Download this report to learn how companies like Total S.A. are tackling heat exchanger fouling to improve capacity and efficiency, while reducing energy costs and environmental impact.
Facing a squeeze on margins and pressure to reduce carbon emissions, most refiners must run as efficiently as possible. The drive for efficiency has led many to pay very close attention to a critical and growing problem – heat exchanger fouling — the build-up of dirt deposits on the metal surfaces of heat exchangers. Addressing heat exchanger fouling can achieve cleaner processing and significantly minimize production shutdowns, capital equipment expenditures, and maintenance costs. Not only can this reduce costs and improve efficiency, but it can also help meet energy cost and emissions reductions sustainability targets. Learn how.
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