Miratech Acquires Powertherm Maxim

Miratech Group (Miratech) has acquired Powertherm Maxim. Headquartered in Houston, Powertherm Maxim serves a wide range of markets including gas compression, power generation, energy infrastructure, marine, and industrial applications. The company provides heavy-duty industrial reciprocating engine accessories, from air intake and exhaust systems, including silencers and catalytic converters, to industrial insulation blankets, exhaust accessories, and catalyst elements.

The acquisition of Powertherm Maxim increases Miratech’s fabrication capacity by adding a 100,000 sq.ft. custom fabrication shop in Houston. This will complement Miratech’s existing manufacturing facilities in Tulsa, Oklahoma; Prior Lake, Minnesota; Knoxville, Tennessee; Winnipeg, Canada; and Sinntal, Germany.

“The addition of Powertherm Maxim is an important and exciting acquisition as it helps us further serve our markets by increasing our capacity, product offerings, and customer reach,” said David Zenthoefer, CEO of Miratech. “By integrating the Powertherm Maxim brands into our existing Miratech brand portfolio we will have one of the broadest and deepest product baskets in our space. With this addition we will provide an unmatched level of support for our clients and business partners, positioning us well for continued growth.”

Powertherm President, Dennis Nesloney, and other members of the management team will remain in place. Powertherm Maxim will continue to operate out of its Houston headquarters.

Headquartered in Tulsa, Miratech provides emission and acoustic solutions for global users of stationary natural gas and diesel reciprocating engines. Current products and service offering include: NSCR, SCR, and DPF catalyst systems, silencers, and exhaust piping; catalyst/DPF monitoring and control systems; heat recovery systems; training programs; project management; and technical field service.



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