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Virtual Technical Training | Two-Year Financing Agreement | New Smelt Spout
Virtual Technical Training: Condition Assessment
Registration is now open for our Condition Assessment & Inspection Virtual Training Seminar, which will take place on May 27, 2020 from 1:00 to 4:00 PM Eastern time.
This virtual training will provide important knowledge and techniques for the continued availability and reliability of your boiler and associated equipment, as well as the safety of plant personnel. Topics covered include the various components for inspection and non-destructive testing techniques, as well as the importance of an effective inspection program.
Seminar participants will learn from recognized subject experts, ask live questions, dialogue with instructors, and receive printed training manuals and resources to reinforce lessons learned during the presentations.
B&W Completes Two-Year Financing Agreement and Credit Extension
If you missed the press release, we announced last week that we have amended our Credit Agreement, which now replaces and supersedes the previously disclosed agreement. The new agreement:
- Extends current revolving credit facility and availability for letters of credit for two years
- Strengthens capital structure in support of the Company’s long-term operations
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We also released 1st quarter 2020 financial results.
New Insertable Smelt Spout Design
Since supplying the first Kraft recovery boiler in 1929, B&W has led the development of many improvements in safer, longer-lasting operation of smelt spout systems for the Pulp & Paper industry.
Our latest innovation is a new, boiler wall-mounted hood enclosure design. It is available for our 15- and 30-degree insertable spouts and incorporates a hood-mounted optimally positioned shatter jet assembly.
B&W Vølund Awarded Service Contracts for Waste-to-Energy Customers in U.K., Denmark
B&W Vølund has been awarded a multi-year service contract for two U.K. waste-to-energy plants and a plant upgrade service contract for a combined heat and power waste-to-energy plant in Denmark. The combined value of the contracts is more than $4 million.
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Did You Know?
During the late 1920s and early 1930s, working in conjunction with B&W engineers, significant design developments in the kraft recovery process in the pulp and paper industry were achieved by G.H. Tomlinson. In fact, the first Tomlinson recovery boiler was supplied by B&W in 1929, at the Canada Paper Company’s Windsor Mills, Quebec, plant.