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Italian Pharmaceutical Company Enjoys Fast Payback On GEM Steam Traps

Italian Pharmaceutical Company Enjoys Fast Payback On GEM Steam Traps
A leading global healthcare company has revealed that it has achieved a 12-month payback on Thermal Energy International’s GEM venturi orifice steam traps installed at its manufacturing facility in Italy. Thermal Energy International has installed a total of 92 steam traps throughout the facility’s process plant, which has removed the problems of mechanical steam trap failure and high maintenance costs.
11th May 2012

HOSPITAL LAUNDRY’S ENERGY AND WATER COSTS TUMBLE AND CO2 EMISSIONS FALL AFTER FITTING GEM STEAM TRAPS

HOSPITAL LAUNDRY’S ENERGY AND WATER COSTS TUMBLE AND CO2 EMISSIONS FALL AFTER FITTING GEM STEAM TRAPS
Dedicated to taking an active role in reducing its carbon emissions as well as saving costs, MTW Linen Services, a subsidiary of Maidstone & Tunbridge Wells NHS, has reduced its CO2 emissions by 12.5% following the installation of Thermal Energy International’s GEM venturi orifice steam traps. In addition, the laundry has reduced its energy consumption by 12% and its water usage by a substantial 30%.
31st January 2012

Thermal Energy International Raises The Bar On Thermal Efficiency On Stand C8 At Maintec 2012

Thermal Energy International Raises The Bar On Thermal Efficiency On Stand C8 At Maintec 2012
Thermal Energy International Inc. (TEI) will be exhibiting its range of awarding winning energy efficiency products at standon stand C8 at the NEC Birmingham from 28th February to the 1st March. TEI’s products include its GEM venturi orifice steam traps and its flue gas condensing heat recovery economisers or economisers.
29th November 2011


Thermal Energy International’S Gem Traps Provide 9.4% Energy Savings At Servizi Ospedalieri, Italy

Thermal Energy International’S Gem Traps Provide 9.4% Energy Savings At Servizi Ospedalieri, Italy
Servizi Ospedalieri, is fulfilling its environmental pledge of reducing energy usage by installing the award winning GEM venturi orifice traps from Thermal Energy International. Trialled through Thermal Energy International’s Italian agent, Nuova Folati, at Servizi Ospedalieri’s plant in Porto Garibaldi, the laundry’s independent, technical assessors, IMAT S.r.l. of Rome, was able to verify that GEM steam traps have provided close to a 10% saving in energy consumption compared to newly installed mechanical traps.
14th November 2011

Wigan Infirmary Expected To Save Over £48,000 A Year Following Installation Of Gem Steam Traps

Wigan Infirmary Expected To Save Over £48,000 A Year Following Installation Of Gem Steam Traps
The Royal Albert Edward Infirmary in Wigan, better known as Wigan Infirmary, anticipatesexpects that it will avoid spending £48,847 per annum in fuel and maintenance costs following the installation of Thermal Energy International’s GEM venturi orifice steam traps. A total of 157 GEM steam traps have been installed throughout Wigan Infirmary’s site providing the hospital with a projected payback in just under two years on steam savings, increased efficiency, failed traps, maintenance and Carbon Offset Value costs.
1st November 2011

Global Steel Company Saves Energy, Replacement Steam Traps And Maintenance With Thermal Energy International's GEM Steam Traps

Global Steel Company Saves Energy, Replacement Steam Traps And Maintenance With Thermal Energy International's GEM Steam Traps
A major global steel company, based in India, is saving on energy, replacement steam traps and maintenance after replacing its thermodynamic traps with Thermal Energy International’s GEM venturi orifice design. Following successful bucket tests on drip legs, Thermal Energy International’s Indian agent, Hyderabad based Zenith Marketing & Consultants, has installed 400 GEM traps throughout the plant.
19th September 2011

Thermal Energy International Raises The Bar On Thermal Efficiency At Stand H41 At Energy Solutions Expo

Thermal Energy International Raises The Bar On Thermal Efficiency At Stand H41 At Energy Solutions Expo
Thermal Energy International Inc. will be exhibiting its range of awarding winning energy efficiency products at standat stand H41 at the Energy Solutions Expo at Olympia, London on the 11th and 12th October. TEI’s products include its GEM venturi orifice steam traps and its flue gas condensing heat recovery economisers or economisers.
30th August 2011

Thermal Energy International Raises The Bar On Thermal Efficiency At Stand H41 At Energy Solutions Expo

Thermal Energy International Raises The Bar On Thermal Efficiency At Stand H41 At Energy Solutions Expo
Thermal Energy International Inc.will be exhibiting its range of awarding winning energy efficiency products at stand H41 at the Energy Solutions Expo at Olympia, London on the 11th and 12th October. TEI’s products include its GEM venturi orifice steam traps and its flue gas condensing heat recovery economisers .
18th August 2011

THE ANGELINI GROUP MAKES GEM ITS STEAMTRAP OF CHOICE

THE ANGELINI GROUP MAKES GEM ITS STEAMTRAP OF CHOICE
The international pharmaceutical and health-care group, Angelini, has made Thermal Energy International Inc’s GEM venturi orifice steam trap its steam trap of choice following three years extensive testing.
1st August 2011

ENERGY EFFICIENT FERRERO GROUP INVESTS IN GEM

ENERGY EFFICIENT FERRERO GROUP INVESTS IN GEM
Thermal Energy International Inc is pleased to announce that Energhe S.p.A. has made Thermal Energy International’s GEM venturi orifice steam traps its steam trap of choice following rigorous testing at Ferrero Group’s headquarters in Alba, Italy. Founded in 2007 by parent company, Ferrero Group, Energhe S.p.A. develops energy efficient projects and financial savings for the Ferrero Group. The company is also offering its services to other companies and plans to develop this service as it grows. To date 150 GEM steam traps have replaced mechanical traps in the Ferrero Group’s sites in Italy, Germany and Ireland.
4th July 2011

THERMAL ENERGY INTERNATIONAL’S GEM TRAPS PROVIDE 9.4% ENERGY SAVINGS AT SERVIZI OSPEDALIERI, ITALY

THERMAL ENERGY INTERNATIONAL’S GEM TRAPS PROVIDE 9.4% ENERGY SAVINGS AT SERVIZI OSPEDALIERI, ITALY
Leading industrial laundry, Servizi Ospedalieri, is fulfilling its environmental pledge of reducing energy usage by installing the award winning GEM venturi orifice traps from Thermal Energy International. Trialled through Thermal Energy International’s Italian agent, Nuova Folati, at Servizi Ospedalieri’s plant in Porto Garibaldi, the laundry’s independent, technical assessors, IMAT S.r.l. of Rome, was able to verify that GEM steam traps have provided close to a 10% saving in energy consumption compared to newly installed mechanical traps.
3rd June 2011

Salisbury District Hospital saves 10% of its steam production with GEM steam traps

Salisbury District Hospital saves 10% of its steam production with GEM steam traps
Salisbury District Hospital is saving approximately 10% of its steam consumption following the installation of Thermal Energy International’s GEM venturi orifice steam traps, which is providing the hospital with significant energy savings. Together with other energy saving incentives already introduced, the GEM traps have helped ensure that the hospital is working towards the Government’s mandatory performance targets for the NHS to reduce CO2 emissions by 10% from 2007 to 2015 in its new and existing buildings.
18th May 2011

CRC ENERGY EFFICIENCY SCHEME – HOW DO WE ACHIEVE THESE TARGETS?

CRC ENERGY EFFICIENCY SCHEME – HOW DO WE ACHIEVE THESE TARGETS?
The CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme, formerly the Carbon Reduction Commitment, is a mandatory UK carbon emissions trading scheme covering organisations that use more than 6,000MWh per year of electricity (equivalent to an annual electricity bill of about £500,000). Operated by the UK Government’s Department of Environment and Climate Change (DECC) and aligned to the Energy Act 2008 and the Climate Change Act 2008, the more carbon dioxide a company emits the more allowances it will have to purchase.
2nd March 2011

THERMAL ENERGY RECEIVES PURCHASE ORDERS FROM A MAJOR FOOD MANUFACTURER

THERMAL ENERGY RECEIVES PURCHASE ORDERS FROM A MAJOR FOOD MANUFACTURER
Thermal Energy International has announced that it has received purchase orders totally £374,167 ) from a major food manufacturer based in the UK, to provide GEM® condensate return systems for use at 5 of its manufacturing sites. The GEM steam traps should be shipped and the revenue recognised over the next 3 months.
12th February 2011

GEM steam traps stop mechanical trap failure & reduce condensate return pressure by 51% at KNPC Shuaiba refinery

GEM steam traps stop mechanical trap failure & reduce condensate return pressure by 51% at KNPC Shuaiba refinery
Keeping on top of the constant challenge of repairing and replacing thousands of mechanical steam traps is no longer a problem at KNPC’s Shauiba Refinery in Kuwait following the successful conversion of 1,750 mechanical traps to Thermal Energy International’s award winning GEM Venturi Orifice design. In addition, KNPC, a subsidiary of the Kuwait Petroleum Association, has seen the HP hot condensate header pressure drop from highs of 175 psig to just 90 psig.
20th January 2011

Thermal Energy International Unveils A Larger Range Of Flu-ace Systems At Maintec

Thermal Energy International Unveils A Larger Range Of Flu-ace Systems At Maintec
Thermal Energy International Inc. will be unveiling its modified range of FLU-ACE systems on stand D5 at Maintec 2011. Providing heat recovery and emission control in one package, FLU-ACE systems will be available in a broader range of sizes and are aimed at processing companies and institutions with both CHP waste heat boilers as well as traditional industrial boiler systems, wishing to take advantage of the substantial economic and environmental savings provided by recovering large amounts of lost heat and energy from the boiler exhaust.
30th November 2010

Wasting Energy Through Steam Loss By Grant Bailey Sales & Marketing Director of Thermal Energy International Inc

Wasting Energy Through Steam Loss By Grant Bailey Sales & Marketing Director of Thermal Energy International Inc
The European Union Directive on the Energy Performance of Buildings, which relates to all member nations of the European Union, are obliged to set limits on greenhouse gas emissions, particularly from buildings.
2nd November 2010

Diageo Installs GEM Steam Traps

Diageo Installs GEM Steam Traps
Diageo’s 18-acre Runcorn facility is making savings in energy, replacement costs and maintenance of its steam traps following the installation of Thermal Energy International’s Venturi Orifice GEM traps. Thermal Energy International (TEI) has installed a total of 71 steam traps through the plant, which has provided Diageo with a payback in less than 12-months.
16th September 2010

Corus Installs Gem Steam Traps To Improve Energy Conservation And Reduce Co2 Emissions

Corus Installs Gem Steam Traps To Improve Energy Conservation And Reduce Co2 Emissions
Corus’s Trostre Steel Works in Llanelli, South Wales has installed Thermal Energy International’s GEM Venturi orifice steam traps as part of the plant’s continuous improvement programme into energy conservation and CO2 reduction. A leading supplier of high quality light gauge steels, the site produces over 400,000 tonnes a year of packaging steels for the UK market.
26th August 2010

NHS TRUST FOCUS ON STEAM ENERGY SAVINGS FOLLOWING TEI PRESENTATION

NHS TRUST FOCUS ON STEAM ENERGY SAVINGS FOLLOWING TEI PRESENTATION
With steam generation accounting for 30 to 40% of most hospitals’ annual energy bills and with up to 45% of steam production being lost through less than efficient steam systems, it is unsurprising that Thermal Energy International’s (TEI) range of products for maintaining and minimising the cost of running steam and condensate applications is creating such interest with NHS Estate managers who are tasked with reducing carbon emissions and energy costs.
24th February 2010


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