Click here to talk with us about these and other engineering services:
Efficiency Opportunity Plan
Water treatment customers in the Northwest receive this service as an annual benefit at no charge. The Efficiency Opportunity Plan is a professionally engineered plan that evaluates opportunities for improvement in your mechanical steam system. This is an invaluable tool that will show you ways to save fuel, water, and chemicals, while increasing capacity and condensate.
Steam System Improvement Plans
From the opportunity plan, our engineers will develop an in-depth, quantifiable plan showing detailed recommendations for steam system improvements, with all costs and payback savings within a timeline.
Custom Engineering Reports
We'll address a specific steam improvement or challenge and provide a custom engineering report with recommendations, costs, and return on investment.
Competitive Bid Procurement
Steam Engineering is expert at acquiring competitive bids from suppliers and contractors for any steam-related job.
We've managed all levels of steam-related projects for over 24years and will handle everything from turn-key installations to the small project.
Steam Engineering will help you meet all air, water, and wastewater compliance and regulations. See our Food & Beverage Industry Projects for examples on how we've helped clients meet FDA, Kosher and Parve compliance.
We can also bring green solutions to your steam plant that will prevent pollution and help you become LEED certified.
As part of our engineering services, Steam Engineering can recommend steam system improvement equipment and connect you directly with reliable sources. Click here for examples.
Click here to have us contact you about your steam engineering project needs.
Energy Grants—Don't Wait
If your company hasn't yet applied for an energy grant, now is the time: we don't know how long the federal government will offer this funding. Northwest companies should contact us for information on how to proceed.
Steam Engineering, Inc. is certified by the US Department of of Energy to complete the initial no-cost and required evaluation.