HRS Showcases Corrosion-Resistant Heat Exchangers manufacturing expertise at AMAI’s Two-Day Conference-Cum-Exhibition on Corrosion Challenges

[Ahmedabad, 14th March] — HRS, a renowned name in heat transfer solutions, proudly participated in the two-day Conference-Cum-Exhibition on “Corrosion Challenges and Advancement in Corrosion Combating Materials,” organized by the Alkali Manufacturers Association of India (AMAI). The event took place on March 14th and 15th, 2024, in Ahmedabad, Gujarat.

The alkali industry faces significant challenges related to corrosion, with products such as caustic soda, chlorine, and hydrochloric acid posing severe corrosive threats to equipment and components. To address this crucial issue, AMAI organized a platform for experts to share insights and discuss advancements in materials designed to combat corrosion effectively.

HRS, known for its expertise in manufacturing energy-efficient heat exchangers, showcased its innovative solutions crafted from exotic materials to mitigate corrosion risks. Nickel-based alloys, Hastelloys, high-temperature alloys, and corrosion-resistant alloys are among the materials commonly utilized in the alkali industry to combat corrosion.

At the exhibition, HRS highlighted its commitment to providing sustainable and reliable heat transfer solutions by presenting heat exchangers specifically designed to withstand corrosive environments. These corrosion-resistant heat exchangers not only ensure the long-term stable operation of equipment but also contribute to minimizing maintenance costs and downtime associated with corrosion-related issues.

Commenting on HRS’s participation, Mr. Naresh Agarwal, VP Heat Exchanger business unit at HRS, said, “We are honored to have participated in AMAI’s Conference-Cum-Exhibition on Corrosion Challenges. Our showcased heat exchangers demonstrate our dedication to addressing industry-specific challenges and providing reliable solutions that enhance operational efficiency and longevity.”

HRS’s presence at the event underscores its commitment to innovation and its role as a trusted partner in combating corrosion challenges in the alkali industry. As research and technology institutes continue to explore new materials and technologies, HRS remains at the forefront, leveraging its expertise to deliver cutting-edge solutions that meet the evolving needs of the industry.