MARLOTHERM heat-transfer fluids’ capability for indirect cooling and heating over wide temperature ranges makes them suitable for many different applications.The use of organic heat-transfer fluids is primarily keyed to process steps in the production of both chemical raw materials and high-quality finished products. The heat-transfer liquids are used to heat and to temper reactors of the widest variety of construction types. They also provide heat to distillation columns. Heat-transfer fluids can also be used for cooling strongly exothermal processes, such as those that occur in the synthesis of ethylene oxide, aniline or formaldehyde. They also can be used in waste-heat recovery circuits for increased energy efficiency.
Here you will find an overview of typical processes which make use of MARLOTHERM-type synthetic heat-transfer fluids: