We’ve been in business for more than 40 years and employ approximately 600 people on four continents.
MEGTEC headquarters is located in De Pere, Wisconsin with a 365,000 square foot manufacturing facility with engineering, service and sales.
MEGTEC is pleased to announce that on June 23, 2014, the Company became a subsidiary of Babcock & Wilcox Power Generation Group, Inc., and will operate as Babcock & Wilcox MEGTEC (B&W MEGTEC).
B&W MEGTEC is a leading global design, engineering, and manufacturing company providing industrial products and services to a diverse customer base serving a wide variety of market sectors. Key environmental product offerings include oxidizers, solvent recovery, distillation systems and precipitators to incinerate, filter, recover and/or purify air, liquid and vapor-phase effluents from a variety of manufacturing processes. B&W MEGTEC also supplies ovens and dryers, specialized coating lines and material handling systems for energy storage, membranes, digital printing and other advanced manufacturing processes that promote sustainability. We offer stand-alone systems, integrated solutions, and/or process optimization services.
Our integrated design, sales, engineering, and manufacturing teams allow us to analyze customer applications and develop innovative solutions using lean, sustainable methodologies in our equipment designs. We support our installed base with direct-employed, factory-trained field service technicians strategically located worldwide. We provide technical support to our customers in their local language.
Our History and our Growth
The B&W MEGTEC portfolio of companies includes MEGTEC Systems Inc. and its previous companies, affiliates, subsidiaries and divisions, and brings together a strong history of innovation and customer service. Since the combining of TEC Systems and MEG, a French company in 1997, MEGTEC has grown organically and through acquisition, strengthening our products and services offerings -- well proven with our 20,000+ equipment installations.
MEGTEC’s acquisitions include:
- Thermo Wisconsin: dryer and emission control equipment
- Butler: License of zero-speed splicers
- Wolverine Corporation: air emission control division
- AMAL/Enkel: paster and splicer business
- Vara Technologies and both Barnebey Sutcliffe and Sutcliffe Speakman: solvent recovery and distillation operations
- The former Ross Air Systems: intellectual property for dryers and ovens
- TurboSonic Technologies, Inc., particulate control, liquid atomization technologies