Thirty Years of Steam Engineering
Steam Engineering, Inc. has a successful history of developing and modifying steam and cooling tower plants in a wide variety of industries, to make them work at the level of efficiency and productivity you need.
Our engineers have been at the forefront of developing and using innovation and experience to solve problems for more than 30 years.
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Food & Beverage Processing
Steam Engineering, Inc. clients in this industry include processors of dairy products, seafood, meat, vegetables, potatoes, beverages, spices, soups, animal feed... we work with all food & beverage producers.
Additionally, we're expert at helping you develop steam and cooling tower systems that meet the requirements of kosher, parve, organic and LEED certification.
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Steam Engineering, Inc. clients in this industry include those who work with lumber, treated wood products, poles, veneer, wood chips and fiberboard, among others.
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Steam Engineering, Inc. works with industrial clients in technology, energy and alternative energy, aerospace, packaging, textiles, building products, and shipbuilding, to name a few.
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Steam Engineering, Inc. works with various types of institutions such as medical centers, colleges, research groups, and government.
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- McKenzie Forest Products Increases Production Using Less Steam
- J. R. Simplot: Burner Upgrade Project Improves Performance and Saves Energy
- West Linn Paper Company Saves $379,000 Annually
- Givaudan-Silverton Cuts Energy-Related Costs By $85,000 Annually
- International Paper Company Gains More Drying Capacity Using Less Fuel
- Nestle Raises Pressure and Increases Production
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Food processing plant, Oregon