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Cleaver-Brooks (C-B) manufactures boilers for industrial and waste heat applications such as incineration, turbine heat recovery, and waste heat management. C-B distributes these boilers through a number of different brands including C-B Package Boiler, Nebraska Boiler, and Energy Recovery International. They also manufacture boiler components through brands such as Nat-Com and Industrial Combustion (which manufacture burners) and C-B Aftermarket, which manufactures and distributes replacement and retrofit parts for C-B equipment.
The John C. Cleaver Company was founded in 1929. Cleaver-Brooks was founded in 1931 to pursue the concept of the packaged boiler. A packaged boiler is a boiler in which all of the components are engineered and assembled by the same manufacturer. In theory, this eliminates scenarios where the customer is responsible to assemble parts from multiple suppliers into a single system. It also eliminates situations where the customer must negotiate between different vendors in an attempt to find compatible parts when a subsystem fails.
At some point in its history, Cleaver-Brooks became known as Aqua-Chem. In 2006 Aqua-Chem sold its Water Technology division, which accounted for about 15% of its revenue, to Altus Capital Partners. The remaining company renamed itself as Cleaver-Brooks. Cleaver-Brooks currently employs around 800 people.
Cleaver-Brooks manufactures firetube (also known as Scotch Marine), watertube and electric boilers. A substantial part of their sales pitch is 24-hour service, support and replacement parts for all of the boilers and components that they sell.
11950 West Lake Park Dr
Milwaukee, WI 53224