HRS India recently participated at the Chemprotech 2019, organised by Koelnmesse YA Tradefair Pvt Ltd in association with Chemical Weekly magazine at BEC in Mumbai from 16th-17th April 2019. This is an international exhibition held for sharing latest information and developments in chemical processing technology, equipment and supplies.
Industry update shows that in India the fine and specialty chemicals market is at $30 billion. Thus, advanced technology, energy efficient equipment are the need of the hour for meeting this growth pace. The chemical and allied industries are investing greatly in innovative solutions.
At Chemprotech, HRS showcased their flagship ECOFLUX corrugated tube heat exchangers (CTHE). It also exhibited the energy efficient HRS FUNKE plate heat exchangers (PHE) and range of heat exchanger based systems to enable customers to achieve better plant productivity. Visitors from key process industries like chemical, agrochemical, fertiliser, petrochemical specialty chemicals, polymer, etc., visited HRS stall to understand the heat transfer solutions for their respective industries.
Naresh Agarwal, VP, Heat Exchanger BU, HRS PSL presented on sustainable heat transfer technology at the on-site conference – Advances in Chemical Process Technology at Chemprotech. He explained role of the HRS range of heat exchangers to achieve better productivity in chemical process industries. He imparted the know-how of the heat exchangers and heat exchanger based systems. He also shared information on special projects installed for critical applications at many of HRS’ customers. HRS has expertise to design and manufacture heat exchangers in exotic material like hastelloy, titanium, tantalum, inconel, monel, duplex, super duplex, copper and grades of SS. Over a decade and more, HRS has proven its expertise to understand and design heat exchangers to specific customer needs. "Sustainability, consistent performance and solution driven application engineering makes HRS PSL a preferred brand in the heat transfer industry," said Agarwal.