Highlights of 2021 for Caloris Engineering so far include the launch of a maintenance initiative and commemorating the company’s 15th anniversary.
Caloris has established a specialized team to assist customers with maintenance items such as optimizations, modifications, bringing systems back to spec and more. Interested companies are encouraged to fill out this online survey to help Caloris gauge interest in these services. The form can be used to request immediate assistance.
Caloris was founded in 2006, primarily as a provider of evaporators for the food and beverage industry. Since then, the business has expanded many times over, both in terms of company size, breadth of equipment offerings and industries served. Caloris has now offered membrane filtration and spray drying equipment in addition to evaporation technology for many years.
“We appreciate the support of our customers and partners over the past 15 years and look forward to many more years of serving the food, beverage, ethanol and related industries,” said Caloris President & CEO Jim Peterson. “As we collectively emerge from the unprecedented pandemic period, Caloris continues to both actively engage in delivering new, greenfield project solutions, and to expand our service offering to optimize the operation of existing membrane, evaporator, and dryer equipment systems.”
In 2019, Caloris acquired equipment fabricator Seitz Stainless in Avon, Minn., as a wholly owned subsidiary. The acquisition created a one-stop shop for design, engineering and manufacturing for dairy, juice, food and wastewater processing equipment.