Process Combustion Corporation (PCC) headquarters since 1969. Located in the South Hills, together with our sister company Bloom Engineering, we are both member companies of Sterling Industries PLC. Our secure backing allows us to take on projects of any size. More importantly, it gives our team the freedom to consistently invent new and better ways to do what we do: engineer, design, and manufacture combustion heat transfer and pollution control systems for industries worldwide. Direct-fired thermal oxidizers. Customized air heaters. Bio-Oxidation.

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5460 Horning Road , Pittsburgh , PA 15236 USA

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Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Air and Climate - Air Pollution Treatment
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)
Year Founded:
1969
Employees:
11-100

This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
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In Pittsburgh, innovation isn’t an option. It’s a requirement.

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: “The Steel City,” “The City of Bridges,” “Most Livable City,” and home to Process Combustion Corporation (PCC) headquarters since 1969.

Our 50 year history gives us the experience to understand our customer’s needs and concerns, and design our equipment to solve their problems. We also strive to move forward with a culture that consistently invents new and better ways to do what we do: engineer, design, and manufacture combustion heat transfer and pollution control systems for industries worldwide.

Experienced engineers. Efficient systems.

PCC designs, engineers, and supplies thermal oxidizers, afterburners, incineration systems, activated carbon adsorbers, and biofiltration technology that destroys liquids, gases, fumes, vapors, and malodorous compounds. Our engineers are experienced in:

  • Process engineering
  • Material selection
  • Process design
  • Refractory design
  • Structural design
  • Controls and instrumentation
  • Plant commissioning and startup service
  • Project management

Our expertise and experience in hazardous waste incineration, VOC destruction, and acid gas systems is complemented by knowledge, understanding and practical know-how of heat recovery boilers, heat exchangers, wet scrubbers, baghouses, and electrostatic precipitators. We serve industries including:

Chemical Converting
Petrochemical Metals
Refining Food
Automobile Wood products
Pharmaceutical Sulfur
Manufacturing Carbon
Textile Pulp and paper
Rubber

With more than 1,000 systems successfully operating throughout the world, we’ve custom designed systems for many Fortune 500 companies ranging from $5,000 to more than $11 million.