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Hamilton Engineering Brand Overview

Hamilton Engineering Manufacturer Overview

Hamilton Engineering manufactures and sells highly specialized water heating equipment to industries such as greenhouses, laundry, and others with particular heating needs. They are a privately held company located in Livonia, Michigan.

Corporate History

Hamilton Engineering was founded in 1981 to serve “markets that require special water heating and building heat applications.” The company’s philosophy is to provide the highest quality water heaters and hydronic boilers available to a wide variety of industries and to back up their products with competitive prices and the “highest attainable” service and sales support.

Product Lines

The EVO product line is the Hamilton Engineering’s most extensive and well known. The heating and boiling equipment in the EVO line ranges from 79,000 BTUH to 2,000,000 BTUH, and up to 99.8% efficiency. They also offer pre-plumbed systems, copper finned tube-type heaters, stainless steel and glass-lined steel storage tanks, and water treatment systems.

Hamilton boilers and other products have low NOx emissions, compact designs to best utilize a buyer’s floor and wall space, and stainless steel heat transfer for high efficiency, long-lasting use, and easy repair and maintenance.


Hamilton’s warranties differ according to product.

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