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In Episode 10 of The Exchange, we discuss the South African market with Carl van Maanen of Industrial Water Cooling (IWC) and Albert Bedell of Solex Thermal Science.
In Episode 9 of The Exchange, we discuss the diverse southeast Asia market with Go Takagi of DJK Asia and Albert Bedell of Solex Thermal Science.
You won’t find the definition of a high-temperature bulk solids heat exchanger in any textbook. Yet the technology is finding its way into more industries. Which leads then to the obvious question: What are high-temperature heat exchangers? Or perhaps better put, how do they work?
In Episode 7 of The Exchange, we discuss ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) with Bill Whitelaw of Glacier Resource Innovation Group and Lowy Gunnewiek of Solex Thermal Science.
The ability to use hot bulk solids to generate electricity: many in the heat transfer world regard this concept as a modern-day lightning rod for industrial processes, particularly when the technologies involved have been around for decades.
In the world of indirect heat exchangers, water, thermal oil and molten salts have traditionally shared the responsibility of heating or cooling free-flowing granular solids. Yet limitations with these three kings of the heat transfer is opening the door to the ground-breaking use of granular materials.
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.
New heat transfer technology company with strong ties to Solex Thermal Science is official unveiled today with a focus on applying the science of bulk solids heat transfer to emerging challenges associated with sustainable initiatives such as solar power, waste heat recovery and carbon capture.
Solex Thermal Science continues to grow globally — and with that, we're being exposed to a number of different, exciting opportunities and cutting-edge applications. Here are five things you may not know about how our technology can be customized for more energy-efficient, cost-effective solutions across applications.
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