Cambridge, MA (PRWEB) February 27, 2013
HGH Infrared Systems recently reported the sale of their 1000th rotary kiln scanner, closing a highly successful year and indicating that the manufacturing and construction industry may be experiencing a healthy rebound. Growth in US sales in 2012, with recent clients including Magnesita Refractories, Domtar Paper Mills, and Polysius are indicators that the economy may be heading in the right direction.
The Kilnscan helps to prevent the risk of hotspots on the shell, detects a single falling brick thanks to high performance thermal and spatial resolution, and evaluates any deformations in the kiln. HGH develops the only temperature line scanner in the world to provide thermal warp monitoring, a must for predictive maintenance, as it displays in real time the evolution of the kiln axis distortion. The Kilnscan optimizes kiln performances and clinker production quality, as well as, reduces refractory maintenance costs and energy wastes. Current clients report back that the system is easy to use and that the images are very clear and precise. HGH offers the best in full technical support and customer service from their Cambridge, MA office. After recently installing their 1000th unit, some consistently operating after 20 years in use, in more than 50 countries, the Kilnscan remains the market leader of high end line scanners.