The Latest Heat Transfer Products On The Market

In the oil and gas industry, corporations face a bevy of concerns in choosing the correct heat transfer products to suit their quality and deliverance needs. The current market for such solutions is expected to change over the coming decade as advances in technology, consumer base and industrial application expand to accommodate an expected compound annual growth rate of 7.44 percent in the demand for heat transfer fluids which will only exacerbate the need to find quality suppliers of these solutions. Choosing the right equipment that is customizable, reliable, thoroughly tested according to safety standards and that maximizes a greener and more sustainable design philosophy, is crucial when corporations are expected to compete on an international stage.

Heat Transfer Products

With advances in ambient temperature storage and solar photovoltaic energy prices dropping, and previously overlooked factors like salt in concentrated solar power towers or the possibility of nanoparticle fluids, a host of new options are now available in the design of the most advanced heat transfer equipment. Preventing fluid degradation and residue build up is also a prime concern in designing these systems that will use the best chemicals available, but can also accommodate new products on the horizon.

In every stage of the oil and gas industry the need for such expertly designed heat transfer systems is essential. From initial production, to transport, to refining and recycling, each step requires reprocessing and reuse of heat transfer fluids operating at high temperature and in high vacuum distillation operations. Depending on the specific part of this process, performance oils and lubricants are necessary but so is the heat transfer product equipment that is selected. Cost and efficiency may be the main drivers of a corporation’s heat transfer system, but in addition to the financial constraints, environmental and regulatory needs of the operational site are paramount. Only a supplier that understands the operating temperatures and stringent design drivers of closed loop heat transfer systems should be chosen. While there are many businesses that provide individual units, care should be taken in the selection of the design team, one that offers an integrated approach to pump selection, manufacture system, transport and storage capability.

As the global energy market expands and new participants like solar and natural gas enter, innovations and the rising costs of raw material, upgrades and repairs are an important factor in up-front cost estimations. With the goal of maximizing waste efficiency each dollar that a business spends to reduce and reuse a supply-chain’s energy is an investment that requires careful research, collaboration and consideration.  To learn about most advanced heat transfer equipment available today, click here to visit Petro-Tech’s website, detailing their cutting edge products and team of experts.

Author Bio:

Industrial safety writer, James Traffsner, has extensive experience in working with big business to improve their health and safety conditions.  While working with companies in the oil and gas industry, James had the opportunity to work with the professional team at Petro-Tech and was suitably impressed with their focus on ensuring that all of their products have safety at the forefront of the design.  To learn more about the most advanced heat transfer equipment available today, click here to visit Petro-Tech’s website.

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