Our company

Maxi-Therm was founded in 2005 and is today a joint Canadian and American owned company with 21 exclusives distributors in the U.S.A.
All major components, including vertical heat exchangers, control valves, pumps and accessories, are manufactured in the United States.
We proudly manufacture high-efficiency steam-to-liquid vertical flooded units for building heat and domestic use, transferring both steam’s latent and sensible heat in a 0% flash return system in a closed loop innovative design, even at high pressure steam such as 175 psig and taking into account super-heated steam.
We integrate a steam motor to generate free electric power.

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Our capacity

5 patent design concepts

Maxi-Therm is an innovative package solution manufacturer with five patent design concepts, including its most recent international patent for Zerolag design.

Structural & seismic design features

Maxi-Therm package solutions are engineered with structural and seismic design features. Our service capacity includes local certified tech and engineering in New Jersey, Massachusetts and Chicago.

Brainstorming team

Our engineering group holds a brainstorming team consisting of specialized senior professionals to continuously update and modernize mechanically and electronically our concepts. This team includes Raymond Lach, Patrick Lach, Gabriel Cossette, Walter Kuzia, Jeff Bailey, Chris Little and Tony Ranallo.

15,000 sq ft

Maxi-Therm has four manufacturing and engineering facilities totalizing 15,000 sq ft to assist customers in purchasing the highest quality products and services. One of our facilities meets ISO 9001 quality management and quality assurance standards.

Our team

Jacqueline Labrosse Lach & Raymond LachFounders

Raymond Lach started in the steam business in 1970 and worked for 24 years as a rep for Armstrong Machine Works in Michigan. With the help of his wife Jacqueline, he then founded a company with a team of experts to meet specified industry requirements in steam to liquid package solutions. From 1998 to 2004, Raymond explored the European method of flooded design, enhanced its concept and was granted US and Canadian patent rights.

In 2005, Raymond founded Maxi-Therm and today works with a highly qualified staff from 21 exclusive US partners to continuously innovate in the steam solutions market.

Patrick Lach

Vice President Sales & Business Development

Gabriel Cossette, P. Eng.

Vice President Operations & Engineering

Walter Kuzia

U.S. Shareholder & Exclusive MTI Distributor

Jeff Bailey

U.S. Shareholder & Exclusive MTI Distributor

Chris Little

U.S. Shareholder, Exclusive MTI distributor and U.S. Service & Technical Support Director

Tony Ranallo

Co-owner BoilerSource & Exclusive MTI Distributor

Robert Knox

Regional Sales Manager

Marie-Hélène Bouchard

Director of Sales & Operations

Maxime Ménard, P. Eng.

Project Manager & Technical Support

Youssef Mabchour

Logistics Agent

Simon Peng Ji

Team Leader- 3D Designer

Suzanne Houle

Accounting Clerk

Bernard Maillet

Project Manager

Sylvain Lach

Manufacturing Manager

Adrienne Saba

Marketing & Communication

Jonathan Laflamme

Electromechanical Technician

Jérémy Laflamme

Electromechanical Technician

Phylip Trépanier

Logistics coordinator

Esmaeil Akbari

3D Designer

Nadim El Saouda

Sales Technical Support

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Our partners

Our success depends in large part on having 21 exclusive local partners representing our products in every US State. Our reps are dedicated people working on steam projects led by owners who’ve been in the business for generations, and their slogan has always been “Steam is our passion”.

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Our achievements

Since 2005, we have installed over 450 steam to liquid packaged solution units and have integrated a BACnet IP control panel that we can service via Ethernet/Internet.

We have built up:

  • 2275 US gpm building heat units, using high pressure steam.

  • Domestic hot water heaters units from 10 usgpm to 200 usgpm with high and low-pressure steam.

  • Steam to steam for humidification up to 8000 lbs/hour.

  • Quality steam packages for sterilizers to guarantee 97% or better-quality steam.