Industrial Burners Industry - New Trends in Technology
We often talk about the industrial revolution, and what allowed it to happen. It was steam powered, long before the electrification of the planet. When did it really begin? Looking back through the lenses of history, it was when man mastered fire to melt and work copper, beginning the Chalcolithic period, or copper age. The first copper smelting furnaces date to 6500 years ago. That was the first use of industrial burners. Much has changed since then, and evolution of burner technology continues. Check out our latest paper to find out what the latest trends are in Industrial Burners.
Systems Integration Industry - New Trends in Technology
The role of the systems integrator will increase with each new step on the technology ladder. This paper discusses the trends in systems integration and software solutions for the systems integrator business.
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