Graham Corp. has won five orders worth a total of $7.5 million to supply equipment for energy projects, the Batavia manufacturer said Thursday.
The orders include projects in the oil refining market, along with work on renewable energy programs. One project calls for Graham to provide an ejector system for an oil refinery being revamped to improve its processes to turn crude oil into transportation fuel. For another, Graham is designing and making the ejector and liquid pump ring systems for a refinery that turns used oil into lubicating oil.
Graham also is making a steam surface condenser for an idled oil sands refinery upgrade being revived in Alberta and another for an oil refinery in Southeast Asia. The final project involves a pair of steam surface condensers that will be used at two biomass-to-energy projects at sugar mills in Latin America.
"Our bid work in oil refining, petrochemical and renewable energy markets remains very active," said James R. Lines, Graham's president and chief executive officer.
All of the orders are expected to ship during the next nine to 15 months.