heat 11 equips customer center of List AG
Founded in 1966, List AG develops efficient methods for the processing of viscous or sticky substances for the chemical industry which require much less or no solvent at all thanks to the specially invented kneading technology and thus are not only resource-saving but also especially economical. This is achieved by special kneading reactors by which List AG has successfully established itself as a global technology leader. The most important customers for List AG are the rubber and elastomer industry. For their demanding applications in the tire production innovative and reliable plants are designed.
The process heat needed for these plants is provided by an accompanying heat transfer plant. For a model and test plant which will be installed in their customer center currently under construction, List AG recently ordered a thermal oil plant from heat 11 consisting of an electric heater, several secondary loops for the thermaltechnical supply of the kneading reactor and an oil cooling loop besides required vessels and pumps.
"We are very pleased with the tremendous trust List AG placed in us by awarding this important contract!" said Dr. Andreas Glueck, managing partner of heat 11 at the Ebersbach location close to Stuttgart.
Images of the construction progress: http://tinyurl.com/oxthfar
heat 11 GmbH & Co. KG
heat 11 GmbH & Co. KG concentrates on the development, construction and production of environmentally-friendly systems and plants for industrial process heat, heat transfer and electrical power generation. The scope of service includes - from the high-quality advice, over the sales and the engineering to the turn-key installation and the service - the full range related to the enduring operation of the plants for national and international customers in industry, chemical and petrochemical industry and electrical power conversion.
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