J.L. Powell & Associates, Inc. helps with the new addition of six P-K MACH® C3000 boilers in the Texas A&M University: Rellis campus. With a 2000 acre campus to heat, it was vital that this project support the 10,000 students at this location while maintaining a small footprint to accommodate future growth and boiler needs.
McCook Boiler & Pump installed Patterson-Kelley condensing boilers in three different zones. The boilers help supply hot water to three different sets of P-K DURATION® III, with the purpose of producing instantaneous domestic hot water throughout the resort.
Patterson-Kelley designed, built, and delivered two tube bundles with custom designed tubing that included 12,158 feet of copper each bundle.
Hydrotemp, LLC helps with the new construction of the American Airlines Training & Conference Center's boiler room addition with four SONIC® C4000 units, which feature the patented NURO® Touch Screen Control System and a smart relay panel. The relay panel limited the cost of piping, which resulted in a more cost-effective application without sacrificing the performance to the heating system.
The Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, NJ, recently upgraded their boiler room by installing three P-K MACH® aluminum commercial boilers with NURO® Controls.
The P-K Compact® is a semi-instantaneous water heater that provides large hot water output at controlled temperatures. The installation of 17 P-K Compact® units was completed by W.W. Gay Mechanical Contractor and meets the stringent domestic water heating demand of the Lake City VAMC.
P-K boilers allow the building to obtain overall better system efficiency without compromising comfort and space temperature humidity requirements.
Patterson-Kelley aluminum boilers have become a preferred piece of heat transfer equipment U.S. based, in Korean military operations. Our partnership with Hansung Ul Industrial Co. and Bekaert has allowed us to build reliable and highly efficient boilers that meet all commercial heat and hot water requirements.
The owners of the Winston Road Business Center in Knoxville, Tennessee, had the goal to reduce energy consumption within their building. At the time, they owned an atmospheric type boiler and struggled with a tremendous gas bill which peaked at $68,242 in 2006.
A school district in Susquehanna County that has been surrounded by natural gas drilling for years is finally able to use that natural gas for heat. This bitter cold week is the first that Elk Lake schools are using natural gas and officials say making the switch from oil is going to mean big savings.