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FSE Energy expands biomass boiler manufacturing capacity

By FSE Energy | September 03, 2013

FSE Energy is pleased to announce the opening of a new state-of-the-art 135,370 square foot manufacturing facility in Dallas, Texas. This site is the second fabrication facility for FSE Energy; the first is located in Vacherie, La.

FSE Energy CEO James “Bo” Thibaut, II, said, “We at FSE Energy are excited about this company expansion into Texas and our resulting enhanced capabilities. This is a demonstration of both the FSE Energy commitment to adding jobs to the U.S. economy and the impeccable quality of the equipment we offer. The additional capacity will increase our shop fabrication capabilities particularly in our biomass product lines.”

The site, located on a major rail line at 4900 Singleton Blvd., will serve as the primary manufacturing facility for all package boilers, HRSG’s, process heating systems, and major components within the solid fuel business units. Enhanced capabilities at the site will include 100 ton lifting capacity, tube bending, tube swaging, and tube membrane welding. Eventually, panel wall welding will be available through the site as well.”

Gary Persichini, FSE Energy vice president of the Non-Solid Fuel Business Unit, added, “Entering into this long term facility agreement demonstrates our commitment to being the premier supplier of steam generating and heat recovery equipment. This is an extremely exciting time for FSE Energy and the biomass-to-power sector.”

 

 

 

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