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Vahterus PSHE EGE – Optimising Waste Heat Recovery Systems

In the market, there is a need for special plate & shell hheat recovery units. In the future, more and more environmental limitations and regulations will need to be taken into consideration with new industrial installations. With the Vahterus EGE, we aim to fill a significant gap in heat exchanger markets.

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Wide Operation Range Clinches the Deal on Steam Generator Acquisition

With the experience of a 100 year-old energy producer, Pori Energia Oy produces electricity, district heat and process steam for the Pori region and its surroundings in western Finland. In addition to providing process steam for Boliden Harjavalta’s copper electrolysis, Pori Energia supplies UPM’s Seiku mill and Corenso’s cartong production from its Aittaluoto power plant in the centre of Pori city. In the north of the city, Pori Energia has a joint power plant with local industry. From the plant, electricity and steam are supplied to Sachtleben Pigments Oy.

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Vahterus Gas Cooling in the Gulf of Mexico

As the inventors and pioneers of Plate & Shell Heat Exchanger (PSHE) technology, Vahterus’ successes in the Offshore and Oil & Gas markets continue to form a critical part of the company’s development and fast-paced growth. With almost all oil majors now having some experience with PSHEs, applications and installations continue to grow exponentially.

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Reliability of Performance and Delivery at US Cold Storage Plants

Innovative Refrigeration Systems provides turnkey design and building services and industrial refrigeration systems. Vahterus has been the company’s partner in supplying heat exchangers since 2010. When its customer, United State Cold Storage, wanted to increase its blast-freezing capacity in the Dallas market, Innovative Refrigeration Systems looked to Vahterus for reliability of performance and delivery.

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10 MW Heat Pump System to Boost a Volcanic District Heating Solution in Reykjavik

In 1973, a volcano erupted on the island of Vestmannaeyjar, spreading lava over half the town. Sveinbjörn Jansson from Reykjavik came up with the idea of utilising the heat from the lava for space heating, creating the world’s first and only volcanic district heating system. By 1988, the heat from the lava had reduced, making it necessary to find alternative energy sources for residential heating.

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