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Industry News

The Heat Exchanger World editorial team brings the most important industry updates to its community through both our magazine and online news pages. Our news is global, spanning every aspect of heat transfer and related industries all around the world.

Non-domestic RHI gains 12-month extension

Originally set to finish at the end of March 2021, the Government’s non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) has received a 12-month extension.

SECO/WARWICK joins forces with MISAD

Turkey is the transcontinental link between Europe and Asia, and MISAD, Heat Treatment Industrialists Association based in Istanbul is the link with the heat treatment industry.

Heat Exchanger World Europe Conference & Expo

Rescheduled dates June 1 & 2, 2021Because of the influence that the Pandemic, Covid-19, is currently having on all our lives, particularly in Europe, Heat Exchanger World has rescheduled its dates to open its doors to its first European Conference & Expo at the RDM Rotterdam, the Netherlands on June 1st & 2nd, 2021.

Marc Glasser to serve on board of Heat Treating Society

Rolled Alloys Director of Metallurgical Services, Marc Glasser reappointed to serve on the board of the Heat Treating Society.

Dorogobuzh invests over RUB 5bn in Ammonia Plant

PJSC Dorogobuzh (part of Acron Group) has finalised technical upgrades to its unit producing ammonia, a basic component for nitrogen and complex mineral fertilisers.

Asian refinery group selects K?Bloc

Kelvion has won a contract of approximately nine million Euro for the supply of several K?Bloc, Kelvion compact welded plate heat exchangers, to a refinery group in Asia.

VARD contracts Hydroniq for seawater coolers

The shipbuilding group VARD has placed a contract with Hydroniq Coolers to deliver a marine seawater cooling system to a new-build stern trawler currently under construction.

Advanced capabilities of modern heat exchangers

In the realm of electrical thermal management, heat exchangers have been a significant advantage to companies in every industry for decades.The first, and still the most frequent, use of modern heat exchangers is to enhance the efficiency of electrical cooling processes.

Marley unveils Duct Heaters and Duct Heat Configurator

Marley Engineered Products debuts a new line of customizable open coil electric Duct Heaters. It also has unveiled a new Duct Heat Configurator specification tool for engineers.

Frost & Sullivan’s study on NA & Europe heat exchangers

Frost & Sullivan’s analysis of the North American and European heat exchanger markets predicts that they will record a CAGR of 3.4% and 3.2%, respectively, from 2020 to 2025, with revenues reaching USD 4.7bn for North America and USD 5.02bn for Europe.