Martin Engineering updates

Our friends, ACC members, and long-time supporters and annual sponsors, at Martin Engineering have been very busy recently and I have been remiss in keeping up with their activities.

In early September, they partnered with CoaLogix to help utilities address the issue of buildup in SCRs

CoaLogix and its subsidiary SCR-Tech LLC, (Charlotte, NC) have reached an agreement with Martin Engineering to market unique systems for clearing ash buildup from selective catalyst reduction (SCR) used in power plant emissions control.

Also in early September Martin released their new website to the public,

In a move designed to better reflect its reputation, core business and brand strategy, Martin Engineering has officially launched its new website at The new look was designed to invoke the progressive history of the organization and its many design innovations, as well as intensified focus on custom-tailored solutions for specific customer issues.

More recently, Martin has broken new ground in PRB coal handling techniques,

In a move designed to reduce maintenance and better control fugitive material, an innovative Michigan power supplier has installed customized wash boxes from Martin Engineering on its coal conveyor belts, slashing cleanup time while drastically reducing surface dust and airborne particles. Believed to be the first wash boxes used successfully on the tripper floor of a PRB coal operation in the U.S., the units have now been installed in six locations within the company’s network of Midwestern plants.

It is good to see consistent, reliable ACC members like Martin Engineering enjoying success in their business endeavors. Check out their websites and read the linked news releases in the post above for more information about Martin Engineering’s product line and services.

21. September 2012 by Jason Hayes
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