Paratherm continues to stay current with shipments and fluid analysis testing.
Why should someone pick a fluid system over steam? Thermal-fluid systems have been replacing steam in a wide range of process applications for decades. Non pressurization, simpler components, and higher efficiencies make these systems easier to run and maintain. Once you have decided to switch to a thermal-fluid system, proper service and maintenance are required […]
Hydrogenated Terphenyl Chemistry Exhibits Durability, High Temperature Capabilities West Conshohocken, PA – USA – April 15, 2015 Paratherm recently introduced Paratherm HT Heat Transfer Fluid, which further expands the line’s temperature range for processing applications. The product is formulated for closed-loop liquid-phase heating to 650°F in fired hot-oil heaters and 675°F in waste-heat recovery […]
Laundry fires are among the more common types of fire that occur in institutional settings. They happen with regular frequency—yet, they often can be prevented. It’s a matter of following correct procedures utilizing the best heating systems. Recently, an entire high school had to be evacuated when one of the laundry dryers caught fire. Thankfully, […]
Ryan Ritz began a long relationship with Paratherm in 2003, starting as an engineering intern while he was studying chemical engineering at the University of Delaware. Upon graduating in 2006, Ryan was hired as a full-time employee. In his time at Paratherm, Ryan has worn many different hats. He began working in the laboratory on […]
Here at Paratherm, we offer three different hot-oil system cleaners that are designed for two different fluid chemistries. Whether you have a mineral oil-based system or a synthetic fluid-based system, we have a product that will work for you. Both our our Paratherm LC™ and Paratherm AC™ system cleaner liquids are used the same way to […]