Johnson Thermal Systems Inc. Lands $3.2 Million Project for LA County's Newest Gas To Energy Project

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Small Idaho manufacturer secures contract for building chillers and bio-gas processing skids for Los Angeles County Sanitation District for installation at Calabasas Landfill in Agoura, California. Johnson Thermal Systems Inc. will be a supplier for Los Angeles County's Calabasas Gas to Energy project.

Johnson Thermal Systems Inc.(, a small specialty industrial engineering and manufacturing firm in Caldwell, Idaho, has been awarded a $3.2 million dollar contract to manufacture bio-gas conditioning skids for Los Angeles County's Gas to Energy Program at Calabasas Landfill in Agoura, California.

The Calabasas Gas to Energy program consists of three identical systems, or skids. Each skid will filter 3,000 cubic feet per minute of landfill gas to feed a 5 mega-watt gas turbine. Johnson Thermal Systems Inc. (JTS Inc.) is designing and manufacturing the refrigerated drying and cooling system as well as assembling and testing the gas purification components for installation by Hobbs Bannerman, Inc. of Garden Grove, California. JTS Inc. is working in conjunction with Vilter Manufacturing in Cudahy, Wisconsin, who is providing the gas compressors.

JTS Inc. has been in the industrial refrigeration business since 2004. They specialize in custom chillers and have designed and built chillers for many bio-gas processing applications. JTS Inc. has worked on numerous jobs for municipalities including Turlock Irrigation District (California), Pieper Power (Wisconsin), Oro Loma Sanitation District (California), Manitoba Hydro (Thompson, Manitoba) and the cities of Burbank, Sonoma and Fortuna (California).

For more information about Calabasas Gas to Energy and bio-gas conditioning, call Johnson Thermal Systems Inc. at (208) 453-1000 or visit


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