Howden Completes Move To New Service Center

By CT2 Staff28 January 2019

Howden has completed its move to a new 35,000 sq. ft. service center in Houston, Texas.

With the increased footprint of the service center, it now contains three 20-ton overhead cranes, nine two-ton jib cranes, balancing equipment, a component repair bay, welding bay, paint booth and ample testing space. The facility is at 7204 Harms Road, Houston.

“Our investment in this new service center is a clear indication that we at Howden are committed to providing the highest level of service to our clients,” said Darryl Halter, vice president – Aftermarket, Howden. “We understand that in order to best serve the market we need to maintain our high-quality standards, be responsive and be local. I am confident we will continue to do just that in 2019 and beyond.”

Howden is a global engineering business with a core focus is on providing quality solutions for air and gas handling.

Howden is able to service centrifugal fans, cooling fans, air preheaters, reciprocating compressors, blowers, centrifugal compressors and screw compressors. Howden offers expertise the following legacy product lines:

  • Roots
  • Thomassen Compression Systems
  • Turblex
  • ČKD Kompresory
  • American Fan
  • Garden City
  • Covent
  • Buffalo Forge
  • American Standard
  • Westinghouse Sturtevant

For a full list of Howden brands visit www.howden.com/legacybrands.

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