Tranter to supply heat exchangers for Texas-based blue hydrogen plant


Tranter Heat Exchangers (Tranter) has won a contract to supply six large plate and frame heat exchangers for a blue hydrogen plant that is currently under development in Texas, US.

The order was placed by an engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contractor and will see the delivery of six large plates and frames for heat exchangers.

After installation, the heat exchangers will be used to recover heat and vent condensers to remove CO2 from a gas stream.

The heat exchanges will play an integral role in the plant’s ability to supply both hydrogen and nitrogen to produce blue ammonia for companies based in the US Gulf Coast and, in turn, help to decarbonise operations.

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