American Plant Maintenance (APM) is a solid team with the experience, equipment-know-how, and desire to provide an extremely vital survey service identifying leaking steam traps which result in exorbitant energy costs, which waste hundreds of thousands of dollars annually.VIEW MORE
AMERICAN PLANT MAINTENANCE
American Plant Maintenance (APM) is a solid team with the experience, equipment and know-how to provide consistent, annual steam trap service identifying failed or misapplied steam traps and affecting the repairs. Any deficient traps can result in increased energy costs, operational issues or process control problems.
From a single shop in Massachusetts, APM has expanded, with determination and dedication, to become the largest steam trap survey company in the Northeast. We are equipped with the most modern steam component testing and monitoring equipment available to provide state of the art surveys to hospitals, colleges, power plants, pharmaceuticals and other industrial facilities.
Today, American Plant Maintenance is recognized throughout the industry and by customers, energy suppliers and steam equipment manufacturers as the premiere steam trap survey and repair company.
American Plant Maintenance is an independent steam trap survey and repair company which gives us the ability to perform unbiased surveys and recommend the optimum solution for our clients regardless of the manufacturer. When it comes to steam traps we carry all the standard types of steam trap: thermostatic traps, thermodynamic traps, float and thermostatic traps, and inverted bucket traps.
Tony Favaloro, President of American Plant Maintenance, has over 43 years of experience in steam systems. Prior to founding APM, Tony was the president of American Power Service, Inc, a successful industrial bearing business that was founded on the principles of a strong commitment to customer service and technical knowledge.
Tony began his sales career at ARGO International in Salt Lake City, Utah. In 1980 he was named salesman of the year. During his time at Plant Maintenance Engineering, Inc in Cincinnati, OH, Tony increased monthly sales from $10,000 to $1,000,000.
Tony acquired much of his knowledge of steam systems while in the Navy. Tony was a third class boiler technician and damage control petty officer. Tony holds a second-class fireman’s license and is a member of the Association of Energy Engineers.
Greg Foote is American Plant Maintenance’s General Manager. Greg uses his experience in steam system engineering, field surveys and sales to promote steam system efficiency projects and develop new services and sales territories. Greg was promoted to sales engineer early in 2012, after working in the field for APM. Prior to joining APM, Greg was employed as a Chief Engineer for Norwegian Cruise Lines/MEBA.
Greg graduated from Maine Maritime Academy with a Bachelor’s of Science in Marine Engineering and completed his masters at Massachusetts Maritime Academy in Facilities Management.
Eric has risen through the ranks at APM very rapidly. Eric joined APM in the fall of 2004 as a Field Engineer and was first assigned to test over 3,900 steam traps for the University of Maine. Since then Eric has been active in optimizing the data collection in the field and enhancing the report writing process internally. Currently, Eric is the Engineering Manager at APM and responsible for maintaining operations and supervising the field engineers.
Eric Honan graduated in 2003 with an Engineering Degree from the University of Maine in Orono. Prior to signing on with APM, Eric was involved with the commissioning of process instrumentation during the start up of a paper machine which produced “better than bounty” quality tissue. Eric has also spent time as an Automation Engineer with a textile mill working to maintain operations while improving efficiency of daily tasks by implementing modern technology into the existing process. Eric is a Certified Energy Manager and a member of the Association of Energy Engineers.
Jim Krochune joined American Plant Maintenance in February 2010 as a sales engineer. Since that time Jim has quickly integrated himself in the steam trap industry and was promoted to Sales Manager in September 2012 through his dedication and hard work.
Jim graduated from Cambridge College with a Masters degree in Business Management. He has actively used the Sandler Selling System for over 10 years. Before bringing his talents to APM, Jim worked as a major account executive for 6 years. Jim is an active member of NEHES, AFE and AEE.
Sean Keleher is the Northern New England Sales Engineer. He joined American Plant Maintenance in 2013 as a field engineer and quickly excelled. Due to his hard work and drive, he was promoted to sales engineer, where he will use his hands on experience and technical knowledge to assist customers in Northern New England.
Before joining the team at APM, Sean attended Northern Essex Community College, and ultimately decided to get his experience in the trades doing plumbing, HVAC, and electrical. In the near future he plans to continue his college education
Prior to American Plant Maintenance John Dell’Anno served as a Machinery Technician 3rd Class in the U.S. Coast Guard. John was trained on and responsible for the optimal mechanical performance of his assigned ship’s propulsion and mechanical systems. Upon being honorably discharge from the Coast Guard in 2009 John joined American Plant Maintenance. Hired as an Industrial Field Engineer, John in his 3 years in this position conducted hundreds of steam trap and compressed air surveys and acted as lead engineer on assigned maintenance and repair projects as well.
In 2012 John was promoted to the sales department as an Industrial Sales Engineer where he capitalizes on his technical skills and hands on field experience to provide customers exceptional service. John is currently matriculating in the engineering department at UMass Lowell, where he is pursuing and Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Jonathan joined APM in 2011 as Field Engineer conducting numerous steam trap surveys and steam system repairs; demonstrating his engineering talents to troubleshoot customer facilities to identify broader plant mechanical performance problems.
Jonathan, as the Engineer Superintendent is responsible for training all field engineers, safety on jobs and technical quality of the work performed in the field. Additionally, troubleshoot customer facilities and provide engineering evaluation of customer plant mechanical systems.
Prior to joining American Plant Maintenance Jonathan quickly worked his way up from Assistant Engineer to Chief Engineer with Tidewater Marine where he was responsible for engine room personnel to effectively maintain ship’s propulsion, electrical, refrigeration, HVAC, waste, and plumbing systems, he also acted as project manager coordinating with vessel owner, shipyard, and outside contractors during shipyard periods.
American Plant Maintenance
256 West Cummings Park
Woburn, MA 01801
Toll Free phone: 877-51-TRAPS
Hours: M-F 7am – 5pm
Customer service is our main priority. If you have questions about any of our products or services, we’d love to hear them.