Shellmax Global Boiler displayed at Boiler India 2020 by Thermax

Shellmax Global Boiler

Thermax Limited, one of the leading energy and environment solutions providers, participated at Boiler India 2020. Highlights of the display comprised an actual Shellmax Global Boiler, a smart and compact boiler with international standards; biomass-based heating solutions; in-place sewage treatment and other water treatment solutions; efficient steam accessories and a range of chemicals for special applications.

The company being one of the prominent exhibitors displayed its capabilities as ‘One Thermax’ offering a comprehensive range of utility solutions right from energy generation to dissipation — heating and cooling equipment, turnkey power plants, waste heat recovery units, systems for water and wastewater management including wastewater recycle, air pollution control and performance improving chemicals with a focus on sustainable offerings.

Apart from physical exhibits, a series of captivating visual displays were showcased, such as making and shipping of the largest battery of modularised boilers from India for the biggest refinery in Africa; IoT solutions for boilers and chillers as a game-changer and simulated working of high technology products.

M.S. Unnikrishnan, MD and CEO, Thermax said, “I am thrilled that Boiler India 2020’s maiden initiative has received excellent response with over 150 exhibitors displaying India’s advancement in boiler technology. I am delighted with Thermax’s participation to showcase our capability, not only in boilers but allied areas and up to power plant engineering. It is important for the world to see us as the best company in sustainable energy and environment solutions.”

Thermax’s belief being firmly anchored in its purpose of ‘Conserving Resources and Preserving the Future’, showed in its comprehensive display. The company focused on innovative green technologies that not only help reduce environmental impact but also help customers reduce their carbon footprint and save operational expenses. These include waste heat recovery systems, flue gas desulphurisation systems, vapour absorption machines, power from waste and renewable.

Thermax was also one of the key participants at various panel discussions and presentations held alongside the expo on all the days. Various members from the company including business leaders, category heads and technical experts covered subjects ranging from boiler selection and feasibility of fuel change; pathway for successful boiler manufacturing and modularisation of boilers; latest trend in welding; and the future of the boiler industry in India and in global scenario.

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