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Testimonials

I have relied on Andrew’s steam system expertise for many of the steam projects my company has been involved in. His broad knowledge in all aspects of steam design and solid experience “in the field” makes him an excellent and trusted source of information for all things steam related. His experience with mechanical systems and processes allows him to understand the big picture.

Andrew’s experience will make your steam project a success.

Brian De Jaegher, PEng. President, Raven Hydronic Supply

Andrew worked with me on a turnkey hot water tank replacement managing the contractor in the demolition and installation of a new instantaneous hot water heater. The project proceeded smoothly and the system worked as promised. It has been in operation for a number of years now with no complaints.

Andrew has the products and knowledge I know I can trust.

Mark Gushulak Chief Operating Engineer

I have worked with Andrew for a number of years on many successful steam heating and condensate recovery projects in the Fraser Health Authority. I have found him to be an excellent resource on steam systems and he is always willing to share his knowledge. He presented a full day seminar on steam topics to our operating engineers which was well received. Andrew has participated in many BC CHES Trade Shows and has also been a guest speaker.

I would not hesitate to recommend Andrew to help you with any of your steam system requirements.

Chris Nicol Manager, Construction Commissioning & Inspection Lower Mainland Facilities Management
Did You Know?
Consider Installing a Condensing Economizer

Boilers equipped with condensing economizers can have an overall efficiency that exceeds 90%. A condensing economizer can increase overall heat recovery and steam system efficiency by up to 10% by reducing the flue gas temperature below its dew point and improves the effectiveness of waste heat recovery and fall under 2 categories. An indirect contact condensing economizer removes heat from hot flue gases by passing them through one or more shell-and-tube or tubular heat exchangers. A direct contact condensing economiz­er consists of a vapor-conditioning chamber followed by a countercurrent spray chamber. In the spray chamber, the cool liquid come into direct contact with the hot flue gas, providing a non-fouling heat transfer surface

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