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MicroWatt Appointed Representative for Honeywell Industrial Combustion Products in Western Canada

Don Horne   


Honeywell Environmental & Energy Solutions business, a global leader in commercial and industrial combustion controls technology has announced the appointment of MicroWatt LifeSafety Solutions as its newest representative in Western Canada for its Industrial Combustion range of products. MicroWatt combines technical and process expertise with a company-wide dedication to customer service to deliver best-in-class solutions and products to their diverse customer base.

Engineered for the toughest environments, Honeywell combustion control products are CSA B149.3 certified, SIL3 suitable, and offer reliable, durable and flexible solutions engineered to perform in the most challenging applications. Remote configuration, monitoring and diagnostics, and a wide range of flame sensor options make Honeywell the ideal solution for any industrial burner process and application.

Both companies are looking forward to working together to their customers’ benefit in Western Canada. MicroWatt’s General Manager Kevin Falenda confirms, ”MicroWatt provides Honeywell with a strong, technically oriented sales organization with a proven track record in the Process & Regulated Industries. We look forward to a long and successful relationship.”

The Honeywell Industrial Combustion solutions are a perfect fit into MicroWatt’s growing portfolio of products and services. MicroWatt LifeSafety Solutions, based out of Calgary, with regional offices in Edmonton, Grande Prairie, Fort McMurray, and Vancouver has been strategically expanding its offerings to include complete Preventative and Mitigative System Safeguarding solutions. These include safety instrumentation, process, and burner controls, in addition to certified engineering, lifecycle, and field services in order to fully support our heavy industrial customers in Western Canada. They offer innovative products and services that reduce the total cost of ownership, improve safety, and optimize performance.



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