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The applications for indirect heating and cooling of free-flowing granular materials continues to grow. With this growth has come a need to accommodate high-temperature bulk solids. Here is our story of that technology development journey.
The September 2020 issue of Infovrac magazine features Jean-Marc Reichling of Solex Thermal Science discussing how advances in vertical heat transfer technology are providing operators with opportunities to reduce energy consumption and virtually eliminate emissions.
The September 2020 issue of Foundry Management & Technology Magazine highlights the collaboration between Solex Thermal Science, Waupaca Foundry and MT Systems on an indirect vertical heat transfer solution that resulted in reduced scrap/salvage rates and lower sand-additive costs.
Solex Thermal Science is back with the second episode of The Exchange, an online series of videos that touch on major themes impacting the bulk solids industry. In this installment, Albert Bedell of Solex Thermal Science, sits down with Francis Liu of Chemequip Industries.
In the metalcasting sector, challenges such as aging equipment, increased production demands, more stringent emission controls and the ever-present need to control sand temperature are creating a perfect storm. Solex discusses how advances in heat-transfer technology are giving foundries an opportunity to reset their prospects.
Solex Thermal Science is excited to announce the launch of The Exchange, a new online series of videos that touch on major themes impacting the bulk solids industry. For the debut episode, Lowy Gunnewiek, CEO, Solex Thermal Science, sits down with Mark Brouwer, Owner Director, UreaKnowHow.com.
Over the years, numerous studies have looked at the many reasons why sugar changes colour during storage. A recent study, however, has revealed that the temperature at which sugar is packaged is one of the leading and most underestimated influences on a sugar’s final colour.
Water quality and scarcity have become a global concern — to the point that the UN has declared water scarcity as one of the greatest challenges of the 21st century. In the May/June 2020 issue of World Fertilizer Magazine, Igor Makarenko, Global Director, Fertilizer for Solex Thermal Science, discusses how closed-loop systems are giving fertilizer producers access to an unlimited supply of fresh, clean water.
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