12. April 2018 Chemical production involves a complex series of processes, from heating, cooling and condensing to evaporation and separation. All of these need reliable heat exchange technology, which is where Kelvion solutions come in. Kelvion’s robust heat exchangers are designed to withstand the rigors of chemical reactions, enabling critical processes to be completed safely and efficiently. Companies looking to save energy, reduce emissions and improve safety in their systems and plants will find the key to unlocking their sustainability potential at this year’s ACHEMA show, from June 11 to 15 in Frankfurt.
Kelvion is presenting its innovative Shell & Tube Double Safety Heat Exchanger and Fully-Welded Plate Heat Exchanger, products that help to minimize process costs and optimize energy efficiency.
Kelvion’s K°BLOC works across a broad range of liquids, temperatures and pressures. K°BLOC units are wellsuited for liquid-liquid, condensation and evaporation applications, such as chemical, petrochemical, oil/gas, pulp and power, vegetable oil, refinery, amines and other oil and gas processes. The safety, technical sophistication and durability of the plate pack is second to none. What’s more, it’s easy to maintain and inspect.
The second “K°EY” at the fair will be the Shell & Tube Double Safety Heat Exchanger. Technical and constructional improvements have greatly extended the range of potential applications. The flexible technology can be used in the heat recovery from transformers, or for the recooling of gear and turbine oil. Safe fuel gas preheating, high pressure applications and cooling of compressors are just a few further examples of the vast Shell & Tube Double Safety Heat Exchangers application spectrum. Possible benefits of its technology are saving energy, relief for existing cooling systems and heat recovery.
Further products, which will be on display during the show, are Air Fin Coolers; Cooling Towers; K°Flex Plate Heat Exchangers; Single Tube Heat Exchangers.
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