NFPA Member Company Profile: EMMEGI Heat Exchangers, Inc.

Each week we publish a short company profile of an NFPA member as a way for us to highlight the diversity and strength of our industry. Today’s company is EMMEGI Heat Exchangers, Inc.

emmegi-inc-heat-exchangers-logoEMMEGI Heat Exchangers, Inc., based in Phoenix, AZ, is the U.S.-based manufacturing facility of this Italian-headquartered company.  EMMEGI has been manufacturing heat exchangers for the industrial machinery, mobile & construction machinery, air compressor, diesel engine and oleo-hydraulic systems sectors in general since 1975.  EMMEGI’s U.S. facility is a supplier of oil coolers, radiators, charge air coolers, heat exchangers and temperature controls.  An NFPA member since 2007, EMMEGI has participated in each IFPE show since joining.  An EMMEGI representative also attended the NFPA/FPDA Energy Efficient Hydraulic & Pneumatic Conference, a precursor to NFPA’s Fluid Power Innovation and Research Conference.

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