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New Partnership with Kelvion Limited

As successor to the GEA Heat Exchangers Group, Kelvion Limited is a market leader in integrated heat transfer solutions. With a corporate history stretching back to 1920, the company is a known innovator in thermal engineering and a setter of technological standards.  The new name was introduced in 2015 and pays homage to Lord Kelvin who formulated the laws of thermodynamics and absolute units of temperatures are stated in kelvin in his honour.

Centrifuges Un-Limited specialise in heat transfer and mechanical separation solutions offering the design, manufacture, installation and maintenance of bespoke systems.  The company’s heat transfer division specialises in mud cooling for high pressure high temperature (HPHT) drilling fluid management programmes, with mud temperature control systems rented and sold worldwide.  The mechanical separation division specialises in diesel fuel cleaning, oily water separation and the ELVOS® slop treatment solutions for platform decommissioning, rig drains treatment, well testing activities and well completions.  From premises in the UK and Dubai, Centrifuges Un-Limited works with major operators, drilling contractors, petrochemical and waste management companies.  The company has a global footprint as a market leader in the sale, service, maintenance and upgrade of client-owned equipment as well as customer training.

The synergies which exist between our companies make them ideally suited to work together to offer current and potential customers the best possible experience in sales, replacement products, spare parts, retrofit, training, service and refurbishment.  As Kelvion’s only UK-based certified partner to the drilling sector of the oil and gas industry, Centrifuges Un-Limited will play a key role in expanding Kelvion’s audience in the areas of plate heat exchangers, shell and tube, dry air coolers and refrigeration.  We hope you will agree that pooling knowledge and resources in this way brings benefits for all concerned.
 

 

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