Sterling Deaerator Company has become one of the leading worldwide suppliers of Deaerators and Continuous Blowdown Equipment since its inception in 1987. We pride ourselves on the ability to compete on Deaerator projects of all sizes, ranging in price from only a few thousand dollars to multimillion dollar contracts.

Sterling prides itself even more on our long list of satisfied customers, who buy repeatedly from Sterling.

As you will see when perusing this brochure, we have the ability to handle even the largest projects efficiently, from start to finish, including Engineering, Drafting, Design, Fabrication and Quality Assurance.

Our client list includes a large number of the major deaerator purchasers in the United States and worldwide. A few examples are Southern Company, Westinghouse, JGC, Toshiba, Mitsubishi, Deltak, Applied Thermal Systems, Black and Veatch, Raytheon, Bechtel and others too numerous to mention. Sterling has alliances with Fabricators Worldwide, which makes us competitive virtually everywhere around the Globe, while maintaining the highest quality. It would be our pleasure and opportunity to furnish your deaerator needs.

Sterling Deaerator Co. began operations in 1987 in Lenexa, Kansas. The company founder, Mr. Al Sidun, had been President of Chicago Heater Company for many years prior to starting Sterling. Mr. Sidun formed Sterling with a select group of experienced engineering, drafting, sales and service personnel. Since it's inception, Sterling has continuously improved all areas of operation with a strong emphasis on customer satisfaction. In early 1989, Sterling was purchased as a wholly owned subsidiary of AS-Tech Engineering Company in Cumming, Georgia. This purchase further strengthened Sterling's deaerator experience, adding Staff Engineers and Research and Development capabilities. With over 500 deaerating feedwater heaters in operation worldwide, Sterling has gained vast experience in all areas and applications, serving the Power Generation, Cogeneration, Pulp and Paper, Petro-Chemical, light industrial and other industries.