Green, Safe Solutions Welded Plate Heat Exchangers Can Reduce CO2 Emissions by 3 Million Tons Annually

From Ahlam Rais

Tranter’s NovusBloc welded plate heat exchangers have been selected for the expansion of a North American refinery. The plate heat exchangers are of different sizes and are made of 254SMO and 316L SS materials as well as a single Superchanger gasketed plate heat exchanger. The heat exchangers will be installed at the main production process to reduce CO2 emissions and is capable of handling flammable liquids and/or high temperature fluids.

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Tranter's NovusBloc welded plate heat exchangers will be installed inside the boundary limits of the main production process and thus handle flammable liquids and/or high temperature fluids.
Tranter's NovusBloc welded plate heat exchangers will be installed inside the boundary limits of the main production process and thus handle flammable liquids and/or high temperature fluids.
(Source: Tranter)

Tranter has received an order for several NovusBloc welded plate heat exchangers for a refinery expansion project in North America. The project was engineered and procured by an American based global EPC-contractor.

Tranter’s scope of supply includes a number of NovusBloc welded plate heat exchangers in different sizes that will be made of both 254SMO and 316L SS materials, plus a single Superchanger gasketed plate heat exchanger. Additionally, the plate heat exchangers will be installed inside the boundary limits of the main production process and thus handle flammable liquids and/or high temperature fluids.

The welded plate heat exchanger comes with a patented plate design that provides state of the art weld quality and enhanced resistance against cyclic pressure and temperature process conditions while also minimizing unnecessary non-value adding pressure loss. The heat exchanger is mechanically durable because mechanical stress is reduced with a proprietary design that creates uniform stress contours in the weld seams.

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