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Thermal Energy International

1 John Street
Bristol
BS1 2HS
UK

Telephone : 0117 917 7010
Fax : 0117 917 7011
Email : enq@gemtrap.com
Web : www.gemtrap.com


Editorial archive;

Reducing the energy costs of steam 03/07/2012
Steam is used in many industries and can account for as much as 40% of a company’s fuel bill which means that steam traps and steam systems can represent a large proportion of a plants total operating cost. Grant Bailey, sales & marketing director at Thermal Energy International, says that finding ways to reduce these costs is now of major importance to energy, and plant managers. Full Story...

Raising the bar on thermal efficiency 21/02/2012
Stand: C8 - Thermal Energy International Inc. (TEI) will be exhibiting its range of award winning energy efficiency products at Maintec, including its GEM venturi orifice steam traps and its flue gas condensing heat recovery economisers. Full Story...

Elantas enjoys significant steam savings with Gem 24/05/2011
Thermal Energy International Inc. is pleased to announce that ELANTAS Deatech S.r.l has revealed that it is achieving significant savings in steam consumption at its site in Ascoli Piceno, Italy following the installation of GEM steam traps. Full Story...

Steam traps help reduce emissions and save energy for Corus 06/10/2010
As part of a continuous improvement programme for energy conservation and CO2 reduction, Corus’s Trostre Steel Works in South Wales has installed Thermal Energy International’s GEM Venturi orifice steam traps. The site produces over 400,000 tonnes of packaging steels for the UK market every year. Full Story...