INDUSTRIAL

One of the main markets for HRS Heat Exchangers is industrial applications such as chemical manufacturing, petrochemical refining and the heating and cooling of process water in a range of manufacturing applications.

Some of the key requirements for heat exchangers and systems operating in such demanding conditions include corrosion resistance and a wide range of operating temperatures. Consequently HRS heat exchangers can be found in applications around the world.

If you cannot find your required application listed below, then please contact us to discuss your specific requirements.

Oil Droplet - HRS Industrial Applications
Fine Chemicals
Colourful Liquids in Beakers - HRS Fine Chemicals

Fine Chemicals

The fine and speciality chemicals sector often deal with high-value products, expensive raw materials and high capital costs. In this environment product integrity and process efficiency are paramount. The production of compounds for use in everything from paints and pigments to fuels and additives, pesticides to cosmetics and toiletries requires high standards of security and quality…

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Solvents
Liquid in Beaker - HRS Industrial Solvents

Solvents

Solvent recovery requires a robust heat exchanger which can cope with this important process step. The economic and environmental implications of not getting solvent recovery right can be disastrous. Solvent discharge to the environment is a challenge for many companies, but the right heat exchange solution integrated into a suitable bespoke recovery system will remove…

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Petrochemicals
Paint Pots - HRS Petrochemicals

Petrochemicals

The petrochemical industry has many requirements for heat exchangers, with different processes requiring different techniques, including plate heat exchangers, such as the HRS PHE Series and tubular heat exchangers.

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Process Water
Water Droplet Splash - HRS

Process Water

Process water covers a wide range of uses, including general heating and cooling applications, cleaning and transportation, boiler feed water, engine cooling and even chemical and product dilution and suspension. While softer water is generally better to avoid scaling problems, the exact parameters, such as oxygen and carbon content, conductivity and purity will depend both…

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