New member spotlight: Energy-tech company Reuter-Stokes

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For the process heating and combustion market, Reuter-Stokes manufactures harsh environment flame sensors for industrial burners for maximum efficiency and safety, including being certified for use in Zone 1 or Zone 2 locations.

Reuter-Stokes, a Baker Hughes business, is an energy-technology company, producing products that are vital to its customers’ harshest measurement and mission-critical sensing applications.

For the process heating and combustion market, Reuter-Stokes, located in Twinsburg, Ohio, manufactures harsh environment flame sensors for industrial burners for maximum efficiency and safety, including being certified for use in Zone 1 or Zone 2 locations. In fact, its flame sensors have been proven under extreme use as standard components on the world’s largest fleet of heavy-duty gas turbines used for power generation.

Reuter-Stokes product lines and applications include:

  • Homeland security.
  • Downhole drilling and wireline sensors.
  • Neutron scattering.
  • Nuclear instrumentation detectors.
  • Environmental radiation monitoring.
  • Flame monitoring.

As part of its ongoing commitment to quality and customer satisfaction, Reuter-Stokes is committed to maintaining ISO9001:2015 with design and AS9100:2016 with design certifications.

But Reuter-Stokes brings more than reliable products to the table. The company is dedicated to advancing the industry. Its aim is to play a vital role in helping its customers build safer and smarter applications.

From cultivating the next generation of engineers to supporting the next generation of industrial heating equipment, Reuter-Stokes invests intentionally in the future of their fields.

And the company is positioned well to do so. From its beginnings as a GE company, Reuter-Stokes has been a pioneer in its product lines, technologies, and applications. It now brings more than six decades of expertise to the research, development, manufacture, and installation of industry-leading energy technology solutions ranging from flame sensing to radiation monitoring, and from nuclear power-plant instrumentation to downhole navigation for oil and gas drilling.

From cultivating the next generation of engineers to supporting the next generation of industrial heating equipment, Reuter-Stokes invests intentionally in the future of their fields. The company is committed to serving the heat-processing industry and is excited to partner with IHEA to further the association’s mission.

More info: www.reuter-stokes.com

Don’t forget IHEA’s fall seminars

Combustion Seminar and Safety Standards and Codes Seminar. IHEA will offer its Combustion Seminar and Safety Standards and Codes Seminar in Indianapolis, Indiana, October 3-4, 2022. The concurrent technical seminars will be at the Indiana Convention Center in conjunction with the Metal Treating Institute’s (MTI) Furnaces North America (FNA). The schedule provides attendees the benefit of expanding their technical knowledge and allows time to visit with FNA exhibitors, including IHEA members and companies represented by IHEA seminar speakers.

More info: www.ihea.org/event/Combustion22

Powder Coating and Curing Processes Seminar. The Powder Coating and Curing Processes Seminar will be September 20-21, 2022, in Henderson, Nevada. Attendees learn everything from pretreatment and powder materials to curing processes and testing equipment for powder coating. There will be live demonstrations and time in a custom coater facility for attendees to see the processes up close and try their skills at spraying powder and curing a part.

More info: www.ihea.org/event/PCCSept22

IHEA 2022 Calendar of Events

September 20–21
Powder Coating & Curing Processes Seminar
AR Iron LLC | Henderson, Nevada

October 3–4
IHEA Combustion Seminar
Indiana Convention Center | Indianapolis, Indiana

Long the industry premier seminar for industrial process heating professionals, this two-day event offers attendees the chance to learn the latest in combustion technology and visit with industry suppliers.

October 24
Fundamentals of Industrial Process Heating Online Course

Six-week online distance learning course is designed to give the student a fundamental understanding of the mechanisms of heat transfer within an industrial furnace and the associated losses and the operation of a heating source either as fuel combustion or electricity.

For details on IHEA events, go to www.ihea.org/events