About Us


Mission

At HTI, our mission is to discover and develop technologies associated with heat and mass transfer.  We are passionate about delivering innovative, revolutionary thermal solutions for industry.

Our success is measured by the benefits realized and the patents awarded – 4. Our technology enables our products to increase drying by “charging the air” so that the available energy is more efficiently transferred to material to evaporate water, solvents, etc. Other solutions can improve mixing, reduce emissions, or create a high efficiency water heating devices.
The benefits of our technology include:

  • Increased throughput and associated product cost reduction
  • Reduction of  energy consumption
  • Optimized operation of the technological equipment
  • Reduction of carbon footprint
  • Reductions of carbon monoxide and nitrogen oxides emissions
  • Smaller footprint
  • Compact and low maintenance 

These technologies are available by purchasing our products or through consulting services with clients.  HTI is also actively developing other products that have broad application to business and consumer markets.

 

History

Heat Technologies, Inc (HTI) was formed in Atlanta, Georgia in 1996. 

Our Timeline

1996 - 1997
The company developed the Spectra High Efficiency Dryer Technology based on pulse combustion technology.  This technology has been used for a variety of applications, such as water heating, conveyer drying, etc. In April 2001, a US Patent was issued for this technology.

1998-2002
HTI developed the Impulse Deposit Removal System which removes deposits from a variety of industrial and utility boilers. In February 2003 a US Patent was issued for this technology.

2002-2007
HTI enhanced its drying system to run on electricity.  As a result and new Spectra HE™ Ultra Drying System was developed and being commercialized. HTI has applied for a patent on this technology. 

Currently HTI is involved in the development of new water boiler/water heating equipment for consumer and commercial applications.  The design is based on its patented technology.

Industries

Our technology is applicable to the following industries:

  • Converting Industry (OEMs and end Users)
  • Paper Industry
  • Military
  • Commercial and Industrial Boilers (HVAC)
  • Printing Industry (OEM)
  • Investment Banking
  • Textiles & Carpets Producers
  • Ceiling Tile Manufacturers
  • Chemical Process Industry OEMs

 

Customers

HTI’s Customers include:

  • Proctor & Gamble (confidential scope of work),
  • Department of Defense (confidential scope of work),
  • A O Smith Corporation (the name and exact nature of work is covered by a CDA)
  • Major OEMs of converting equipment (the names and exact nature of the work is covered by a CDA),
  • Baldwin Technology Co
  • Electric Power Research Institute
  • Multiple Investment Banking Institutions (Hedge Funds, Investment Banks, Mutual Funds, etc.)
  • MPS Systems bv, a Netherlands based OEM of narrow web, flexo, printing presses
  • Several major converters and flexible packaging materials companies (worldwide locations)
  • Kodak
  • Southern Company Services

Management Team


Gene Plavnik, President


Gene Plavnik, President

Gene Plavnik is a president at Heat Technologies, Inc. Mr. Plavnik has more than 25 years of experience in research, development and commercialization of various high efficient low emissions energy technologies for crosscut of industries: paper and film converting, printing, boilers and water heaters (HVAC), utilities, incineration, paper production, cement production, steelmaking, etc. Mr. Plavnik holds an MS in Heat and Mass Transfer Engineering.

 

 

 

 

Address:
Heat Technologies, Inc.
P.O. Box 88413
Atlanta, GA 30356
Tel. (770) 804-9309

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