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Aziz A. Jamaluddin has been Inducted into the Marquis Who’s Who Registry

Aziz A. Jamaluddin has been Inducted into the Marquis Who’s Who Registry

Mr. Jamaluddin is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Epcon Industrial Systems

 

THE WOODLANDS, TX, July 23, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ — Aziz A. Jamaluddin has been included in Marquis Who’s Who. As in all Marquis Who’s Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are selected on the basis of current reference value. Factors such as position, noteworthy accomplishments, visibility, and prominence in a field are all taken into account during the selection process.

Mr. Jamaluddin is the President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Epcon Industrial Systems, and a licensed registered Professional Engineer, in three (3) states, engineering and manufacturing air pollution control systems, specializing in thermal oxidizers; and, industrial ovens and furnaces, heat recovery solutions, as well as specialty patented systems for metals industry, such as patented thermal deoilers (combination of burn off oven and thermal oxidizer) and washlines for coil coating and 55 gallon drum manufacturers and automotive; in addition, for a variety of industries, including automotive, aerospace, metals, petroleum, chemicals and petrochemicals, oil and gas, web-processing, such as coil coating, flexible packaging, printing, asphalt roofing supply manufacturing, adhesives, pulp and paper, electronics and many more.

Long focused on the industrial applications of mechanical engineering innovations, he holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Osmania University in Hyderabad, India. He continued his education at the Illinois Institute of Technology, where he earned a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering focusing on vibration control, heat transfer and fluid dynamics. Mr. Jamaluddin was a doctoral candidate at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, presenting his thesis on the optimal design of shock absorbers and graduated from Harvard Business School with a President’s MBA.

Prior to establishing Epcon Industrial Systems, Mr. Jamaluddin was a senior mechanical engineer for General Electric Corporation, and Materials Science Corporation, where he was responsible for numerous multimillion-dollar coil coating projects, including contract work for global clients, the reestablishment of a plant in Mexico, and refurbishment or upgrades to the company’s existing coil-coating products worldwide.

In 1977, he founded Epcon Industrial Systems as a one-man enterprise, helping it grow gradually to a team of nearly 100 employees with a dedicated 250,000 square-foot in-house modern manufacturing facility, with sophisticated fabrication machinery. The design engineering and manufacturing business has been successfully flourishing for over four decades. Epcon Industrial Systems has designed and built multiple systems around the world, including across Europe, Central Asia, South America and the Middle East, and Mr. Jamaluddin has personally traveled to meet and make presentations for business development and negotiating contracts to the corporate leaders around the world. He has travelled to more than 120 countries.

In addition to acting as the President and CEO, Mr. Jamaluddin remains active as the company’s chief engineer and systems designer, and has custom-designed over 4,000 projects, to-date, to address the air pollution control, heat recovery and air quality problems and challenges of industrial processing and manufacturing and provided workable and comprehensive solutions. He always says he is a solution provider and provides “uncommon solutions to uncommon problems.”

He holds 20 patents for developments in thermal oxidizers, heat recovery and industrial oven and furnace technologies, and has been named as the Entrepreneur of the Year in 1992, 2994, 2002 and 2005 for his innovative approach to meeting the needs of domestic and international industrial business.

As a proven innovator in engineering and business development, Mr. Jamaluddin has been extensively published in professional journals and has presented technical papers at numerous conferences and academic symposia throughout his career.

Mr. Jamaluddin is an active member of such professional organizations as the NCCA (National Coil Coating Association), ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers), A&WMA (Air and Waste Management Association), API (American Petroleum Institute), Aluminum Association, ICAC (Institute of Clean Air Companies), IHEA (Industrial Heating Equipment Association), Vistage and various other trade organizations. He has proudly served on the board of directors of both for-profit and non-profit organizations such as the Southwest Bank of Texas and several Texas charitable and interfaith organizations. Among others, he is the chairperson of the Hyderabad Association of India, the Interfaith Ministry of Houston and Interfaith of The Woodlands, and the Islamic Society of the Woodlands. Within the next five years, Mr. Jamaluddin looks forward to continuing to build on the pioneering engineering work he has done with Epcon Industrial Systems, maintaining the company’s integrity as a leader in its field.

Aziz Jamaluddin has a charitable foundation for his philanthropy work. And, he generously donates money to children’s education and poverty-stricken people, not only in the United States, but in other countries. His greatest passion is children’s education.

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EPA Proposes More Stringent Toxic Emission Standards for Certain Types of Industrial Boilers

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is proposing amendments to the 2013 National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) for Industrial, Commercial, and Institutional Boilers and Process Heaters. These amendments would further reduce toxic emissions from certain types of units and represent continued clean air progress made by the Trump Administration. This rule – known as the Boiler MACT – establishes emission standards for categories of boilers based on the maximum achievable control technologies (MACT).

Please contact EPCON to find out if your current Process Heating Equipment needs assessment and compliance measures.

https://www.epa.gov/stationary-sources-air-pollution/industrial-commercial-and-institutional-boilers-and-process-heaters

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What does a Direct Fired Thermal Oxidizer (DTFO) do and how does it work?

Epcon’s animation details the operations of this air pollution control system. This 25,000 SCFM Duel Process Direct Fired Thermal Oxidizer was designed and manufactured by Epcon in the USA. DFTOs (also called Afterburners) have low capital costs, and low installation and maintenance costs, and are effective for high VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) concentrations, yielding a DRE (destruction removal and efficiency) of 99.99%+.

Visit us for more information https://www.epconlp.com/products/air-pollution-control/direct-fired-thermal-oxidizers/

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What is happening inside the combustion chamber to break down the air pollution? This animation shows the various components and thermal mechanics of a RTO operation and demonstrates how the process air cycles through the system.

Visit us for details https://www.epconlp.com/products/air-pollution-control/regenerative-thermal-oxidizer-rto/

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2,500 SCFM Recuperative Thermal Oxidizer. See inside this 2,500 SCFM Recuperative Thermal Oxidizer, designed, manufactured, tested and installed by Epcon. This animation demonstrates how the airflows pass through the shell and tube heat exchangers for maximum operating efficiencies. The Recuperative technology is suitable for low VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) concentrations and processes requiring 24-hour operation. These systems can achieve thermal efficiency up to 97% and have a DRE (destruction removal and efficiency) of 99%.

Visit us for more information https://www.epconlp.com/products/air-pollution-control/recuperative-thermal-oxidizers/

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What are Batch Ovens and what are they used for?

Multi Batch Oven featuring Guillotine Door. This animation highlights the features of a 3–Compartment Gas Fired Aging Oven with Cooling Capacity. Batch Ovens are an ideal solution for aging, baking, curing, drying, finishing, heat treating, hardening, or pre-heating. Direct, Indirect, Electric, Gas, or the alternate fuel of your choice, all available with integrated emissions compliance solutions, meeting your operational and budget requirements.

Check this link for details https://www.epconlp.com/products/process-heating-equipment/industrial-ovens/batch-ovens/. 

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How can a Multi-zone Conveyorized Oven increase your capacity?

Multi-zone Conveyorized Oven. How do you double your processing capacity in your single manufacturing line? This Multi-zone oven features Dual Lanes with both Exterior and Interior Curing Oven with a separate Cooling Zone. With a wide range of system customizations, from overhead conveyors, wire mesh belts, pusher-dog chain assemblies to specialty racks and hanging fixtures – customers can count on Epcon to deliver both products and service that meet and exceed their expectations.

Click here for more information https://www.epconlp.com/products/process-heating-equipment/industrial-ovens/conveyor/ .

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How does a Direct Fired Thermal Oxidizer (DFTO) work?

Direct Fired Thermal Oxidizer. How does a Direct Fired Thermal Oxidizer (DFTO) breakdown air pollution and remove emissions from process air? Epcon is an industry leader in Direct Fired Thermal Oxidizer (DFTO) control equipment technology specializing in custom modular units for stationary sources as well as trailer-mounted applications for the field and temporary solutions. Epcon is pleased to offer different purchase, lease, and rental agreement options to suit any need. Direct Fired Thermal Oxidizers are ideal solutions for high solvent loading and fluctuating operating conditions.

Check this link for more information https://www.epconlp.com/products/air-pollution-control/direct-fired-thermal-oxidizers/