Today, TurboSonic Technologies, Inc. announced that it has received a U.S. order for their SonicKleen Wet Elextrostatic Precipitator (WESP), worth $900,000. TurboSonic, known as an international provider of clean air technologies, designed their WESP technology to reduce fine particulate emissions from fiberglass insulation forming and curing. Equipment delivery is scheduled by the end of the fiscal year.
TurboSonic has emerged in the world market as a premier designer and marketer of air pollution control technologies. Its products aid industrial companies in meeting strict emissions regulations, while simultaneously improving performance and reducing operating costs. TurboSonic has worked within in the Cement and Mineral Processing, Ethanol, Metals & Mining, Petrochemicals, Power Generation, Pulp & Paper, Waste Incineration, and Wood Products industries.
Edward Spink, TurboSonic CEO, stated, “Our expansion into Europe two years ago has provided significant contribution to our plans for growth and is also providing additional benefits, as evidenced by this most recent order, which was won through efforts by our offices in North America and Europe in collaboration with our representative in Chile. This order, for a repeat customer, is an excellent example of TurboSonic’s ability to provide custom, turnkey solutions to our customers internationally. “
Spink continued, “International expansion plays a key role in our long-term business plan. We collaborate with firms that are well placed in our markets internationally to enable us to better service these markets as we continue to focus on the challenge of maintaining the momentum of a record year. One of our goals has been to support our plans for growth by maintaining a competitive edge through innovation. As new products such as the recently announced Catalytic Gas Treatment technology come on-line, we are addressing compliance with new and existing regulations as well as demands for greener industry and reduction in consumption of non-renewable resources and related greenhouse gas emissions.”
Lastly, Spink concluded, “We believe that the trend will continue toward a cleaner environment through a confluence of regulations and public pressure, increasing the demand for our products.”