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Innovation and new product development

Driven by innovation, our Research and Development department focuses on developing groundbreaking products and improving existing ones to meet market demands and technological advancements. Our team closely examines patents to create unique solutions, particularly in advancing materials science for heat exchanger "ceiling technology". We explore new materials and coatings to enhance performance, reduce fouling, and prolong product life.

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We focus on solutions that makes a difference

  • Thermal hydraulic performance: Focusing on optimizing thermal efficiency and flow dynamics to maximize heat transfer while minimizing energy consumption.

  • Pressure rating enhancements: Engineering solutions that withstand higher pressure demands, suitable for critical applications in industries like oil and gas and marine engineering.

  • Design innovation: Introducing groundbreaking designs that enhance performance and ease of maintenance, including the development of new heat exchanger plates and the application of 3D printing for rapid prototyping.

  • Sustainable solutions: Developing designs that reduce environmental impact and operational costs, aligning with global sustainability goals.

  • Advanced materials: Utilizing cutting-edge material science to improve the durability and performance efficiency of our heat exchangers.

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Energy, Process industries Marine and shipbuilding Sustainability

Plate series introduction: ThermoFit™ DN150

The Omniflex™ plate pattern – A patented Tranter design enabling high energy efficiency. The unique plate pattern induce high turbulence and enhanced heat transfer rates, yet with low pressure drop.

Energy, Process industries Marine and shipbuilding Sustainability

Plate series introduction: ThermoFit™ DN150

The GT-165 is designed for optimized energy efficiency in District Heating and Cooling applications with LMTDs as low as 1 degree Kelvin.

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