Modern steam systems are many times more efficient than older systems and Spirax Sarco would like to prove the point by comparing a modern system with a really old one.
Blythewood, South Carolina (PRWEB) August 27, 2014
Due to popularity, Spirax Sarco is pleased to announce that they have extended the dates of the World’s Oldest Boiler Contest. Participants can now submit their entry until November 15, 2014.
Subscribers to SteamNews Magazine are asked to locate the world’s oldest commercially working steam boiler in an industrial or building service setting (no museum displays). Grand prize winner will be awarded an Amazon – Kindle Paperwhite – 2 GB and announced in the December supplement of SteamNews Magazine.
“Steam systems have a reputation for being reliable and robust, working for many years with minimal maintenance. Modern steam systems are many times more efficient than older systems and Spirax Sarco would like to prove the point by comparing a modern system with a really old one. But first we have to find the oldest one.” Tracy Britt, Marketing Communication Coordinator, Spirax Sarco said.
Contest rules are as follows: Spirax Sarco employees, immediate family members or other affiliates are not eligible for prize award. To qualify, subscribe to SteamNews magazine’s latest issue at http://bit.ly/zYjZsw and receive additional details regarding how to send your entry. Please include with your submission your full name, company name, information for verification and a .jpg image of the oldest working steam boiler. Submissions will not be accepted or entered without the proper information. The winner will be notified by email on November 30, 2014.
About Spirax Sarco, Inc.
Spirax Sarco is the world leader in steam system management. The Company provides a broad range of fluid control products, engineered packages, systems expertise and site services for its diverse range of over 100,000 industrial and institutional customers. The Company helps its customers to optimize production capacity, reduce energy costs and emissions, improve product quality and enhance the safety of their operations. Spirax Sarco has strategically located manufacturing plants around the world and employs approximately 4,700 people, of whom around 1,300 are direct sales and service engineers. Further information can be found at http://www.spiraxsarco.com/us.