Energy efficiency

Vertis invests into Steam Esco

Steam Esco is a manufacturer of venturi-nozzle steam traps
which they sell to industrial companies operating steam systems.
Steam Esco’s range of steam traps, the Green Saver, offer energy savings in industrial steam lines of 10-35% and a substantial reduction in maintenance requirements compared to conventional steam traps.
For more about Steam Esco:

More information can be found in our press release.

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