Engineered steam systems solutions provider Indeck Keystone, Erie, Pa., celebrates its 175th anniversary in 2015. Started in 1840 initially as Presque Isle Foundry in Erie, the company name was later changed to Erie City Iron Works during the time it pioneered the steam industry making steam engines.
A century or so later, Zurn Industries purchased Erie City Iron Works in the late 1960s and renamed it Zurn Energy Division. This was followed by acquisitions in 1997 by Aalborg Industries and in 2002 by Erie Power Technologies. The latter company renamed the company Keystone Energy Inc. In 2004, Keystone Energy Inc. was acquired by the Indeck Group of Companies.
In the 10 years since Keystone has owned Indeck Keystone Energy LLC, the company has expanded and integrated the respective technology product bases. The team now delivers customized large modular boilers, large fully assembled boilers and heat recovery steam generator designs. Learn more here.