Furnace Solutions 8-9 June 2022
Furnace Solutions returns as a face to face meeting in 2022. This two day event will be held at the Totally Wicked Stadium home of St Helens Rugby League Club with plenty of free parking. The stadium is built on land that was previously occupied by United Glass Peasley Cross and the conference room overlooks the site where Glass Futures is being constructed. St Helens is a major centre for glass making and the visitor attraction The World of Glass.
Andrew Keeley, NSG 'Hydrogen firing at Greengate'
Wayne Bridger, Linde 'Supplying hydrogen to NSG Greengate'
Christoph Jatwauk, FIC Germany 'Energy savings to be had with all-electric forehearths for mainstream use'
Ernesto Cattaneo & Giorgio Minestrini, STARA GLASS 'The idea of total heat recovery in glass industry and LIFE SUGAR report'
Neil Simpson, Simpson Combustion 'How many m3/h of gas to produce a tonne of CO2 - how do you justify the investment to reduce both?'
Joost Vanthielen, Emisshield 'Emissivity coating to reduce heat loss'
Richard Stormont & Grahame Stuart, Electroglass ‘Are we nearly there yet? The journey to sustainable glass making is not over, but we are well on the way’
Lara Edison, Encirc 'Bio fuel firing trials it Encirc'
Chris Windle, DSF ‘Hy-ghly durable refractories for hybrid glass melters’
Oscar Verheijen, Celsian ‘Hydrogen combustion for the glass industry’
Stuart Hakes, FIC-UK 'Critical points in how to maintain your electric furnace or boost and other helpful furnace operational tips’
Mark Pudner, British Glass 'BG net zero and environmental legislation on pollutant emission/CO2'