Routine Testing and fluid analysis is vital to ensure your equipment is in the best possible shape.
Ed Cass, MLT I, Paratherm’s Technology Manager, discusses key strategies for increasing your heat transfer fluid performance.
WEBINAR Join Paratherm’s Technical Director, Ryan Ritz as he discusses fluid degradation, causes and preventionand the steps to take if thermal fluid degradation does happen.
Test Your Knowledge with Paratherm and Chemical Engineering. This one minute quiz challenges you in all areas of heat transfer fluid.
Thermal fluids, also commonly known as heat transfer fluids/HTFs, hot oils, thermic fluids, etc., are designed to provide accurate, uniform temperature control to process operating units while still maintaining low system pressures. The “Thermal Fluid Experience” revolves around safety, maintenance, efficiency and reliability of overall plant operations.
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Top brands use a heat transfer fluid in the manufacturing process. Makers of premium foods also use a food grade heat transfer fluid that helps their recipes sing, like gourmet filled pastas, with efficiency and precision.
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On May 17, 2017 Paratherm’s Product Manager Ryan Ritz presented The Effects of Fluid Flow Dynamics on Thermal Fluid Performance. The one-hour webinar was presented live, and then was available to stream on-demand for three months, through August 2017, on the Globalspec IEEE website. And now, you can still experience the presentation, in its entirety, as […]