The Kelvion manufacturing site at The Port of Catoosa, which is an industry leader in the production of heat exchangers for the Oil & Gas industry, is expanding to meet the growing demand in the North American market. Kelvion, formerly known as GEA Rainey, has been in continual operation since 1964 and has a long history and extensive expertise in the heat transfer industry.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony recently launched the second production facility in Knoxville, Tennessee. This expansion allows Kelvion to meet the growing demand for innovative heat exchangers in the Data Center and Refrigeration industries.
The Helmholtz Zentrum in Dresden has chosen Kelvion’s innovative printed circuit K°Bond heat exchangers to test a power cycle using supercritical CO2 for the project “Carbosola”. Known as the Brayton Cycle, it is much more efficient than those based on water/steam and, as a result, is expected to become an important technology in future.
Sustainability is and remains a megatrend. This means that technologies that minimize emissions and make processes safe are increasingly in demand. At ACHEMA Pulse, we will present heat exchanger solutions that can reduce emissions and improve operational safety, thermal efficiency, energy recovery and heat transfer.
Kelvion is helping data centers owners and operators improve the energy efficiency of their cooling operations. The company, a global heat exchanger expert, recently provided a hyper scale data center in the mid-western United States with an energy efficient solution while saving space.
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