• Tranter: Conserving Energy and Improve Thermal Control
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    Tranter: Conserving Energy and Improve Thermal Control

    Plate heat exchangers are widely accepted equipment for various end-user applications, due to their high thermal efficiency enabling significant heat recover in energy intensive processes. Moreover, increasing industrial operations in developing countries is one of the major factors propelling the demand for heat exchangers. Headquartered in Plano, Dallas in Texas (USA), Tranter is a global engineering and manufacturing group specializing in thermal management in power plant, oil & gas, sugar & alcohol, chemical processing, auto ancillaries, metal, HVAC, food & beverage, pharma, textile and various other industries.


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