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Miura boilers are a valuable asset for businesses in the craft brewing industry, currently the fastest-growing sector in U.S. beer production. Perhaps that’s why Scott Vaccaro, owner of Captain Lawrence Brewing Company in Elmsford, NY, heard Miura’s name more often than any other when asking fellow craft brewers about which boiler they chose. The ability to produce steam on demand while lowering energy bills is highly appealing to small breweries operating with limited budgets and space.

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Since setting up shop in 2015 a renovated train depot in Johnson City, Tennessee, craft brewery Yee-Haw Brewing Company has already hit a lot of milestones. Within its first year, the company landed the Bronze Award at the 2016 World Beer Cup for its Muenchner Dunkel beer. They’ve also since expanded their distribution into Nashville and upped their production output to a remarkable 12,000 barrels per year.

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Serving the people of Madison and South-Central Wisconsin, UnityPoint Health-Meriter has long been considered a leader in integrated healthcare, ranking on the Top 100 Hospitals list three times. In an attempt to serve their patients’ needs even more effectively while lowering emissions and energy costs, Meriter recently replaced their three conventional boilers with five Miura EX-300 SGO Gas/Oil Series High Pressure Steam Boilers.

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Serving the communities east of Hartford, CT, Manchester Memorial Hospital is a 249-bed facility offering inpatient and outpatient services as an affiliate of the Eastern Connecticut Health Network. Originally opened in 1920 to memorialize 45 local soldiers who died in World War I, this historic facility chose to install Miura Boilers as part of an overhaul to comply with new codes and laws, as well as to implement greener technologies. The result has been a significant reduction in the hospital’s energy output, as well as the procuring of $1.2 million in financial incentives for the facility.

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One of Intermountain Healthcare’s premier facilities is The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital (TOSH), located in Murray, Utah. Already established as a leading facility nationwide in sports medicine, athletic training and physical therapy, TOSH recently became a leader in energy efficiency and reduced carbon footprint when it replaced its two 500-HP fire-tube boilers with three 100-HP Miura LX Series boilers. Not only has this transition helped lower the facility’s energy costs significantly (they’ve documented as much as 42 percent per month), but it has become part of a broader strategy by Intermountain to reduce its energy consumption and emissions at even more of its facilities.Contact Us