nitrogen can deliver powerful and effective cooling at temperatures
as low as 196°C. It out-performs other cooling methods
when the temperature requirement is colder than 50°C,
when there are large peaks in the cooling power demand and
when there is a demand for nitrogen gas inerting near the
point of use. Examples are reaction cooling in the pharmaceutical
industry where the quality of a product from an exothermic
reaction is improved by maintaining the reaction at a low
temperature; or pollution abatement by freezing and trapping
volatile organic compounds by the gas stream through a liquid
nitrogen cooled heat exchanger. In both these examples
it is typical for the customer to recover the spent liquid
nitrogen gas for inerting requirements in the factory.
We have the ability to understand the cooling
requirements of an industrial process. We can quantify
the cooling power; design effective systems to supply the
nitrogen cooling to the point of demand and evaluate the investment
cost and the running cost for the application.
If the project is viable we can select and
manage subcontractors to implement an effective installation
at the customer's factory
Process cooling control
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