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offices have moved! You can now find us at
Eastwind Dr., Suite 115
can call us at
259-6505 or toll free at (888) 651-1940
can fax us
can email us
apologize for any inconvenience you encounter in your
correspondence with us as we get settled into our new
Bundy have participated in Relay for Life for several
years, but this year we entered a team and walked as a
group. Together we collected over $4000 for the
American Cancer Society! We would like to thank
the following companies for their support in the fight
Columbus Controls Inc
all for your generous donations and support. We
couldn't have done it without you.
Duke University's boilers complete:
Duke University set goals to a) be an
b) improve their fuel flexibility in a changing
energy market; and
c) assure environmental regulation compliance.
To that end, Duke upgraded their existing
baghouses on three coal fired boilers with the
addition of injection systems for lime activated
received the turnkey contract that included a central
lime storage system, material handling equipment, and
three injection systems to provide individual control
over the supply rate of both lime and carbon.
Also included was the necessary baghouse, duct
and control modifications.
The equipment began operation in March, 2007
and has met all contract performance requirements.
upgrades/replaces the nation's first pulse jet boiler
In 1973 E.I. duPont contracted with Standard
Havens for the supply of the first pulse jet baghouses
sold for an industrial boiler application in the United States. Four
baghouse systems were supplied for the coal fired
boilers at duPont's Washington Works in
Bundy was the Technical Director of Standard Havens at
that time, and Standard Havens is the forerunner of
more than 30 years of continuous operation, these
baghouses still functioned adequately, but with the
coming demands of the Boiler MACT requirements, and
the baghouses showing their age, DuPont decided to
implement a major revision and upgrade of the entire
power house air pollution control system.
Some baghouses were retained, but had lime
injections systems added, other baghouses were
replaced, and baghouse systems were added to
All systems included individual lime injection
was selected to provide all the new APC equipment.
9th brick kiln DIFF system goes on line:
In October, 2007 General Shale and Brick
started up Plant 43 in
plant included a BET DIFF (Dry Injection Fabric
Filter) system, as do two other GS&B plants at
is BET's 9th DIFF system (10 kilns are
controlled by these 9 systems).
In addition BET has two other brick kiln APC
systems under contract that will start operation in
the coming months.
We believe that this establishes BET as the
leading supplier of DIFF system for brick kiln
After nearly 40 years in air pollution control,
Richard "Dick" Bundy has mostly retired.
orderly transition for Dick's retirement was
Wes McKenzie, who had been a vice president and
was responsible for all post-contract operations for
15 years was promoted to President in January 2006.
During 2006 Dick continued full time work, but
Wes took over the responsibilities of running the
January 1st, 2007 Dick officially retired
from the day-to-day operations of the company and now
serves as an occasional consultant and frequent lunch
major retirement activities include a lot of
grandparenting, enjoying his new house, longer visits
to his cabin in the Idaho mountains, and learning to
ride his new (and first) motorcycle.
Cornelius Family Grows:
On Sept. 12, 2007, BET's long term Project
Manager, John Cornelius, and his wife Heather welcomed
to their family. She
weighed in at 8 lbs, with more hair than John and an
adorable smile. Mother
and daughter are doing great, brother Hunter is
delighted to have a sister, and Daddy John couldn't be
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