Evencure launches fuel-efficient heat exchanger and barn
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Evencure Systems of North Carolina has developed a heat exchanger that it says is the most efficient unit on the market.
During field tests, the heat exchanger achieved fuel efficiencies of up to 200 gallons per cure, in some cases using even less. Evencure estimates these fuel savings will allow a tobacco grower to recover his investment within two years.
Because of its simple design, the system requires little maintenance, creating additional savings. The Evencure heat exchanger is the only ELT-certified unit in North America.
Other advantages include a weld-joint free air stream, greater airflow and lower emissions. The unit is made from 100 percent stainless steel and is “gas man friendly.”
Evencure has also launched its first “21st Century” curing barn, which offers energy savings of up to 40 percent. The barn has 4-inch insulated walls and roofs, is made out of galvanized metal and offers faster curing and better airflow. A field test of five barns from late September through October averaged 215 gallons per cure.
We “have spent a lot of long hard days and nights trying to make our products the very best and most efficient on the market,” says Willie Earl Tart, vice president of Evencure Systems. “We hope the farmers are as pleased as we are with the great products and results.”
For more information, please contact Evencure Systems. Telephone: 919-427-5427 or 919-201-1748. Web site: www.evencuresystems.com.