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Before she was even a teenager, Sarah Prince was already an avid volunteer. “Ever since middle school, I always felt passionate about helping the community.” From age 10 through high school Sarah volunteered doing a wide variety of activities at her church – from reading to children to waitressing at spaghetti dinners. Throughout college, she worked with Goodwill Industries in their On the Move program, providing mentally and physically challenged adults the opportunity to interact with the world like everyone else – attending events, making crafts-basic things many of us take for granted.

 When Sarah started at Hydro-Thermal as a college intern, no volunteer program or efforts of any type existed. Her inherent desire to help others was the key driver in making a formal volunteer program a reality.

 

Sarah’s efforts at Hydro-Thermal started with serving meals at the Ronald McDonald House. She recruited volunteers from throughout the organization, unifying them to help the cause. Coworkers enjoyed working alongside each other and quickly understood and shared Sarah’s love for serving others. Then it grew–from helping at Ronald McDonald House every other month to identifying worthy organizations that could use help every month of the year, sometimes even coordinating multiple events per month!

 

One of the volunteer staffers she recruited was ex-military, Bill Rheingans. Sarah’s ability to listen to the customer, in this case her volunteers, led her to assisting a wide variety of military organizations – from assembling care packages for troops overseas, to placing and removing flags on graves for military holidays, to gathering donations for a local military troop. In her usual altruistic and enthusiastic approach, Sarah rallied numerous internal staff and external businesses to help remember and care for those who protect us.

 

These are only two examples of Sarah’s current volunteerism, but there are many more. Aside from founding and leading the Volunteer Committee, she donated her paid time off hours to staff who were in need due to illness, participated in multiple fund raisers for breast cancer awareness, clothed the homeless, and more.

 

Sarah was also a member of Hydro-Thermal’s Health and Wellness Committee from its impetus. Through her involvement with the team she led Hydro-Thermal staff to start a walking program, run its own Biggest Loser competition, prepare healthier snacks and meals, and more. Sarah has also learned a lot herself from being involved on this team, better managing her own weight and learning the value of nutrition and exercise.

 

You might think all this volunteerism takes up most of Sarah’s work time. Amazingly enough, she so masterfully balances her workload that she also won the Hydro-Thermal President’s Award this year. The President’s Award is an annual honor bestowed on a Hydro-Thermal staffer who embodies our Culture Statements, in short having integrity, being a customer advocate, and being growth-centric.

 

Sarah started at Hydro-Thermal in October 2009 as a Marketing Intern. Prior to Sarah joining Hydro-Thermal, the organization did not fully realize the importance of market research. As an intern, Sarah provided the data to define a marketing campaign targeted at meat producers.

 

Upon graduating from Carroll University in 2010 with her Bachelor’s Degree, Sarah was promoted to the role of Marketing Research Assistant, a position created due to her impact as an intern. Since then she has been involved with many significant research-related efforts, including being a critical contributor to the company’s 80th anniversary celebrations, international and domestic channel partner meetings, the designer of org-wide training on accessing and pulling data from our sales software, and more.

 

In 2015 Sarah’s expertise was recognized formally through her promotion to Market Research Analyst. Since then she has led the revolutionary buyer persona project, project managed the new Hydro-Thermal website, and drove significant increases in traffic by her use of site analytics. She is the epitome of a can-do attitude, sharing her expertise willingly and without reservation.

 

Most recently Sarah completed an evaluation of the market research she conducted for staff at Hydro-Thermal in 2016. Out of the 21 projects she completed last year, 19 of them were utilized for business planning – either in marketing, engineering, or sales. The other two research projects will be used in the future for market trend and analysis. This not only speaks to the volume of research she does, but also the major importance and value placed on what she supplies for our organization.

 

Throughout her entire time with Hydro-Thermal Sarah has consistently worked far beyond the parameters of her position description. She is known as one of a handful of people that you can count on to find you an answer, regardless of it’s her turf or not.

 

Being a goal oriented, voracious problem solver who loves a challenge, Sarah embarked on her MBA, just a few short years after earning her BA. She graduated from UW-Whitewater with her MBA in 2014, and although she was still working full-time at Hydro-Thermal, and earned a 3.8 of 4.0. “I wanted to accomplish this before I got married and have children (hopefully one day) so my focus could be on school.” She also thinks about pursuing her PhD at some point. “Lifelong learning is so important. I can imagine myself as an 80-year-old woman taking class at a local college, just because I enjoy it.”

 

Congratulations to Sarah Prince, Hydro-Thermal Market Research Analyst, for being recognized with the 2017 Waukesha Emerging Leader Award.

 

 

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Holiday Supply Drive For the Troops

Hydro-Thermal Corporation is hosting a holiday supply drive to support Wisconsin troops stationed overseas. Donations will be collected until November 17, so military members will receive their supplies during the holiday season. Members of the community interested in donating can drop supplies at Hydro-Thermal’s headquarters, located at 400 Pilot Court, Waukesha, WI 53188. Supplies will be shipped in collaboration with Support the Troops WI, a registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization. All donations made to them are tax deductible.

Hydro-Thermal assembles donations into care packages, with each including a hand-written note thanking the military member for their service. The 2017 holiday season marks the third year Hydro-Thermal Corporation has volunteered for Support the Troops WI.

Items needed fall into three categories: non-perishable food, toiletries, and other. Food items include small snack items such as trail mix, power bars, and beef jerky. Toiletry items include baby wipes, sunblock, body wash, and hand sanitizer. The other category includes CDs, DVDs, magazines, white t-shirts and white tube socks.

In 2017 Support the Troops WI celebrates its 10th anniversary. To date, more than 8,000 care packages have been sent to our troops deployed all around the world. In 2016, including Hydro-Thermal’s donation, Support the Troops WI mailed a record-breaking 600+ care packages to troops for the holiday season. In return, grateful military members sent cards, emails, and photos as a thank you for their care packages.

Jim Zaiser, Hydro-Thermal President and CEO remarked, “This drive is a timely reminder about the true meaning of the season – giving and sharing with others, especially the people that during this holiday are protecting us.”

 

In 2007 the initial idea for Support the Troops WI was started by a mother sending care packages to her sons overseas. After hearing that other soldiers did not receive any mail, she started sending boxes to other soldiers as well. The momentum continued, even after her sons returned home, and Support the Troops WI soon became a fully functioning non-profit.

Hydro-Thermal has also participated in post Memorial Day holiday flag removal at military cemeteries for the last four years and also supported a military unit in Pewaukee (372nd Engineering Company, Army Reserves) for two years. The Waukesha-based manufacturer has an active volunteer committee that facilitates many impactful, charitable events, year-round.

Hydro-Thermal is the global leader in the manufacturing and design of industrial and sanitary steam heating solutions. Our patented heating system mixes steam and process liquids completely while delivering precise and consistent temperature, instantaneous heating, and no scaling or fouling of the product. Eighty years of steam heating expertise and innovation have led to our product’s presence in facilities in more than 85 countries around the world.

 

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Every Day is Manufacturing Day  

Since its inception in 2012 Hydro-Thermal has celebrated Manufacturing Day/Month in a variety of ways. This year saw the return of one of staff’s favorite events, a luncheon prepared and served by Hydro-Thermal office staff. This year’s theme was Oktoberfest, complete with brats, sauerkraut, humongous pretzels and an array of delectable desserts!

In addition to lunch, all shop staff received a “swag bag” – actually a beverage trough with handles and a Hydro-Thermal collapsible mini cooler. Each employee’s trough was filled with beers, cold brewed coffee, and specialty sodas. The cherry on top for shop staff was a surprise wrapped gift that each received, which contained everything from bandanas and water bottles to a tiger stripped steering wheel cover.

Staff enjoyed their lunch al fresco on a perfect sunny 68-degree day, while the smell of cooking brats and polka music wafted over their conversations. Second shift CNC machinist Alonzo Perez said, “Today’s lunch reminded me of one of my favorite quotes, ““Kindness is a language that the deaf can hear and the blind can see.”” Today was thoughtful and really made you feel appreciated. It just made me smile.”

To culminate the day, shop staff proudly posed for a photo with Hydro-Thermal’s recently awarded Manufacturer of the Year banner. Plant manager, Andre Volheim thanked staff for all their hard work and for what they helped him learn since he started in the position. Hydro-Thermal President and CEO, Jim Zaiser said thank you to the shop staff for their ongoing contributions to making the company successful.

Just like you should be thoughtful about your sweetheart on days besides Valentine’s Day, Hydro-Thermal has a Manufacturing Day approach every day of the year. We have high school intern programs established with Milwaukee and Waukesha counties, college internships, an internal mentoring program that involves job shadowing, we host numerous company tours, as well as tours for local schools at all grade levels.

Past year’s Manufacturing Day celebrations included job shadowing with CNC staff and welders, plant tours of Hydro-Thermal, featured guest speakers, and more.

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This week, Hydro-Thermal showcased two of our most innovative solutions for the food and beverage industry at the largest food processing tradeshow in California, Food Processing Expo 2016.

On the Expo floor our SilverLine system and the Solaris heater were introduced to the more than 2,000 show attendees from 11 countries. The SilverLine was recently recognized with the IQ (Innovation Quotient) award for being one of most creative products developed in 2014.

Food Processing Expo attendees could also attend Tomato Processing School, which is an area Hydro-Thermal is heavily steeped in with our technology.

Sr. Industry Sales Manager of the Food Team at Hydro-Thermal, Dave Mardon, is pictured here in the Hydro-Thermal booth with the SilverLine system and Solaris heater. http://silverlinefoodequipment.com/

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Hydro-Thermal Expands Mentoring Reach to Milwaukee Youth

Employment levels are the highest they have been in state history, and finding skilled workers to fill open positions is more challenging than ever. Wisconsin is looking to address two concerns with one solution, offering job training to students and inspiring them to join the skilled trades. This innovative, multi-faceted remedy will help combat an expected workforce gap in the near term and decrease the cost of urban unemployment to the state.

Many new programs have been established to increase awareness of opportunities in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) programs for students in Wisconsin. Youth apprenticeships in the state have doubled over four years.  High school students can now get a jump start on their higher education goals via the expansion of state supported Dual Enrollment and Career Options programs.

Today, state budget funded programs allow Wisconsin schools to start providing academic career plans as early as sixth grade. Hydro-Thermal is ahead of the curve on this opportunity, having been involved with the Waukesha-based Schools2Skills program for the last five years. The program raises awareness of STEM programs for students in middle and high school.

Hydro-Thermal recently expanded its reach outside of Waukesha, hosting 45 Milwaukee Academy of Science (MAS) students, from grades 6 through 12. The students received a tour and overview of the company; and learned more in-depth about three key areas of the business - engineering, welding and machining. “Governor Walker specifically commissioned us to bridge the urban environment to provide similar opportunity, like we do for Waukesha” remarked Hydro-Thermal President and CEO, Jim Zaiser.”

The purpose of this initial visit was to introduce students to an engineering and manufacturing company based in Waukesha.  On the tour students gained insights from staff, each answering three questions: “What is our employee background for education and training?” “What skills are used at Hydro-Thermal?” “What would we be looking for from a new employee?”

Future plans with MAS include more tours, as they are requested.  Hydro-Thermal is also planning a tour for MAS students to help identify potential summer interns. Hydro-Thermal has an impressive intern program, hiring more than 35 interns since the start of the program 10 years ago. Today, one in every four interns is hired full-time after graduation.

The Milwaukee Academy of Science is an independent charter school, founded in 2000, chartered by the City of Milwaukee. This college preparatory school serves students from K4 through 12th grade and is governed by the Milwaukee Science Education Consortium, a 501c(3) organization. The Consortium includes representatives from the Medical College of Wisconsin, Alverno College, Cardinal Stritch University, Marquette University, Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC), Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) and Mount Mary College.

Hydro-Thermal has a long-standing relationship with area schools, even being recognized as 2016 Corporate Partner of the Year by the Waukesha Education Foundation. This special award recognizes outstanding effort by an organization to foster quality and innovative learning and ensure a strong foundation for the future of the Waukesha community.

When asked why is it important to have Hydro-Thermal involved in visits like this, Hydro-Thermal President and CEO Jim Zaiser said, “It’s exciting to be at the forefront of this mutually beneficial solution – and it’s just the right thing to do!”

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Celebrates Record Award-Winning Year

Over the past handful of years, Hydro-Thermal experienced a profound boom in business, prompting significant growth in employees, office and manufacturing space, technology, and revenue. During this bustling time, the organization was also recognized with a variety of prestigious awards. In 2016 the organization received six honors, spanning the state to international, doubling the amount of recognition received in the best of previous years.

In 2016 Hydro-Thermal won five awards including the Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year-Grand Award, Fastest Growing Firms, and the Governor's Export Achievement Award. These three are examples of awards that Hydro-Thermal submitted an application for and won. The other two 2016 honors were, the Corporate Partner Award, given by the Waukesha Education Foundation and the APICS Company of the Year. These awards are significant since they were not applied for, but given to Hydro-Thermal based off interaction and observation of the organization. Hydro-Thermal was also named as a finalist for the Platt Global Metals Award.

The Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year-Grand Award is the highest state award recognizing excellence in manufacturing. Criteria for this award focuses on financial growth and stability, effective research and development, commitment to quality, employees, and community. In 2016 Hydro-Thermal won the medium sized business category (100-299 employees), which was the most contested group, with 10 finalist companies.

The 2016 win of the Governor's Export Achievement Award recognizes extraordinary results in international markets and elevating Wisconsin’s competitiveness in the global economy. Hydro-Thermal also received this award in 2011, further evidence of stability and ongoing commitment to innovation and global expansion.

Earning the designation of Fastest Growing Firms Award winner is another demonstration of Hydro-Thermal’s exceptional growth and financial stability. Recipients of this award are Wisconsin-based companies with the highest percentage of growth from 2013 to 2015, with annual revenue between $3 million and $500 million.

“Hydro-Thermal invests heavily in young people and community, and is involved with many programs that mentor and inspire. I believe this is why we received the 2016 Corporate Partner Award from the Waukesha Education Foundation,” said Hydro-Thermal CEO and President Jim Zaiser. This unsolicited third-party honor is voted on by committee and recognizes outstanding effort to foster quality and innovative learning and ensure a strong community foundation. Hydro-Thermal has a robust scope of volunteerism and mentoring young people through multiple programs in Waukesha County as well as Greater Milwaukee.

Being voted APICS Company of the Year speaks directly to the efficiency and productivity of Hydro-Thermal. This unsolicited third-party honor is voted on by a committee comprised of APICS members. APICS is an international association for professionals in all areas of resource management, including inventory, materials, supply chain, and all other areas that contribute to the overall efficiency and productivity of an organization.

Zaiser remarked, “This additional attention has created more opportunities to join expert panels, industry discussions and other activities that add further value to Hydro-Thermal, our employees and our brand.” After such an amazing 2016, Hydro-Thermal is focused on select, very high profile international award opportunities. “The commitment to the strong Hydro-Thermal values like innovation and community will continue,” said Zaiser.

Hydro-Thermal is the global leader in the manufacturing and design of industrial and sanitary steam heating solutions. Our patented heating system mixes steam and process liquids completely while delivering precise and consistent temperature, instantaneous heating, and no scaling or fouling of the product. Eighty years of steam heating expertise and innovation have led to our product’s presence in facilities in more than 85 countries around the world.

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Developing the Next Generation of Food Scientists

Hydro-Thermal recently started a partnership with Mount Mary University’s new Food Science Chemistry Department. In September, three students and professor Dr. Anne Vravick will conduct starch research tests that will continue throughout the semester in Hydro-Thermal’s R&D Lab. The students will also gain valuable hands-on experience working alongside Hydro-Thermal’s food scientist and engineers. The Mount Mary starch research testing will culminate with a full student presentation to Hydro-Thermal’s Food Team on Friday, December 1.

The students will also observe Hydro-Thermal’s award-winning SilverLine food and beverage processing system, cooking starch and taking preliminary samples. The tests will yield important recommendations for SilverLine system’s fine tuning for the future. The system has been in field testing since 2010 (initially introduced as the Smart Cooking System) and has already garnered three impressive awards.

The relationship with Mount Mary is part of Hydro-Thermal’s Partners in Technology program, which fuels innovation via research partnerships with leading Midwestern universities, research associations, independent R&D engineering firms and customers. The program facilitates improvements and enhancements to current products and inspires new product development.

Milwaukee is one of the leading cities in the nation when it comes to careers in food science, with food and beverage production accounting for 9% of southeastern Wisconsin’s overall manufacturing. The Mount Mary Food Science Chemistry major was established in Fall 2016 to meet demand for jobs in the field. The curriculum is built with the help of local food industry professionals -- ensuring students get the right training and connect with potential employers. From food safety to sustainability, courses involve a lot of chemistry and analytics. Previously Mount Mary’s other food-related major was Dietetics, which focuses on food and behavior.

"It is exciting that Hydro-Thermal is in on the ground level with Mount Mary’s new Food Science Chemistry major," said Adam Small, Business Development Food Scientist for Hydro-Thermal. “With the industry booming on a local, national and international level, we are in an excellent position to have strong ties to exceptional students on the cutting edge of learning.” Hydro-Thermal has pioneered many new products and applications through its Partners in Technology program and looks forward to the results of working with the bright, enthusiastic students from Mount Mary University. MtMaryStrip

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Hydro-Thermal Named to Future 50 List

Waukesha, WI - Hydro-Thermal Corporation has been named a 2015 Future 50 company by the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce’s Council of Small Business Executives (COSBE).

The Future 50 program, now in its 28th year, recognizes privately-owned companies in the seven-county Milwaukee region that have been in business for at least three years and have shown significant revenue and employment growth.

“It is always encouraging to see such a strong group of applicants and winners in this program each year. These companies truly represent the future of our region,” said Mary Steinbrecher, executive director of COSBE.

When asked what entrepreneurial traits helped him lead the organization to where it is today, Hydro-Thermal President, Jim Zaiser, credits his self-motivation, inner drive, optimism, trust in himself, courage, passion, discipline and strong communication. He also acknowledges that he still practices and evolves these traits every day. Jim notes, “They are a key element in determining the sustainability of our team and our future.”

The Future 50 companies will be honored at an awards luncheon on Thursday, September 10, from 11:30am to 1:30pm at The Pfister Hotel. The luncheon will be hosted by the MMAC, COSBE and BizTimes Media. To register to attend, visit www.mmac.org/events.

“We look forward to honoring these fast-growing companies and learning more about the best practices that are driving their growth,” said Dan Meyer, publisher of BizTimes Milwaukee.

Hydro-Thermal is the global leader in the manufacturing and design of industrial and sanitary steam heating solutions. Our patented heating system mixes steam and process liquids completely while delivering precise and consistent temperature, instantaneous heating, and no scaling or fouling of the product. Eighty years of steam heating expertise and innovation have led to our product’s presence in facilities in more than 85 countries around the world.

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2016 Fastest Growing Firm

Waukesha, WI – Hydro-Thermal Corporation has been selected as a 2016 Fastest Growing Firm by the Milwaukee Business Journal.

For a company to be selected, it must have annual revenue between $3 million and $500 million, and have recorded a profit for the past three years. Companies with the highest percentages of growth from 2013 to 2015 were selected as winners. In all, 28 Wisconsin firms received the honor for 2016.

“We have another group of highly successful winners that have pushed hard and smartly gone about their business to sustain growth over the past few years. It’s another good sign of the strength of our economy,” said Mark Kass, Editor-in-Chief, for the Milwaukee Business Journal.

Hydro-Thermal President, Jim Zaiser, credits this award to “thinking long term, and investing in the future with a dedicated team of individuals who share the same goals, for Hydro-Thermal and the future of business in southeastern Wisconsin.”

The 2016 winners will be recognized at an awards luncheon on Friday, August 12 at the Pfister Hotel from 11:30am–1:45pm, as well as in the Milwaukee Business Journal’s Aug. 12 weekly edition.

Hydro-Thermal is the global leader in the manufacturing and design of industrial and sanitary steam heating solutions. Our patented heating system mixes steam and process liquids completely while delivering precise and consistent temperature, instantaneous heating, and no scaling or fouling of the product. Eighty years of steam heating expertise and innovation have led to our product’s presence in facilities in more than 85 countries around the world.

 

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The Intellective by Hydro-Thermal

Hydro-Thermal recently signed a lease for an office space in downtown Waukesha, located at 330 W. Broadway. This innovative, collaborative workspace, nicknamed the Intellective by Hydro-Thermal staff, will be utilized in developing new Hydro-Thermal products and processes. The goal for this space is to foster growth, develop new opportunities, and compete in today’s manufacturing space through innovation.

The 1,400-square foot building will be operational in September and features an open concept approach to encourage collaboration. The urban setting, nestled in with many restaurants and professional offices, offers a striking change to the company’s current, more traditional headquarters located near the Waukesha County Airport. The soaring 16-foot ceilings and lack of any type of cubicle structure encourages the flow of energy throughout. The space will accommodate 10 staff and/or contractors and also features a spacious, modern, conference room designated for group interaction.

The craft beer system product development team is ready to move in and get to work as the first group to utilize the new space. “It’s exciting to know I will be part of the first of many projects housed here, but most of the excitement comes from knowing our company is truly investing in and becoming more innovative” remarked James Ober, Project Manager for the Beer Team. This is one of the many interesting and high-profile opportunities Hydro-Thermal has in the works. The thought is that work done in this space will pay large dividends for the future of the company.

This is the fourth expansion for Hydro-Thermal since the 1995 move to the current headquarters at 400 Pilot Court in Waukesha. Their original location was on 70th and State Street in Wauwatosa. With each expansion, the company further transitioned toward a more innovative workspace, bringing down walls, and making design decisions that facilitate creative flow.

Hydro-Thermal’s initial expansion in 2012 increased its headquarters by 10,000 square feet, for a total of 36,000 square feet. In 2015 Hydro-Thermal added a second facility down the street from its headquarters. The 16,000-square foot space, located at 407 Pilot Court, houses 12,000 square feet of manufacturing space and 15 offices. In 2016 a second expansion to the 407 building occurred, adding 5,000 square feet with 20 work spaces, two conference rooms, and three small “focus” rooms.

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Hydro-Thermal recently received the Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year (WIMOTY) Grand Award. This is the 29th year of the WIMOTY annual award program, which recognizes outstanding achievement in manufacturing. Hydro-Thermal won this award the first time in 2010, and was a finalist in 2015.

Hydro-Thermal competed in the medium sized business category (100-299 employees), which was also the most competitive category with a total of 10 finalist companies. Award criteria covers commitment to employees, effective research and development, commitment to quality, financial growth and stability, and commitment to community.

Here are a few highlights from Hydro-Thermal’s award application:

Commitment to Employees

  • National job tenure average is 4.6 yrs. More than 50% of Hydro-Thermal staff have been here longer than that, with 1 of every 8 here for more than 15 years, and 5 here more than 25 years

Effective Research and Development

  • In 2016 Hydro-Thermal filed three new patents, in addition to four patents pending, more than a dozen active patents registered in foreign countries, 40 process patents, and 60 offshoot patents

Commitment to Quality

  • Hydro-Thermal recruits expert staff, and mutually shares information with more than two dozen external resources via our strategic research partnerships

Financial Growth and Stability

  • More than doubled sales in the last 10 years, tripled manufacturing and office space within the last three years

Commitment to Community

  • Numerous collaborations with the Waukesha County Business Alliance (WCBA), more than 10-year commitment to intern and apprentice programs

WIMOTY applications are categorized by number of employees and are judged by a panel of leaders in manufacturing, who are independent of the award program sponsors. This is Hydro-Thermal’s first year of competing in the medium-sized business (100+ employees) category. In 2010 Hydro-Thermal won this award in the small business category (less than 100 employees), and was a finalist in 2015.

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Hydro-Thermal is the global leader in the development and manufacturing of Hydroheaters. Through our vast global channel partners, we support hydro heating in six continents and all industrialized areas. We create heating systems for a variety of industries including: pulp, paper, chemical, ethanol, food & beverage, metal, & more!

Hydro-Thermal Corporate 

400 Pilot Court
Waukesha, WI 53188 USA
Phone: (262) 548-8900
Fax: (262) 548- 8908