FREMONT, CALIF. — Nationwide Boiler Inc. announced Jan. 31 it is rebranding its controls division. Formerly known as Pacific Combustion Engineering, the division will now operate as Nationwide Control Solutions to provide a united company image across the company’s brand, including its Nationwide Environmental Solutions business.

“When we first acquired Pacific Combustion Engineering in 2017, we envisioned taking these new capabilities from coast to coast, through our extensive customer base and representative network,” said Larry Day, president and chief executive officer Nationwide Boiler Inc. “I am happy to say that we have accomplished and even exceeded that goal with recent projects in the Middle East and Africa.

“Re-branding the division under the corporate name of Nationwide Control Solutions is the final step for full integration and provides a clear understanding to our customer base that they are an integral part of Nationwide Boiler Inc.”

Nationwide Control Solutions offers PLC panels, NFPA-rated fuel skids and custom-built combustion control systems, which it manufactures at its UL-certified fabrication facility in Washougal, Wash. For 76 years, the company has served a range of equipment manufacturers in various markets across Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana and Alaska.

According to the company, Nationwide Control Solutions has seen a 70% increase in its workforce and has more than doubled its shop fabrication space since it was acquired by Nationwide Boiler in 2017. The controls division has been under the leadership of Jack Valentine, current vice president, for the last 30 years.

Nationwide Boiler has a 55-year history of supplying boiler systems for temporary and permanent applications across a wide range of industries. Its solutions include low and ultra-low NOx mobile steam plants, trailer-mounted watertube boilers, auxiliary boiler equipment, CataStak™ SCR systems for NOx compliance, EconoStak economizers to enhance fuel efficiency, and DataStak™ systems for monitoring emissions. 

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