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Environment Impacted by Precipitator Energy Savings

Neundorfer's Precipitator Optimization System helps lower the power used to collect airborne particles.  

 

Neundorfer Awarded DTE Energy Contract

DTE Energy of Michigan recently awarded Neundorfer a contract on four flue gas conditioning systems to help optimize particulate collection from electrostatic precipitators used for air pollution control.

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Introducing SmartAsh 7.0!

Neundorfer has released the next generation of our patented hopper ash evacuation software for electrostatic precipitators and baghouses.

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Contract For State-Of-The-Art Flue Gas Conditioning System Awarded To Neundorfer, Inc.

Neundorfer, Inc. was recently awarded a multi-million dollar contract from American Electric Power (AEP) of Columbus, Ohio, one of the nation's largest producers of electricity, to supply three Flue Gas Conditioning systems.

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In Memoriam - Mike McNabb (1950 - 2007)

We are sad to inform you that Mike McNabb, our Senior Mechanical Engineer and long-term co-worker and friend, died suddenly of a massive stroke on December 19, 2007.

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Neundorfer Purchases APCO, Expands ESP & Baghouse Knowledge & Services

As of May 1, 2007, APCO Services, Inc. became part of Neundorfer, Inc., broadening the company's range of products and services to include baghouse products and consulting as well as flow modeling and dust resistivity testing.

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Neundorfer Launches Redesigned Web Site

Check out the new Neundorfer web site! In addition to a brand new look, you'll find cleaner, benefits-oriented copy, improved navigation and more robust search functionality.

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Neundorfer Walking Green

Neundorfer, Inc. was bursting at the seams in their dated, 1960’s-era Cleveland, Ohio facility in late 2003. The company, which specializes in electrostatic precipitators and fabric filtration equipment and technologies that reduce air pollution emissions for coal-fired utilities and selected manufacturing plants, had experienced steady growth in revenues and staff and quite simply had run out of room. The company had the option to build a new facility elsewhere (an option embraced by so many firms today) or to devise a solution at their current location.

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