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Building electrification is a pathway for reducing our carbon footprint. Also known as “building decarbonization,” building electrification is the shift from using fossil fuels like coal, oil, and natural gas, to electricity, for heating and cooking. According to the US Environmental Protection Agency, a majority of residential and commercial build...

Austin Energy, the community-owned utility company that services downtown Austin needed to quickly expand their district cooling capacity to meet the increased demand for chilled water services in response to the area's rapid growth.

In partnership with Texas AirSystems, Systecon has helped with Austin’s district cooling system expansion by provid...

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In the U.S. agricultural market, biogas operations have become an attractive solution for generating renewable methane gas. In a process called anaerobic digestion, organic matter such as food or animal waste is broken down and produces biogas. By creating renewable energy from organic waste, biogas displaces fossil fuels and helps prevent carbon e...

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Without a doubt, COVID-19 has presented companies with both hurdles and opportunities. For Ohio-based Systecon, the pandemic was a chance to grow and explore bold, innovative ways of reaching out and interacting with clients.

A global leader in the manufacture of customized modular utility solutions, modular central plants and pumping systems, and...

Proper planning from inception is important for manufactured products like modular utility systems. With most projects driven up front in the early design or pre-construction phases by owners and consulting engineers, early engagement in the design-assist process is key in developing a modularization plan and scope.

2021 marks an exciting milestone for Systecon! With fifty years under our belt as a manufacturer and innovator of modular utility systems, Systecon is an industry leader.

Systecon first started as a sales organization in 1949 and began manufacturing modular pump packages in 1971.

Modular construction is a proven process that’s been used in the HVAC&R industry for decades. Read more about the history, modernization and advancements of modular utility systems in Using Modular to Build for the Future, an article written by Systecon, published in ASHRAE Journal’s June 2020 issue.

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"Innovative Modular Utility Systems" is Construction in Focus Magazine’s latest feature on Systecon.

You can check out the entire issue online (our article starts on p. 90) OR download an easy to print and share PDF of the article

Systecon provided the Central Utility Plant for this Delaware project. Several advantages of going modular include reduced plant delivery time, reduced trade coordination, project cost savings, and performance validation through factory testing. Read the

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