Precise control increases process profit margins

Paul Boughton
It is common when choosing a temperature control system to make decisions by comparing manufacturer catalogue data; but this can be misleading as heating and cooling power specifications give very little indication of performance.
The primary role of a thermoregulator is to control and change the temperature of an application and this is dependent on the thermoregulators ability to transfer heat energy to the process. The efficiency of thermal energy transfer depends on the volume of heat transfer fluid, the surface area exposed to the heat transfer fluid and the flow rate of the fluid over the surface of the heat exchanger. Good temperature control is about efficient heat transfer to the application which results in smaller less expensive units, reduced resource consumption and increased process profit margins.
To demonstrate the benefit of effective heat transfer Huber produced a range of over 200 case studies showing the real-time performance of Unistats in combination with a range of reactors, providing valuable performance data when choosing the right system for the process.
When the priority is reproducible results and tight temperature control, thermodynamically there is no alternative.
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Peter Huber Kältemaschinenbau GmbH is based in Offenburg, Germany.

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