Why thermal fluid choice is important in pharmaceutical applications

Here Clive Jones, Managing Director of thermal fluid supplier, Global Heat Transfer, discusses the key considerations when choosing heat transfer fluids for pharmaceutical processes

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Accelerating the shift to remote support

Is it time thermal fluid systems joined the fourth industrial revolution?

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Accelerating the shift to remote support

While sampling will still be an important part of maintenance, bringing thermal fluid management into the fourth industrial revolution can greatly benefit productivity, particularly as remote working and virtual communication becomes the norm.

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Accelerating the shift to remote support

Is it time thermal fluid systems joined the fourth industrial revolution?

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Accelerating the shift to remote support

The first company to provide remote consultations with doctors launched in 2013. Fast forward to 2020, and the pandemic has meant the entire NHS has switched to remote consultations. In industry, advances in sensor technology and manufacturing software have seen remote monitoring become more prominent. But will maintenance professionals, like doctors, be able diagnose problems online? Here, Clive Jones managing director of thermal fluid supplier Global Heat Transfer, discusses whether the pandemic could kickstart the digital revolution of thermal fluid monitoring.

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Accelerating the shift to remote support: Is it time thermal fluid systems joined the fourth industrial revolution?

Because thermal fluids degrade over time, regular thermal fluid analysis is a vital part of maintenance in facilities that use heat transfer systems. Traditionally, carrying out sampling, analysis and maintenance requires on-site support from a thermal fluid expert, who is usually a third-party. As manufacturing facilities implement new procedures to meet social distancing recommendations, it could become more difficult for external engineers to regularly visit sites.

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CHOOSING THE OPTIMAL THERMAL FLUID FOR PLASTICS MOULDING

Manufacturers may use different methods to create and mould these products but there will always be one constant — heat. If the heating solution isn’t efficient, productivity and quality will suffer. 

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The importance of transfer fluid to solar success

With increased focus on solar for energy, it’s essential to pay attention to heat transfer fluid in order to protect the lifespan of assets and ensure a proper return on investment, advises Global Heat Transfer’s Clive Jones…

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How to avoid thermal oil freezing

The consequences of a thermal oil freezing can be both damaging and costly in any application. Frozen thermal oils mean that heat can’t be brought to temperature at the appropriate point in the application, resulting in downtime, lost production and potentially lost customers.

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How to avoid thermal oil freezing

The consequences of a thermal oil freezing can be both damaging and costly in any application. Frozen thermal oils mean that heat can’t be brought to temperature at the appropriate point in the application, resulting in downtime, lost production and potentially lost customers.

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