Goodway Technologies

Goodway Technologies manufactures specialized industrial maintenance products for markets including HVAC, Energy, Manufacturing and Food and Beverage Production.

Our innovative, technology-driven solutions are used by contractors, engineers and maintenance professionals worldwide to perform routine maintenance duties faster, easier, safer and with more efficiency.

Incorporated in 1966, our innovative products have been used by facilities and plant maintenance personnel worldwide for the maintenance of HVAC systems, plant machinery, hazardous material cleanup and other industrial maintenance needs. We manufacture and ship from a 60,000 square foot plant in Stamford, CT, USA.

Our products include tube cleaning systems, industrial vacuums, cooling tower maintenance systems, dry vapor sanitation solutions, descaling systems, coil cleaning products, hose & pipe cleaning systems and more.

Goodway Case Studies


Steam condensers by nature include a large volume of tubes. For one cogeneration power plant in New York, that means over 4,000 tubes for the condenser serving the 25-megawatt steam turbine. Keeping those tubes clean is a big job with regular maintenance, but can be near impossible when something goes wrong. Ken heads operations at the cogeneration plant. When the plant experienced a drop in efficiency, he knew it was time to find a different cleaning solution.

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With one million square feet of office space under one roof, this 20-story tower provides workspace to 16 tenants, with more than 2,000 employees on site. Built in 1973, the facility struggled to meet the modern performance demands expected from the building’s original HVAC system.  

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When a metal fabricator in New Jersey became one of few companies to own an exclusive, high speed aluminum saw for special components, he knew it was about time to upgrade to a more special cleaning method for metal chip maintenance.

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One of the largest bakery companies in the United States has mastered the art of kneading dough and turning it to freshly baked bread, but they are still searching for effective methods to keep old yeast from turning to mold inside of their belt conveyor.

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