Processing & Handling :: Thermal & Energy Management :: Heat Transfer Media
November 1, 1999
Optimizing Heat Transfer
Synthetic heat-transfer fluid reduces drying times and boosts production at this custom-fabric facility
Dale K. Kline, Solutia Inc.
Reliable heat transfer is crucial when operating a process that depends on a consistent temperature. Heat-transfer fluids, however, can degrade over time, resulting in diminished heat transport, thereby increasing the heat up time of a material a target material. Consequently, these problems can reduce productivity, and thus, profits. Learn how a producer of custom fabrics used in paper making improved production times by changing heat transfer fluids
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