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Kelvion, a global manufacturer of heat transfer equipment, today received significant recognition and appreciation from the State of Tennessee for providing more than 50 new jobs at its newly reopened Knoxville, Tennessee plant. The recognition was celebrated during a ceremony at the Kelvion plant in Knoxville with Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs, Terry Turner, Chairman of the Board of the Knoxville Chamber of Commerce, and approximately 30 other economic leaders in attendance.
Industrial facilities and power plants generate waste heat that is usually released into the air. Kelvion has the solutions for how 2 Recover Waste Heat with two new additions to its product portfolio – the Exhaust Gas Heat Exchanger and the EcoMi modular economizer. They can transform waste heat into useful forms of energy, reducing emissions and boosting efficiency. Kelvion’s 2 Recover Waste Heat solutions offer a practical way to save energy, improve performance and combat global warming.
District cooling stations, high-rise building cold supply or data center cooling - gasketed plate heat exchangers for these applications require peak performance in terms of heat transfer whilst withstanding high system pressure. The new Kelvion plate heat exchanger NP150X is tailored to meet these requirements, thanks to an extremely shallow plate gap and a smaller pitch. These attributes ensure highly turbulent flow and in turn a good heat transfer at very small temperature differences.