Klaren International has worked together with Sustainable Energy Solutions (SES) to experimentally test the use of the fluidized bed heat exchanger technology as a part of SES’ innovative Cryogenic Carbon Capture process.
SES develops innovative solutions to sustainability problems within the energy industry. Their Cryogenic Carbon Capture™ (CCC) technology eliminates most emissions from fossil fuels. This CCC technology is projected to cost half as much as alternatives.
In the week of June 12th to June 16th the 2017 Fouling Conference was held in Madrid. At the fouling conference, it was again confirmed that fouling is a big problem in industry. Both researchers and industry are working on methods to mitigate it. Marco van Beek, CTO of Klaren International, presented two papers with applications based on the self-cleaning fluidized bed heat exchanger technology:
- Fluidized bed heat exchangers for the evaporation of waste waters: design advantages and operational experiences
- Horizontal shell side fluidized bed heat exchanger, design considerations and experiences from a pilot unit
The papers will be officially published after peer review by the technical committee Heat Exchanger and Fouling Conference 2017.
Klaren International and Bronswerk Heat Transfer, both based in the Netherlands, have signed a cooperation agreement aimed at selling, designing and worldwide delivery of heat exchangers based on the self-cleaning heat exchanger technology of Klaren International.
Klaren International has sold a single tube heat exchanger test unit to SABIC, India, a Saudi diversified manufacturing company. This test unit is first of its kind and has been designed to fit in the testing facility of SABIC in Bangalore, India.
Our newly developed single tube test unit, based on the self-cleaning heat exchanger technology, with skid has been sold to a mining company in the USA for testing the self-cleaning performance of the heat exchanger.