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December 1, 2010

Heat Transfer Fluid Leaks: Break the Fire Triangle

Extreme processing temperatures present the greatest risk. Know where leaks are most likely to occur and how to prevent them

Conrad E. Gamble and Matthias Schopf, Solutia Inc.

Management of process plants requires the understanding and application of the fundamental tenets of safe design, construction, and operation of each facility. In that context, many years of practical experience with systems that use very high-temperature...

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