Kemostal cooperate with two different companies that are part of the Howden Group.

Howden BC Compressors
Former company Burton Corblin are since 1995 are part of the Howden Group of companies and officially changed name to Howden BC Compressors in the mid 2000's.

Original founders were Mr Burton in 1884 who manufactured the first piston compressors and Mr Corblin who in 1916 invented and patented the first metal diaphragm compressors. In 1971 these both companies merged and after Howden’s acquiring of Burton Corblin they waited until 2006 until the name was changed to Howden BC Compressors.

Like many other of Kemostal’s partners, main focus is put on customized solutions for specific application requirements and client regulations. Customers are found within for example chemical and petrochemical industries, oil and gas, energy and industrial gas production.

Kemostal have cooperated with Howden BC since 2008 as their official representatives for the Swedish market.

More info about Howden's Reciprocating Compressors? Visit their homepage

Howden Compressors Ltd.
manufactures oil injected and oil free rotary twin screw compressors, and supplies bare shaft oil injected screw copressors for use in the refrigeration, gas processing and other industries.

Rotary twin screw compressor technology was developed in the 1930's by a Swedish Company, SRM,  in collaboration with Howden. In the 1960's the oil injected twin screw compressor was introduced.

Apart from packaging bare shaft blowers ourselves for various process applications, Kemostal also market complete packages from their sister company Howden Process Compressors for example when API standards apply.

More info about Howden's Screw Compressors? Visit their home page

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Description Language File data
Howden Reciprocating Compressors English 2.1 MB / .PDF
Howden Screw Compressors English 1.7 MB / .PDF