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Enfab, INC.

Enfab, Inc. was founded in 1980 by Joe Killebrew to build the FRE-FLO heat exchangers he had invented 40 years earlier. In addition to the FRE-FLO heater, Enfab also custom designs and fabricates a wide variety of other shell and tube heat exchangers including "U" tube exchangers, condensers, evaporators, tank heaters, suction heaters, aftercoolers, intercoolers, oil coolers and double-wall exchangers. We can also design and build a complete system for you, complete with controls, sensors, and pumps.

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J.F.D. Tube & Coil Products, Inc. was founded in September, 1983 by Joseph Orlowski, Frank Simmons, and Diane Orlowski. Joe, Frank, and Diane started in a small 1500 square foot facility in East Haven, Connecticut. Our initial focus was on bending and coiling tube and pipe with several small coiling and bending machines. Within two years, we decided to expand our product offerings to include shell & tube heat exchangers and tube bundles. We moved our operations into an 8,000 square foot facility in New Haven, Connecticut and acquired a wide array of new machinery, tooling, and equipment. These expansions also included the acquisition of our most valuable resource, our first employees. As our workforce and equipment grew, so did our manufacturing capabilities. We set out to become a recognizable name among heat transfer manufacturers, known for our quality and service within the industry.

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Kam Thermal

Since 1906, KAM has been a leader in the design and manufacture of shell and tube heat exchangers. Some of the industries supplied by KAM includes petrochemical, paper and pulp, pharmaceutical, power generation, food processing as well as the HVAC market.

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Paul Mueller Company

Paul Mueller Company is headquartered in Springfield, Missouri, U.S.A., and was established in 1940. With additional manufacturing and sales operations located in Osceola, Iowa, Groenlo, Netherlands, and Vietnam, Paul Mueller Company employees build innovative processing equipment for use on dairy farms and in a wide variety of applications in food, beverage, pharmaceutical, and chemical facilities worldwide. From a stainless steel wine barrel to a one million gallon tank fabricated in the field, Mueller product solutions and components are making a difference all around the world.

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Thrush Company

In 1923, Homer A. Thrush committed himself to developing superior hot water heating systems. The Thrush Company Inc. Water Circulator was first introduced to the growing hydronics industry in 1928. This innovation brought the advantages of hot water heat to virtually every home and business. Mr. Thrush pioneered many innovations that have contributed to the comfort and well being of mankind. Established in 1997, Thrush Co. Inc., which was named after Homer A. Thrush in commemoration of his innovative spirit, has been recognized as a leading pioneer in the hydronics industry. Thrush Co. Inc., remains as dedicated to the hydronics industry as Homer A. Thrush was in 1923. Our longevity, leadership, and reputation for superior quality testify to this commitment. We manufacture a full line of pumps, heat exchangers, valves, fittings, and accessories for residential, commercial, and industrial systems. Superior product quality has earned Thrush its leadership position along with personal responsive service, prompt delivery, expert technical support, and a high standard of business ethics. Our worldwide network of representatives and distributors, as well as our in-house service department, are available to meet your needs and insure your satisfaction. When you need heating and cooling products, think Thrush.

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