We have wide experience in the following:

Service has been the prime motto of the company since its inception in 1999 and a team of Service Engineers is available all the time for our customers. We always ensure prompt after sales service, backed up by a team of engineers/electricians/mechanics and guarantee availability of spares ex-stock. We have been awarded many repeat orders from our existing customers. Our systems are designed for high thermal efficiencies and simple systems which do not require specialized knowledge.They are provided with all safeties and automatic buttons.

We Specialize In The Following

a) Turnkey projects for installation of industrial heating applications.
b) Turnkey projects for installation of burners (Oil, LPG, and Natural Gas) for various heating applications.
c) Thermal process designing and energy saving techniques for enhancement of fuel efficiency.
d) Turnkey projects for installation of hot water boilers, IBR steam boilers for sanitation, central heating, swimming pool heating and laundry requirements.


IBR Steam Boilers

IBR is Indian Boiler Regulations, which was created in 15th September 1950 in exercise of the powers conferred by section 28 & 29 of the Indian Boilers Act. The Indian Boilers Act was formed in 1923, 23rd February to consolidate and amend the law relating to steam boilers.

Steam boilers under IBR means any closed vessel exceeding 22.75 liters in capacity and which is used expressively for generating steam under pressure and includes any mounting or other fitting attached to such vessel which is wholly or partly under pressure when the steam is shut off.

We provide highly durable IBR Boiler which is perfect for meeting steam requirements up to 100kg/hour with have 90% efficiency in operations. It is very user friendly and is obtainable in different capacities. It doesn’t require any separate boiler which leaves us lots of space.

This boiler is very cost effective, which makes it popular among the clients. It has following features:

Hot Water System (HWG / SOLAR)

Solar water heating systems use free heat from the sun to warm domestic hot water. A conventional boiler or immersion heater can be used to make the water hotter, or to provide hot water when solar energy is unavailable.

Solar water heating systems use solar panels, called collectors, fitted to your roof. These collect heat from the sun and use it to heat up water which is stored in a hot water cylinder. A boiler or immersion heater can be used as a back up to heat the water further to reach the temperature you want.

There are two types of solar water heating panels: Larger solar panels can also be arranged to provide some contribution to heating your home as well. However, the amount of heat provided is generally very small and it is not normally considered worthwhile.

Simple solar hot water systems can actually cost as little as, or around the same amount, as a new traditional water heater. When you take into account state incentives as well as any additional rebates you qualify for and the energy savings over the first year, a solar hot water system can actually have a lower 1-year cost than a new gas or electric water heater.

Water Treatment Plants

Operators operate the equipment in water treatment plants in order to purify drinking water, remove domestic and industrial pollutants and solids from the water, and return clean water, biosolids and air back to the environment. Clean, safe water is essential for life and good health. Water and wastewater treatment plants remove impurities, solids, organisms, chemicals, and toxins from water and wastewater so that it is safe for people, animals, and the environment. Water plants treat water and distribute it to customers. Water treatment plants then return the clean water to rivers, lakes, and oceans. Using modern technology, water treatment plants help provide clean water for use in homes and industries, help prevent disease, protect fish and wildlife from pollution, and protect the environment.

The exact duties of operators depend on the size of the plant. In small plants, one person may run and service the equipment, make repairs, perform tests, and keep records. In large plants, with many employees, operators monitor only one process with multiple pieces of equipment.

Pressure Vessels

A pressure vessel is defined as "a vessel in which the pressure is obtained from an indirect source or by the application of heat from an indirect source or a direct source.

The vessel proper terminates at: Pressure vessels include but are not limited to compressed gas storage tanks (i.e., air, oxygen, nitrogen tanks, etc.), anhydrous ammonia tanks, hydro pneumatic tanks, autoclaves, hot water storage tanks, chemical reactors and refrigerant vessels, designed for a pressure greater than 15 psi and a volume greater than 5 cubic feet in volume or one and one-half cubic feet in volume with a pressure greater than 600 psi.


A radiator is a type of heat exchanger. It is designed to transfer heat from the hot coolant that flows through it to the air blown through it by the fan. Most modern cars use aluminum radiators. These radiators are made by brazing thin aluminum fins to flattened aluminum tubes. The coolant flows from the inlet to the outlet through many tubes mounted in a parallel arrangement. The fins conduct the heat from the tubes and transfer it to the air flowing through the radiator.

Radiators usually have a tank on each side, and inside the tank is a transmission cooler.
The transmission cooler is like a radiator within a radiator, except instead of exchanging heat with the air, the oil exchanges heat with the coolant in the radiators.