Superior Boiler Opens New Manufacturing Plant
September 3, 2021 | By HPAC Magazine
Located in Kansas, the first industrial watertube boilers manufactured at the plant will be completed by the end of September.
Superior Boiler hosted a grand opening/ribbon-cutting event on September 3 at it’s third and newest manufacturing facility located in Hutchinson, Kansas. The 75,000-sq.-ft. building was renovated to house Superior’s watertube division. The central-U.S. location facilitates accessible shipping to anywhere in North America.
The grand opening also included the introduction of Superior’s newest boiler model, the Cheyenne, a hot water condensing boiler designed for applications in large hospitals, schools, universities and office buildings.
The new facility, called Plant 3, contains a paint booth with a new collection and filtration system and, for colder months, floors with radiant heating powered by a Superior hot water boiler. The first watertube boilers manufactured at the plant will be completed by the end of September.
The facility is located on 18 acres, allowing for further expansion as needed.
Superior Boiler manufactures industrial watertube and flextube boilers, scotch marine and vertical firetube boilers for process steam, hot water and waste heat recovery and high-efficiency hot water condensing boilers.