The brothers Randy and Sheldon Martin are both organic broilers producers in Ontario. Their respective farms Whispering Meadows (owned by Randy) and Sheldale Poultry (owned by Sheldon) barns are pretty much identical. The main difference? The first one is equipped with six ESA-1000 heat exchangers while the other one does not have any… for now. For over a year, the brothers have been comparing their respective productions. The results leave no room for doubt.
Many producers were discouraged when propane prices soared in 2019. Exhausted by the frequent increases, the Nova Scotia poultry grower, Tim Cox, decided to take matters in his own hands. He installed ESA-1000 heat exchangers in his barn hoping to lower his heating costs. The results far exceeded his expectations!
Stéphane Forest is a broiler chicken producer located at Sainte-Mélanie, QC. With three chicken barns and 80 000 birds per fleet, his ESA-1000 heat exchangers allow him to reduce his heating costs, improve the birds health and provide a healthy work environment for his son and himself.
Sherbrooke, January 14, 2019. - Energy Solutions Air (ESA), an innovative company, inaugurated its new plant in Sherbrooke on January 14th. More than 50 people attended the inauguration. Among the guests were Sherbrooke Federal Deputy, Pierre-Luc Dusseault, and Sherbrooke Alternate Mayor Julien Lachance.
Énergie Solutions Air (ESA) received the Regional Recognition for an innovative project from l’Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec (OIQ) on December 9th.