In the June issue of Processing magazine, Devon Robinson of Solex Thermal Science discusses how indirect heat exchange technology can play an important role in improving energy efficiency and reducing emissions in bulk solids processes.
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In ProcessWest Magazine, Albert Bedell of Solex Thermal Science discusses how indirect heat exchange technology is playing a role in helping producers increase efficiencies during lithium extraction
In the March 2022 issue of the International Sugar Journal, Jean-Marc Reichling of Solex Thermal Science explains how a France sugar plant was able to drastically reduce energy consumption through a more efficient cooling solution.
How do you get the most out of indirect-based technology? In the March 2022 issue of Heat Exchanger World Magazine, Sven van der Heide and Francisco Castellano share insights into how to get the most out of indirect plate heat exchange technology for granular solids.
In the January 2022 issue of Infovrac, Solex Energy Science CEO Neville Jordison covers the uniqueness of high-temperature bulk solids heat exchangers, focusing on many of the additional design considerations that need to be taken into consideration.
In the Jan/Feb 2022 issue of Fertilizer Focus, Jill Caskey of Solex Thermal Science discusses how moving bed heat exchangers that use vertical plate technology to indirectly cool fertilizer are improving plant operations and product quality
In the 2022 issue of Potash Producer, Igor Makarenko discusses how moving bed heat exchangers that use vertical plate technology are able to best withstand the corrosive environment associated with potash production.
In the December 2021 issue of Process Heating magazine, Solex Energy Science CEO Neville Jordison discusses how pairing ORC technology with moving bed heat exchangers can turn otherwise lost thermal energy in bulk solids into electricity.
In the November 2021 issue of Inforvrac, Jean-Marc Reichling of Solex Thermal Science shares how agro-industrial co-operative group Cristal Union modernized its sugar beet plant in Bazancourt, France with the adoption of plate-based indirect cooling technology.
In the Nov/Dec 2021 issue of World Fertilizer, Igor Makarenko of Solex Thermal Science explores how vertical plate technology at the cooling stage is helping fertilizer producers reduce their operational footprints.
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