We work in partnership with our customers, wherever they are, to deliver sustainable and customised air and gas handling solutions.
At Howden, we play a vital role in creating a sustainable environment by producing cleaner water around the world through our smart aeration technology.
A rich history and an exciting future helping create a sustainable world
We have offices in over 30 countries and installations in every country in the world. We have been experts in our field since 1854 and continue to innovate and lead.
Howden have agreed to acquire Compressor Products International, a leading provider of aftermarket components and services to the global reciprocating compressor market.
Howden is pleased to announce that it has completed the acquisition of Spencer Turbine from Alliance Portfolio Holdings, Inc. This is Howden Group’s fifth acquisition in 2021.
Ventsim CONTROL Service desk. Using this powerful communication center, we will strengthen our customer's mine ventilation support.
Working with a team of contractors for Colorado Department of Transportation, Howden supplied the nine jet fans for use in a new 1,000ft tunnel.
We are pleased to announce the launch of the Japanese version of the Howden.com website
Howden Group, a leading global provider of mission critical air and gas handling products, technologies and services, has announced its commitment to reduce its carbon footprint globally.
Howden successfully delivered the first phase of an 8 MW surface bulk air cooling plant for the Roxgold Sanu Yaramoko gold mine in Burkina Faso.
As part of our Quick Ship Program, which allows us to better serve the North American market, we assemble our underground mine fans in Abitibi.
Howden supplies compressors for world’s largest hydrogen refuelling station in China
Howden has been selected to deliver a hydrogen compression solution to Johnson Matthey, a leader in sustainable technologies.
We combine our technology and worldwide engineering expertise to design and deliver solutions and services that optimise our customers’ air and gas handling processes.
As the world gears up for a future of lower carbon energy, gas and in particular LNG is to play a vital role within the overall energy mix. The production of LNG, like many other processes within the energy field requires substantial investment in facilities to make this happen.
After 18 years of operation, a 24-cell refinery cooling tower required renewal leading to new cooling fans from Howden maintaining performance with a reduced sound level.
Our ESG efforts are a fundamental characteristic of our brand as well as our purpose as an organisation.
According to the World Bank, only 22% of Green House Gas (GHG) emissions are currently under carbon pricing schemes, but this will accelerate along with the cost per tonne.
In rough construction and mining environments where reliability is essential, Howden fans and cooling systems meet every challenge.
Lessons learned from the deployment of flexible steam turbines for utilising steam generated from sewage sludge incineration
Howden and City, University of London secure grant from the Royal Academy of Engineering to develop novel energy efficient compression technologies.
In this white paper we will demonstrate a method for controlling the Main Air Blower within the Sulphur Recovery process that will improve the overall system energy efficiency and reduce both CAPEX and OPEX cost and in a small way attempt to make a valuable contribution to the overall challenges we face in our industry today and in the future.
With our unique knowledge and expertise, Howden technology can handle and optimise hydrogen across the value chain
At Howden, we play a vital role in creating Mine Cooling Systems to ensure the best solutions for the mine site.
Bringing Howden's global expertise together to share knowledge, insight and best practice to inspire innovation and new ways of working.