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May 7, 2008

Sinclair to expand refinery in Tulsa with GEABloc

Gerald Ondrey

Only one month after the acquisition of GEA ViEX Inc. Canada (, the company has received a significant order for GEABloc custom-designed fully welded heat exchangers from the USA. The equipment will be used in various refinery processes at Sinclair Tulsa Refining Company’s refinery in Oklahoma. The process applications involved are ideal GEABloc applications as they recover significant heat, have extremely small footprint and real estate requirements and are significantly cheaper than conventional shell & tube heat exchangers, says GEA. The total order value exceeds $6 million. Delivery will take place in 2009.

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