Heat transfer specialist Graham Corp., Batavia, N.Y., has received five orders totaling approximately $6.5 million.

Three of the five orders are for the renewable energy market. One is for ejectors, condensers and liquid ring vacuum pumps for installation in a geothermal plant in Southeast Asia. The other two are for installation in biomass-to-energy facilities under construction in North America.

The remaining two orders are for the oil refining market, and each is for the expansion of an existing oil refinery.

“These five orders are a continuation of the spurt of activity from our traditional markets,” says James R. Lines, Graham’s president and CEO. "We continue to secure orders in the expanding renewable energy market, which appears to be fairly active at this time. While we expect to continue to see strong order activity, we remain somewhat cautious and recognize that order flow will continue to be erratic given the current global economic and political uncertainty.”

Graham makes custom-engineered ejectors, heat exchangers, pumps, condensers and vacuum systems sold either as components or complete systems.