
Huntington Beach, CA 92649
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SOURCE Komax Systems, Inc.