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Canadian-made steam traps headed to the U.K

Thermal Energy International sells $1.3 million worth of steam traps to U.K food manufacturer.


February 18, 2011
by Canadian Manufactruing Daily Staff

OTTAWAThermal Energy International announced it has received purchase orders totaling about $694,000 from a major food manufacturer based in the UK, to provide GEM condensate return systems for five of its manufacturing sites.

These orders are in addition to purchase orders from the same customer totaling $584,000 which were announced December 23, 1010.

Since December 2010, Thermal Energy has received purchase orders from this customer totaling about $1.3 million, representing ten of the twelve food manufacturing sites in one of this customer’s divisions.

Thermal Energy International is a Canadian based clean technology company providing proprietary energy efficiency, emission reduction, water efficiency and bioenergy products to global industrial and commercial markets.

The GEM condensate return systems are steam traps designed without any moving parts so they will not wear out or fail.

The customer manufactures branded and private label chilled and frozen baked products.

These purchase orders followed three months of intensive steam metered trials at one of the division’s food manufacturing sites. At the trial site a complete condensate return system was converted over to a GEM system.