Hydrogenated Terphenyl Chemistry Exhibits Durability,
High Temperature Capabilities
West Conshohocken, PA – USA – April 15, 2015
Paratherm recently introduced Paratherm HT Heat Transfer Fluid, which further expands the line’s temperature range for processing applications. The product is formulated for closed-loop liquid-phase heating to 650°F in fired hot-oil heaters and 675°F in waste-heat recovery and full convection heaters used in the gas processing, plastic and chemical production , waste-oil recovery and biodiesel industries.
Jim Oetinger, Paratherm director of technology, saw the opportunity and need for the new fluid based on market research. “Partially hydrogenated terphenyl based heat transfer fluids are nothing new; the chemistry is a proven performer. What our research told us is that there is a need for our core services – availability, fast shipment response and in-depth technical support – that is not being met by traditional suppliers.”
Founded in 1988, Paratherm has become a leading manufacturer of heat transfer fluids, system cleaners and other additive products. The firm offers a range of products (currently 10 fluids and three cleaners) covering temperatures from -148°F to +675°F. Paratherm serves a diverse number of industries including the chemical industry, food processing and plastics manufacturing.
Paratherm’s efforts have long been focused on their clients’ applications, systems and operations with expert assistance and quick turnaround being top priorities. Orders can be filled quickly and in urgent situations very quickly, because the company stocks product in half-a-dozen North American locations and internationally in Europe, South America and Asia.
Since December 2012, Paratherm has been a business of CPI, a division of The Lubrizol Corporation.
For information on Paratherm fluids for hot and cold process applications – contact Andy Andrews (Andyan@paratherm.com) at Paratherm, 31 Portland Road, West Conshohocken, PA 19428. +1 610-255-7910, (Fax 610-941-9191), firstname.lastname@example.org – www.paratherm.com.