THERMPROCESS 2015

Visit Maxsys Fuel Systems at THERMPROCESS, Stand C17 Hall 09, from 16-20 June 2015 at the Messe Dusseldorf trade fair/Germany. 

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Energy Saving and Emission Reduction Expo

Visit Maxsys Fuel Systems at the Beijing Energy Saving & Emission Reduction Expo, Stand B1215, from 2rd to 4th April 2015 at the Beijing Exhibition Center. 

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Metal + Metallurgy China

Visit Maxsys Fuel Systems at the Metal + Metallurgy China 2015 Expo from 31st March to 3rd April 2015 at the National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai Hongqiao).

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Maxsys Expands Into China

Following a very productive trip to a number of large manufacturers in China, Maxsys Fuel Systems received its first order for its energy-saving units from Weifang Diesel Weifang City.

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Maxsys Exhibits at AHR Show

Maxsys Fuel Systems (The UK-based cleantech Company), recently exhibited at the AHR Expo in partnership with their colleagues, Webster Combustion Technology.

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Maxsys technology at the 2015 AHR Expo

Come and visit Maxsys Fuel Systems Ltd. & Webster Combustion Technology LLC at the 2015 AHR EXPO on 26th to 28th January 2015, Chicago, USA - Stand No. South Hall - 6027

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Fuel savings within the Food & Drink Industry

Latest figures supplied by Maxsys Fuel Systems’ customers within the food and drink industry show that the 1,570 systems installed globally will save them £840 million in fuel costs, and 6 million tonnes of CO2 over the lifetime of the systems.

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Energy saving technology available in Germany

Following the success in the Netherlands, Maxsys Fuel Systems Ltd, a leading UK cleantech company, has strengthened its partnership with Dutch-based environmental solutions provider, Green Innovations BV to provide its energy saving technology to Germany, Belgium and Luxembourg.

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New Project Engineer Appointed

We are pleased to announce the addition of Mitch Cornelius, Project Engineer to our Design to Save Team. Mitch will be supporting the growth of Maxsys Fuel Systems in the US and will be located in the Selas Streetsboro Plant, OH.

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A Boiler Burner Specialist Joins the Group

Expansion continues with the announcement of the purchase of Webster Engineering & Manufacturing Co. LLC based in Winfield, Kansas. Webster is a leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of custom and semi-custom multi-fuel boiler burners for the commercial, industrial and institutional markets.

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Nuon Customers Save Money on Natural Gas

The power of magnetism. With increasing gas prices impacting profit margins, utilities need to look at ways of getting more out of the fuel. A technology that is already popular in the industrial sector may provide some help, says Junior Isles.

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More Energy Savings & CO2 Reduction Opportunities

"There are many more savings opportunities. With more flexibility, control and trading in the emission market, and market forces, we can save even more energy."

Felix Fruijters, Manager Intermediaries and Sales Development at Nuon (Vattenfall).

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Partnership with Utility Giant Vattenfall

Maxsys Fuel Systems Ltd, the Telford-based clean-tech company known for the Maxsys Fuel System which cuts fuel costs and reduces CO2 emissions, has signed a major contract with Vattenfall, one of Europe’s largest electricity companies and Europe’s largest supplier of heating.

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Selas Acquisitions

Selas Heat Technology LLC, Maxsys Fuel Systems Ltd’s parent company announces today the purchase of two burner manufacturers to expand the Group technology portfolio.

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Selas Acquires Maxsys

Following a period of activity that has seen the UK’s leading cleantech company move into a number of international markets, Maxsys Ltd. is excited to announce their sale to US thermal application giants, Selas. Effective of October 28th, 2011, the acquisition ensures that the innovative Maxsys Fuel Systems technology will continue to make inroads into the green energy sphere, augmented by the first-class reputation enjoyed by the prestigious Selas brand.

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Exporting to America

Although recent years have seen business success stories fall fewer and further between, there is one local company whose mix of product and determination is currently bucking the trend.

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Mark Pritchard, MP for Wrekin visits Maxsys

Mark Pritchard, the Conservative MP for Wrekin has taken a strong interest in local industry and economy issues since joining Parliament. He is actively supporting proposals to open up new coal extraction in the area and has tabled Parliamentary questions about nuclear power.

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