Are you aware that Shipco® is the ONLY manufacturer of condensate and boiler feed pumps that use industry-standard motors (“off the shelf”) on all of our pump designs? This feature is not only a specifiable option for your engineers but makes the job of maintenance personnel easier. No more having to pay for overpriced motors from the pump manufacturer. Also, no waiting 6-8 weeks for special motors with shafts that need custom machining. With Shipco®, you can be up and running again in hours.
Are you aware that Shipco® Type DS-MU condensate units can be sold or offered with the patented Model MU pump mounted on top of the receiver? The receiver can be fabricated out of black steel (Type DS-MU) or stainless steel (Type DSS-MU). Also, Types DS-MU and DSS-MU have the lowest return inlet on the market located at 6-1/2”. This product line is a space saver, eliminating the need for suction isolation valves (the pump is mounted on top of the receiver). In addition, the pumps can handle condensate up to 210°F, or more!
Shipco® offers complete two-compartment stainless steel deaerators in 304L and 316L stainless steel. This is possible with both the atmospheric or pressurized designs. On the pressurized design, the material thickness will be governed by ASME code requirements. The mechanical deaeration process is one of the most money-saving methods for removing corrosive gases such as dissolved oxygen from your boiler feed water.
One of H.V. Burton’s partner companies is Shipco Pumps. They are introducing the new Model U and Model MU Underground Pumps. Are you aware that Shipco® is the only manufacturer of a centrifugal underground style bronze fitted pump “Model U”? In addition, it can handle temperatures above 200°F. It is equipped with industry-standard motors available in single-phase or three-phase.
H.V. Burton Company is the best water treatment company in Michigan. Many industries need water treatment, and a boiler system to run efficiently needs proper treatment. From schools to industrial buildings boiler water treatment is needed to help maintain the HVAC system.