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In brewing, the gap width of a heat exchanger depends on the type of beer being produced. Simple, top-fermented beers require coolers with gaps of around 3mm, which are too narrow for well-hopped varieties. The turbidity would unreliably pass the cooler and, in the worst-case scenario, lead to a complete blockage.
High performance and excellent heat transfer even at low temperature differences – these are essential requirements for heat exchangers in power plants, steel production and district heating and cooling network or for cooling data centers.
Since the beginning of the current situation, our number one priority has been, and continues to be, the health and wellbeing of all our employees, business partners, and their families around the world. We are rigorously following the WHO recommendations and local governments’ guidance.
Kelvion has refined the K°Bloc fully-welded plate heat exchanger to further enhance its reliability and efficiency. Designed and made in Germany, K°Bloc plays a leading role in Kelvion’s package of sustainable solutions, working across a broad range of iquids, temperatures and pressures. It is ideally suited to the demands of the oil and gas, chemical and petrochemical industries for separating mixtures of oil, water and solids.
When Otto Happel senior founded the Gesellschaft für Entstaubungs-Anlagen (GEA) in Bochum in 1920, he laid the foundation for a continuing success story. Today, 100 years later, Kelvion is a global player in the heat exchanger business with over 5,000 employees and 47 locations worldwide. It is celebrating its centenary this year under the motto "Embrace our past. Build our future.".