Heat exchangers for the tankers


Tankers are essential vessels in the marine industry primarily designed for transporting large quantities of liquids, typically crude oil, petroleum products, chemicals, or liquefied natural gas (LNG). They play a crucial role in the global economy by facilitating the transportation of these commodities between producers and consumers across the world.


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Crude oil tankers

Crude oil tankers, pivotal to the marine industry, transport unrefined oil worldwide, using heat exchangers to maintain it at a pumpable viscosity by transferring heat from mediums like steam or hot water to the cargo.


Chemical tankers

Chemical tankers, essential for the marine industry, transport various chemicals in liquid form worldwide, ensuring their safe and efficient delivery. These vessels use heat exchangers to precisely control cargo temperatures, maintaining their pumpable state and preventing solidification or viscosity changes.



Applications in the tanker industry

Clean fuel engines

Clean fuel engines combined with efficient heat exchangers represent a significant advancement in making container vessels more sustainable. These technologies not only comply with stringent environmental regulations but also enhance fuel efficiency and operational performance.

Engine cooling

Marine engines in various vessels face tough conditions and produce a lot of heat. Cooling systems are crucial to dissipate this heat, avoiding overheating, potential engine failure, and expensive repairs. Heat exchangers play a key role in preventing overheating and maintaining efficiency.

Deck heating

Deck heating systems use steam, hot water, or electric elements, with heat exchangers transferring the warmth directly to the cargo.


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Our comprehensive understanding of heat exchangers goes beyond just maintenance and usage. We offer tailored recommendations and innovative solutions to optimize your system's performance, reduce energy consumption, and extend the lifespan of your equipment. Our goal is to not only enhance your operational efficiency but also to ensure the long-term health and reliability of your heat exchangers. Trust Tranter to provide expert insights that keep your systems running smoothly and cost-effectively.

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Parts and Service, Explainer series part 1

When it comes to inspection and plate removal, it is crucial to pay attention to every detail. By following the necessary steps and taking the time to inspect and remove plates properly, we can ensure that your project is completed successfully. Learn more by listening to Dave Lusignolo, Director, Aftermarket Sales - North America

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Parts and Service, Explainer series part 2

Chemical cleaning and rinse are essential steps in maintaining the performance of your heat exchanger. Whether it's removing liquids, or ensuring the longevity of machinery, chemical cleaning and rinse play a crucial role in the service process. Learn more by listening to Dave Lusignolo, Director, Aftermarket Sales - North America


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