Graham Corp. announced Wednesday it was recently awarded four orders totaling $7 million for the North and South American refining, chemical/petrochemical and power markets.
Two of the orders are for steam surface condensers to be installed at fertilizer facilities in the United States.
The first condenser will be installed in the power generation plant of an existing fertilizer production operation and will be used to convert waste steam to electricity. The second surface condenser will be installed at a new world-scale grassroots ammonia and urea fertilizer complex.
The third order, also for a U.S. application, is for replacement heat exchangers for a nuclear utility. Finally, the Batavia-based company will supply ejector system replacement condensers for a South American oil refiner.
The projects are expected to ship during the first three quarters of fiscal 2015.
"The low cost of natural gas continues to create opportunities for our products,” said James Lines, Graham’s president and CEO, in a statement.
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