EXHEAT to Supply 21 Electric Heater Bundles to High Density Polyethylene Plant Project

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  • (1888PressRelease) February 01, 2017 - Watton, UK - EXHEAT Ltd, one of the world's leaders in the design and manufacture of electric process heaters and control systems for Hazardous Areas, is pleased to announce it will be supplying 21 electric heater bundles to a High Density Polyethylene Plant on the US Gulf Coast.

    The heaters will be used on two extruder heating application units which are designed and build by German based Heat11:
    A double circuit electric heater for the Die Plate of the underwater pelletizer and the Screen changer.
    A double circuit Heating-Cooling-Unit (HCU) for gear pump rotor and shaft temperature control.

    For more information on EXHEAT and our products please call +44 (0)1953 886200, email sales ( @ ) exheat dot com or visit www dot exheat dot com

    About EXHEAT
    EXHEAT is recognised as one of the world leaders in the design and manufacture of electric process heaters and control systems for both Hazardous and Non Hazardous Areas. EXHEAT has extensive global experience in Electrical, Mechanical and Thermal design. Where equipment is to be installed within a Hazardous area, product certification can be supplied from all certification bodies.

    For both onshore and offshore applications, EXHEAT has the knowledge and expertise to design and manufacture electric process heating equipment suitable for installation within the extreme environments commonly found in the Oil, Gas and Petrochemical industries.

    For more information visit www.exheat.com.

    About Heat11
    Heat 11 concentrate on the development, construction and production of environmentally-friendly systems and plants for industrial process heat, heat transfer and electrical power generation.

    For more information visit www.heat11.com

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