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ClearSign Technologies receives orders for engineering of burners from California refinery

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Hydrocarbon Engineering,


ClearSign Technologies Corp. has announced the receipt of two purchase orders to complete the engineering of burners for the fitting of two additional process heaters in a California refinery for a total of four burners.

"We are grateful and encouraged to receive these additional orders for the initial engineering of burners to be fitted into two more heaters at this California refinery," said Jim Deller, Ph.D., CEO of ClearSign. "These orders follow the supply of burners for the two other heaters in the same refinery that were started up earlier this year. This customer is now familiar with ClearSign's technology, and we are pleased to continue to work with them to advance their emissions, and clean air goals."

These orders follow the recent successful installations of two multi burner heater orders at the customer's refinery site. Like previous orders, this initial engineering is anticipated to be followed by purchase orders for the manufacture and supply of burners. This California refinery is an early customer of the company and has ongoing experience with the operation and performance of ClearSign's burner technology. The supply of ClearSign's technology helps the refinery continue to meet California's clean air goals and go beyond established emissions limits to further reduce their environmental footprint.

Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/refining/01052024/clearsign-technologies-receives-orders-for-engineering-of-burners-from-california-refinery/

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