Tranter’s project scope covers design, engineering, supply, and maintenance of several plate heat exchangers that will be installed on the topside facilities of FPSO units, where they will be used for various heating and cooling duties.
All plate heat exchangers have been customised to meet the high standards of the offshore oil and gas sector that place special demands on the equipment manufacturers. Tranter’s range of both gasketed and all-welded plate heat exchangers fits well with the requirements of the industry for highly efficient, compact, and high pressure and temperature plate heat exchangers. By utilising the features of Tranter’s gasketed, block, and shell and plate type plate heat exchangers, Tranter has the capabilities to bundle products and solve heat transfer problems for a wide variety of applications on the topsides.
“It is a privilege to be a part of a trusted process equipment manufacturer for the niche oil and gas industry. At the same time, it is immensely rewarding when we help customers execute their projects as efficiently as possible, to very tight deadlines, and to strict project requirements”, said Eldy Laiman, Sales Manager for Tranter South East Asia, who has been pivotal in Tranter’s project execution for these recent global projects.
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