I want to draw your attention to our webinar of November 17th: Achieve up to zero-fouling with the self-cleaning heat exchanger technology. I would like to ask you if you could/would like share this in your colleagues if you have an interest in Zero-fouling in heat exchangers.
Keep your equipment operational with Klaren International’s self-cleaning heat exchanger technology. Vertical shell and tube heat exchangers operate with a clean surface, due to the application of a fluidized bed of solid particles. Conventional heat exchangers have the problem of severe fouling in the tubes. This can happen in just a matter of hours in severe cases. With the solid particles of our innovative self-cleaning heat exchanger technology, solid particles will be continuously cleaning the walls of the heat exchanger tubes with a mild scouring effect. These solid particles have diameters of 1.5 to 5 millimeters and consist of glass, ceramic or metal. A constant heat transfer coefficient is maintained by cleaning the heat exchanger tubes at an early stage of formation. Moreover, these particles reduce pressure drop compared to conventional heat exchangers and enhance the heat transfer at lower liquid velocities. When the rate of removal of deposits by the particles exceeds the rate of precipitation of deposits, zero-fouling is guaranteed.
In the webinar Marco van Beek, CTO of Klaren International, will explain the self-cleaning fluidized bed technology and how the technology is used to keep the heat exchangers clean and heat transfer constant in different industries. Furthermore, some of our practical experiences with the zero-fouling in heat exchangers at wastewater treatment plants, will be described.
Registration for the KLAREN Webinar: Achieve up to zero-fouling with the self-cleaning heat exchanger technology on Nov 17, 2021, 10:30 AM CEST or Nov 17, 2021, 04:30 PM CEST (10:30 AM EDST) can be done via the following link:
Registration link : https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/2759044528464591630
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
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