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A new, more efficient way to cool potash

In the 2021 issue of PotashWorks Magazine, Igor Makarenko, Global Director, Fertilizer, discusses how vertical plate technology that cools potash indirectly has emerged as a Goldilocks solutions that puts more control back into operators' hands.


Another one bites the dust

In the September 2020 issue of World Fertilizer Magazine, Igor Makarenko of Solex Thermal Science discusses how an integrated de-dusting solution for cooling processes is helping reduce risk and produce a better fertilizer.


The right time for indirect heat-transfer technology

In the August 2020 issue of Foundry Management and Technology magazine, Solex Thermal Science discusses how advances in heat-transfer technology are giving foundries an opportunity to reset their prospects versus mounting regulatory, technological and competitive pressures.



H2 Oh No!

In the May/June 2020 issue of World Fertilizer Magazine, Igor Makarenko of Solex Thermal Science discusses how closed-loop systems used in vertically stacked-plate heat exchange technology are lessening the burden on fertilizer producers of having to source clean streams of water.


Saving energy while avoiding caking

In World Fertilizer Magazine, Igor Makarenko, Global Director, Fertilizer at Solex Thermal Science, examines how an indirect plate-type heat exchanger can be used in the final fertilizer cooling step in order to avoid caking.


Keeping cool - milled cement coolers

The cement industry is under pressure to reduce operating costs. Some of the challenges associated with the current commercially avaliable technologies for cement cooling are their high energy consumption, high maintenance cost, and high water consumption. 


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