HRS Heat Exchangers Ltd.
Founded in 1981, the HRS Group operates at the forefront of thermal technology, offering innovative and effective heat transfer products worldwide with a strong focus on managing energy efficiently. For 40 years, HRS products and systems have been used in such sectors as HEVAC, food manufacturing, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, the water and energy industries, Waste-to-Energy and environmental protection. Our heat exchangers fall into several categories: gasketed or brazed plate; shell and tube; corrugated tube; scraped surface; and others. We also produce rapid batch reactors, evaporators, calorifiers, and many other packaged units based around our heat exchanger products.
- Business Type:
- Industry Type:
- Geothermal Energy
- Market Focus:
- Globally (various continents)
- Year Founded:
- 10,000,000 - 100,000,000 €
This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
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Wastewater treatment technology doesn’t have to be new to be disruptiveAuthor: Matt Hale
There is no doubt that disruptive technologies have the power to transform sustainability in the water sector, but it is important to realise that a technology does not need to be new in order to be ...
Disruptive Technology for Water: Water ReuseAuthor: Matt Hale
In the second of four blog posts, Matt Hale, International Sales & Marketing Director at HRS Heat Exchangers looks at how the disruptive technology of water reuse can help solve the many ...
Disruptive Technology for Water: EnergyAuthor: Matt Hale
In his final blog on how disruptive technologies can overcome serious challenges faced by the water industry, Matt Hale, HRS Heat Exchangers’ International Sales & Marketing Director ...
New Juice Processing Solutions: from Concentrate to Bottle - Part 3Author: Matt Hale
Pumping The smooth and economical pumping of the juice through the system is another important consideration. The HRS BP Series is a purpose-designed, hydraulically operated, reciprocating, ...
Heat Exchangers Improve Petfood Meat Slurry Quality - Case Study
ChallengesThe client is a leading Australian supplier of poultry products, producing a range of butchered and prepared chicken products and therefore also generates waste in the form of trimmings and ...
HRS highlights importance of wastewater treatment at WEFTEC 2019Author: Matt Hale
HRS Heat Exchangers will highlight its extensive range of heat exchangers and treatment systems for wastewater and anaerobic digestion at the world’s largest annual water quality exhibition: WEFTEC, when it returns to Chicago, IL this September. In particular, HRS will address the prevention of fouling and how to maximise energy efficiency in water treatment heat exchange solutions. HRS’ products are used worldwide for a wide range of thermal processes including evaporation, pasteurisation, thermal...
Trial units facilitate correct evaporator choiceAuthor: Matt Hale
Evaporation is a widely used industrial process. From the concentration of food products, to waste treatment and sludge management, evaporators are employed for a number of processes across many different industries. Accordingly, a number of different technologies, including heat exchangers, are employed across a wide range of industries. As a result, it is not always easy to determine which options are the most suitable for a particular process, or even if a certain type of evaporator is feasible for a particular...
HRS showcase heat exchangers for wastewater treatment at Aquatech MexicoAuthor: Matt Hale
HRS Heat Exchangers will showcase highlights from its extensive range of heat exchangers and treatment systems for wastewater and anaerobic digestion at Aquatech Mexico in September, with a particular focus on energy efficiency and preventing equipment fouling. HRS’ heat exchangers are well established around the world in sectors including wastewater and sewage treatment, sludge pasteurisation and digestate management. HRS products are used for a wide range of thermal processes including evaporation,...
HRS Offers Remote Equipment MonitoringAuthor: Matt Hale
While many forward-thinking businesses had already embraced the concepts behind remote working, the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0, there is no doubt that Covid-19 has increased the speed of uptake in many sectors and shown the real benefits of this way of working to the most sceptical of observers. One feature which is increasingly being specified on HRS systems (such as pasteurisers, sterilisers, fillers and food processing systems) is the fitment of remote monitoring and telemetry systems. These...
HRS offers stand-alone Cleaning-in-Place (CIP) systemAuthor: Matt Hale
Maintaining hygienic, and in some cases sterile, production equipment is a key aspect of modern food processing, as well as the production of pharmaceuticals and other products. Cleaning-in-Place (CIP) is the standard technique to effectively and efficiently clean equipment which contains pipework, enclosed spaces and small apertures in situ.
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