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Teralba turns up the heat with its latest range

27-04-2010
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Leading heat transfer company, Teralba Industries has upgraded equipment at its facility at Campbelltown, in southwest Sydney, to significantly increase production of its range of Dimpleflo Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers.

This includes production of 15m long heat exchangers with a shell diameter of 2m.

The company recently completed a Dimpleflo Shell & Tube Heat Exchanger with 400 x 50mmØ Dimpled high efficiency 316 stainless steel heat Transfer tubes, housed in a 1500 mmØ 304 stainless steel shell.

The expansion follows increased industry demand for the highly successful Australian owned and made, Dimpleflo Heat Exchanger developed more than 25 years ago. 

Teralba Industries provide full quality assurance and short lead-times for all Dimpleflo Heat Exchangers, if required.

Materials include carbon steels, austenitic stainless steels, duplex stainless steels and titanium.

An in-house Heat Transfer design team incorporates a wealth of knowledge across a board spectrum of industries throughout Australia, NZ and SE Asia.

Teralba Industries Pty Ltd
Ph: 02 4626 5000
www.teralba.com

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