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Nationwide Boiler Signs Three New Representative Agreements

Nationwide Boiler continues to gain worldwide presence and representation, signing ten new representative agreements just this year. The most recent companies to join the list include Campbell-Sevey in Minnetonka, MN, Illingworth Engineering Co. in Jacksonville, FL, and Gates Technology International (GTI) in Tulsa, OK.

Both Campbell-Sevey and Illingworth Engineering Co. have a history representing Nationwide Boiler in the past, but the newly signed agreements draw out exclusive territories of representation for the two companies. Campbell-Sevey’s exclusive territories include South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota, and counties in Wisconsin, while Illingworth Engineering will be representing Nationwide Boiler in parts of both Florida and Georgia. Combined, the two companies have over one hundred and forty-five years of industry experience and expertise providing boilers and boiler related equipment to their customers. Like Nationwide Boiler, both companies are committed to providing excellent customer service and value to their customers.

Jack Gates, founder of Gates Technology International, is an independent consultant to the petrochemical and refinery markets with technical expertise in fired heater equipment and heat transfer. GTI recently secured their first CataStak™ Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system sale for a fired heater application located in Texas. With over forty years of industry experience, Jack Gates is considered a resident expert in the field, and he consults to most of the major fired heater manufacturers, specifically in Israel and the Middle East, on a variety of technical issues focused mainly on environmental emissions. GTI will be assisting Nationwide Boiler by providing key strategic initiatives regarding the application of CataStak™ environmental solutions.

We would like to welcome these companies to Nationwide Boiler and look forward to working together to provide superior steam and environmental solutions.

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Free Visitor's Pass to Power-Gen International 2012

The annual Power-Gen International Tradeshow is right around the corner! Join Nationwide Boiler in Orlando, FL, December 11-13, 2012 at the Orange County Convention Center for one of the largest tradeshows of the year.

If you would like to attend the show, click here for a complimentary pass! Register online or bring the completed form to the registration desk on site the day of the event. And don’t forget to visit Nationwide Boiler at booth #5219.

We hope to see you there!
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Power-Gen International 2012

The end of the year is approaching quickly, which means Nationwide Boiler is gearing up for the 24th annual Power-Gen International Tradeshow & Conference, December 11-13, 2012. This year the show will take place in Orlando, FL at the Orange County Convention Center, and will include exhibitors from over 1,200 companies around the world showcasing their products and services catered towards the power generation industry.

Come join Nationwide Boiler at booth #5219 where we will be promoting our stock of new and reconditioned low NOx boilers for rent and sale, as well as our  CataStak™ SCR system to reduce NOx levels for compliance of strict air quality regulations.

Email us today at info@nationwideboiler.com to obtain a free visitors pass to this year’s Power-Gen International.

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Boiler MACT Rule Update Still on Hold

For almost a decade boiler manufactures and operators have been waiting for the federal government to determine what must be done to meet stricter emission standards for toxic air pollutants.  As published recently by Power Engineering, industry officials now say the new standards won’t be unveiled until November to December and the EPA’s revised Boiler MACT rule remains under review by the Office of Budget Management’s regulatory affairs division.

The final rule establishes national emissions standards for hazardous air pollutants (Mercury, PM, hydrogen chloride and carbon monoxide) for industrial, commercial and institutional boilers.  It applies to major sources that emit 10 or more tons a year of any single pollutant of 25 tons or more a year of any combination.  It will also require annual boiler tune-ups in some instances.  In total, the EPA estimates the cost of adding new controls will exceed $5 billion and some sources indicated that it would force power producers to retire about 4.7 GW of coal-fired capacity, due to high compliance costs.

Once the revised rule is finalized, boilers owners and operators will have three years to comply.  This is in addition to other existing clean-air rules the industry has to comply with.  However, despite the unique challenges the industry may face, boiler manufactures and associated suppliers are ready to tackle future compliance challenges.  Overall, the boiler industry has the technology and know-how available to provide immediate solutions.

“We can only hope that OMB is doing more toward achieving compromises and consensus than just sitting on its hands for political purposes,” explains Randy Rawson, ABMA President and CEO.

Get the facts about the Boiler MACT: http://boilermactfacts.com/

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