Alfa Laval to supply heat exchangers at Middle East refining complex
The Alfa Laval Packinox heat exchangers will be included in a process to remove non-desirable substances, such as sulfur, from the feedstock at an integrated refining and petrochemical complex.
Alfa Laval has won an order to supply its Packinox
heat exchangers to an integrated refinery
complex in the
Middle East, the company confirmed on Monday.
The order, booked in the process industry segment, is worth
approximately SEK 65 million ($10 million). Delivery is
scheduled for 2014 and 2015.
heat exchangers will be included in a
process to remove non-desirable substances, such as sulfur,
from the feedstock
This order confirms the continuous investments in
energy-efficiency we see in the process industry," said Lars
Renström, CEO of the Alfa Laval Group. "Our
heat exchanger has a proven performance and
is a perfect fit for the demanding applications in the refinery
The Packinox heat exchanger can handle temperatures up to 550
degrees Celsius, can be up to 25 meters high and is more
compact than competing, traditional shell-and-tube technology
, according to company