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ClearSign Technologies receives order from Californian refinery

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ClearSign Technologies Corp.(ClearSign Technologies), an emerging leader in industrial combustion and sensing technologies that improve energy, operational efficiency and safety while dramatically reducing emissions, has announced that it has received an initial engineering order from a large independent national refiner as the first phase of a project to retrofit two process heaters for a total of 20 ClearSign CoreTM burners in one of its California refineries.

Similar to other announced process burner projects, this project will consist of multiple phases. The first is this order, which consists of engineering, drafting and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) modelling of ClearSign Core burners operating in the destination heaters. The following phases of this project are expected to include a physical 'first article' full-size burner demonstration, then the supply of 20 burners to be installed in the California refinery heaters.

"We are excited to announce the start of another multi heater project comprised of a total of 20 ClearSign Core burners, this time to deliver exceptionally low airborne emissions for our client in the California market", said Jim Deller, CEO of ClearSign. "This is expected to be our largest process burner project to date, and it is also our first order from this large, independent US refiner. We are encouraged to see continued and increasing traction in the California market, which is a major focus for us; and in addition the engagement and support of the global engineering companies who are also involved in our client's emissions reduction project".

Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/refining/29032022/clearsign-technologies-receives-order-from-californian-refinery/

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