HRS wins largest ever heat exchanger order

HRS Heat Exchangers, a leading global provider of efficient heat transfer solutions, has won its largest ever component order, valued at $3.8 million.

The heat exchangers, for a North American client, will form part of a major environmental project and are due for delivery in late 2024. They include a mixture of 6m and 10m long heat exchanger modules (384 in total), using almost 10km of tube, and the efficient corrugated tube technology that HRS is known for. Together the exchangers have 2,268 flanges and more than 18,000 nuts and bolts.

The units are being constructed at HRS Heat Exchangers’ global manufacturing facility in Murcia, Spain, and once complete the 126 tons of equipment will be transported in 18 shipping containers. The system includes various modules to perform a range of heating, cooling and heat recovery operations as part of a renewable energy project.

Matt Hale, International Sales & Marketing Director at HRS Heat Exchangers, comments: “This order recognizes the international teamwork which categorizes the HRS business model, from the local sales and engineering team in North America, to the designers and engineers at our base in Spain. Everyone has worked hard to devise a solution which meets the client’s challenging brief. This order, which follows on from the production of our largest ever evaporator last year, underlines our continued global growth.”

Located in the UK, HRS Heat Exchangers is part of the EIL Group (Exchanger Industries Limited) which operates at the forefront of thermal technology. HRS offers innovative heat transfer solutions worldwide across a diverse range of industries. With more than 40 years’ experience in the environmental and energy sectors, specializing in the design and manufacture of an extensive range of turnkey systems and components, incorporating our corrugated tubular and scraped surface heat exchanger technology, HRS products are compliant with global design and industry standards. HRS has a network of offices throughout the world: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, UK, Spain, USA, Malaysia and India; with manufacturing plants in India, Spain and Canada.