Recently, Solex attended an Open Day held in San Carlos, Colombia. We were proud to showcase our technology and discuss the processes involved in the Solex Heat Exchanger.
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A cement cooling pilot test project comparing Solex Thermal's plate cooling technology to conventional tube coolers was featured in an issue of Global Cement, a magazine covering all aspects of the cement industry worldwide. The article highlights the differences between the two technologies and shows the efficiencies of Solex Thermal's plate cooling technology using on-location results.
Thank you for visiting us at this year's AVH Symposium in Reims, France!
Thank you for visiting us at this years Phosphates conference and exhibition in Paris, France!
Thank you for visiting us at this years Nitrogen + Syngas conference and exhibition in Estrel, Berlin, Germany!
Thank you for visiting Solex at the 11th Cement Business & Industry Exhibition in São Paulo, Brazil..
Thank you for visiting Solex at the 20th European Biosolids & Organic Resources Conference in Manchester, United Kingdom!
Thank you for visiting Solex at Exposibram in Brazil!
Solex Thermal Science presentation from Nick Sutherland on high efficiency cement cooling for cement milling from the International Cement Conference Cemtech. To view, please click to the Cemtech YouTube channel.
Solex Thermal Science Inc. has been selected to provide a 50 metric ton per hour sugar cooler to Zucarmex for their Melchor Ocampo mill in Mexico. Zucarmex needed to find a solution to prevent their sugar from caking to improve the quality of their product for their customers.
Thank you for visiting Solex at ACHEMA 2015 held in Germany.
Plastics Today has featured Solex Thermal Science in a recent article, including insight from Kevin Harris, Senior Sales Manager and Engineer at Solex.
Solex Thermal Science Inc. has been selected to provide a 50-ton per hour urea cooler and water temperature control module to Dakota Gasification Company (DGC) for use in their Great Plains Synfuels Plant in North Dakota.