Did you know that more than 50% of Americans live within 10 miles of a local brewery? Did you also know that there are more than 3,000 breweries in the United States today? Brewing beer didn’t originate in the U.S. but ever since the Pilgrims made their way to Plymouth Rock, Americans have always had a special taste for beer. The Mayflower is known to have stored beer for the Pilgrims, having been safer to drink than water at the time. Fastforward a century and you will find that many of our great Founding Fathers, including George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Benjamin Franklin, brewed their own beer. In fact, it is Franklin who is thought to have said that “Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy!” Much has changed since the American Revolution but for the most part, America’s thirst for beer has always persisted (even during Prohibition).
Because of this (in part), industrial gas burner manufacturers have been quite busy churning out industrial gas burners and other equipment needed for brewing beer and, moreover, producing the products Americans use on a daily basis. Ring burners, for example, are used by many restaurants to power their large grills. Propane burners are used for everything from cooking meat to welding metal. Industries (especially the manufacturing industry) rely on industrial burners to melt the chemicals and weld the materials we use without so much as a thought as to how they are made.
Industrial gas burner manufacturers must follow strict guidelines from the government and industry regulatory agencies. It is important to keep the products safe and efficient, especially considering that more than 50% of U.S. exports are manufactured goods. For more information about industrial gas burner manufacturers and other producers, feel free to leave a comment or question at the bottom.