The Thermpro range of heat transfer systems combines the features of the Dimpleflo and Teralba heat exchangers with a range of control equipment into a skid-mounted system.
Teralba Industries has released a range of plate heat exchangers designed for pasteurising and general cooling and heating of beverages, food, dairy, brewery and viscous products.
Exair’s vortex tubes claim to provide a low-cost, reliable, maintenance-free solution to a variety of industrial spot cooling problems. They also met the safety, health and environmental standards of the European Union in order to attain the CE mark.
Teralba Industries has developed temperature control systems to integrate with the Mueller Accu-Therm plate heat exchangers that the company produce in Australia under licence from US-based, Paul Mueller Co.
The lightweight and portable HRS series thermochillers are available in three cooling ranges at 1300, 1900 and 2300 W, in both air- and water-cooled models. Temperature stability is ±0.01°C through the range of process temperature requirements from 5 to 40°C.
Teralba Industries have released a miniature heat exchanger for the heating, sterilising or cooling of any fluid stream, liquid sample or pumpable product.
Teralba Industries has released a new deep dimple design for its Dimpleflo heat exchanger range.
Teralba Industries has expanded its refurbishment options for Spiraflo tubular heat exchangers. This includes S5.5 and S6, which were installed into many heat transfer systems and pasteurisers in the 1970s and 80s.
The Mueller Accu-Therm plate heat exchangers range has been expanded to include all stainless steel components, providing industry and manufacturers with the option of hygienic, maintenance-free heat exchangers.
The Mueller Accu-Therm range of plate heat exchangers has been expanded to include all stainless steel components, to provide industry and manufacturers throughout Australia and New Zealand with the option of hygienic, maintenance-free heat exchangers.
The 12 m long Dimpleflo Monotube Heat Exchanger uses significantly less welds, stainless steel fittings and 180° elbows than is required by traditional 6 m heat exchangers.