Hot oil units
- Low Cost Portable Chillers. // Rubber World;Spring2004, Vol. 229 Issue 8, p6
Describes Budzar Industries' portable air-cooled chiller and temperature module controller. Key features, including a Copeland scroll compressor, a multistate centrifugal stainless steel pump and a NEMA 1 electrical enclosure.
- Controller measures 6 temperature zones. // Plastics News;5/5/2003, Vol. 15 Issue 10, p30
Budzar Industries Inc. has designed a multizone hot-water temperature controller with up to six independent zones. An independent zone control maximizes production by operating each zone at an independent set point. The old component can be repaired at the plant or can be returned to Budzar...
- Mixer seal oil recovery. // Rubber World;Jun93, Vol. 208 Issue 3, p48
Presents Budzar Industries' mixer seal oil recovery system. Combination of reservoir, high pressure injection system and volumetric shot control; Mechanism; Features.
- Budzar boosts facility space. Bregar, Bill // Plastics News;4/3/2000, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p13
Reports on Budzar Industries Inc.'s expansion of its factory in Willoughby, Ohio.
- Controller unit uses negative pressure. // Plastics News;12/16/2002, Vol. 14 Issue 42, p18
Reports on the use of negative pressure at thermal VAC control unit of Willoughby, Ohio-based Budzar Industries Inc. to prevent hot oil or water from spraying out. Introduction of ICE AP series of self-contained, air cooling chillers.
- A switch to thermostats. // Machine Design;10/26/95, Vol. 67 Issue 19, p76
Focuses on thermostats. Components; Other features; Strut-and-shell thermostats; Bimetal disc thermostats; Liquid-filled thermostat; Operations; Capabilities.
- What's new in bimetal thermostats. // Machine Design;10/26/95, Vol. 67 Issue 19, p86
Reports on improvements in bimetal thermostats. Use of a three-fourth-inch snap-acting bimetallic disc with an internal heating element; Biasing heater; Packaging features; Miniaturization.
- Temperature controllers: So what's different? Compton, Bob // Process Heating;Jan/Feb95, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p28
Focuses on determining which temperature controller is mostly suited for one's specific application. Knowing if the controller can get the job done; Importance of cost; Availability of plentiful input options; Quality as the bottom line of choosing a controller; Usefulness of applying weighing...
- Maintaining temperature using power control. Erickson, Jim // Process Heating;Mar96, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p66
Focuses on the interface between temperature-sensing device and power control. On-off control; Proportional control; Power control device for ramping the power output.