Coming soon: Tranter ammonia cascade heat exchangers

By Sabine Lobnig, May 19, 2010, 10:23 1 minute reading

Tranter, a global manufacturer of gasketed and welded plate heat exchangers will soon be presenting its ammonia cascade heat exchangers on Tranter's welded plate heat exchangers feature high efficiency and safety, while minimising the ammonia refrigerant charge.

Building on over 70 years of experience in the field of heat transfer technology, Tranter is supplying high quality and performance heat exchangers throughout the world. As new bronze partner, the company will showcase its SPWwelded plate heat exchangers suitable for ammonia applications.

All-Welded Plate Heat Exchangers

Tranter welded plate heat exchangers are custom-made, ensuring highest quality and efficiency. The compact heat exchangers can be used for extreme temperatures, pressures and special designs that exceed gasket limitations. They offer high performance, small sizes and minimal maintenance. All-welded heat exchangers can handle liquids, gases and two-phase mixtures at very high pressures and at low & high temperatures.

Tranter supplies distribution centre for fruits and vegetables

One example of the company’s natural refrigerant technology in action is a distribution centre for Hillfresh International, an importer and exporter of vegetables, fruits and exotic foods based in the Netherlands. The NH3/CO2 cascade refrigeration technology, featuring Tranter’s SPWheat exchangers, reduces the consumption of ammonia by almost 90%. Compared to conventional systems it also improves safety and makes the system more environmentally friendly. The construction of the 11,500m2 distribution centre was completed end of 2009.

About Tranter Group

Tranter is a global manufacturer of gasketed and welded plate heat exchangers for use in a wide variety of industries. At the forefront of heat exchanger technology for over 70 years, Tranter has solved thousands of heat transfer problems. Tranter offers a wide range of very competitive heat exchangers throughout the whole world via its own market companies and a network of specialist agents and distributors.


By Sabine Lobnig

May 19, 2010, 10:23

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