Electricfor Electric Heating Elements Present at Achema 2018 (23/04/2018)

From 11 to 15 June, Electricfor - manufacturer of industrial electric heating elements - will be present at Achema, one of the most important global forums specialising in chemical, process and biotechnological engineering, held in Frankfurt. To this end, and thanks to Electricfor's membership at Fluidex, it receives financial support from ICEX, and co-financing from the European ERDF and EU Funds.

Every three years, this trade fair considered as one of the largest in the world regarding industry processes captures the attention of more than 4,000 exhibitors coming from, at leat, 50 different countries. Achema becomes the perfect scene to present new products, processes and services to all the professionals.
It is possible to find laboratory equipment, pumps, analytical devices as well as packaging machinery, boilers and agitators directly related to security technology, materials and software. This way, the chemical, pharmaceutical and food industries needs are largely covered by these sectors.

In-line electric heaters

On the other hand, Electricfor, which will have its stand (A28) in Hall 6.1, is one of the exhibitors specialised in thermal processes, presenting its main line of products related to electrical heating elements and among which are laboratory heating elements, immersion heaters or preheaters.

The models that Electricfor will present at Achema will be custom-made in-line electric heaters, consisting of flange heaters installed in containers. This equipment is suitable for working with fluids at a temperature of 600 °C and a pressure of 300 bar.

Finally, it should be noted that the fair is accompanied by a conference in which more than 800 scientific conferences and numerous events that complement the wide range of themes of the exhibition are scheduled.

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Electricfor Electric Heating Elements Present at Achema 2018
Electricfor Electric Heating Elements Present at Achema 2018