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November 1, 2013

The New Face of Heat Exchangers

Evolving heat-exchanger technology allows different types and designs to find use in the CPI

Joy LePree

When it comes to heat exchangers, chemical processors have a lot to consider. The most common concerns include fouling, heat-transfer efficiency, and the ability of the equipment to handle the high temperatures, high pressures and corrosive materials associated with the manufacturing of chemicals. And heat-exchanger manufacturers are continuously tweaking existing technologies to better suit the unique needs of the users in the chemical process industries (CPI)....

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