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Jun 272018
 

JSDJ Heavy Industry is a major supplier and EPC company of waste heat boilers & systems for various industries, including but not limited to metallurgy, sulfuric acid production, construction materials production, municipal waste disposal, hazardous waste incineration, oil refinery, etc. JSDJ has been granted 36 national patents and certified by ASME, ISO 9001 and PED. As if 2016, over 25% of domestic waste heat recovery boilers came from JSDJ. Each year, our products help reduce coal usage by 25,000,000 T, CO2 emission by 65,500,000 T, SO2 by 212,500 T, Oxynitride by 185,000 T.
What – What we manufacture
We offer our clients customized design & manufacture of waste heat recovery boilers that always have yielded maximum steam output for their specific industrial process needs.
Why – Why waste heat recovery system
It is estimated that around 20%-50% of industrial energy input is rejected and lost in the environment, which puts our environment at risk. This waste heat arises due to both equipment inefficiencies and thermodynamic limitations of the equipment and processes.Although some of the waste heat losses from the industrial processes are inevitable, the industrial facilities can reduce these losses by installing waste heat recovery systems. By doing so, not only can industrial business owners lower their overall production cost by transforming waste heat into electricity, but it can also help reduce a tremendous amount of gas emission into our atmosphere.
Where – Where do we serve
Our waste recovery boilers &systems can be found in China, Pakistan, India, Vietnam, etc. We go wherever there is a need for recovering waste heat.
How – How do we do business
We hold ourselves to the highest business standards and consider factors beyond financial performance when evaluating our success.
One important aspect of our way of doing business is that we never subcontract our key components (pressure parts) out. It is to ensure the manufacturing quality of all our products.

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