Tuesday, 22nd May 2018

Solving corrosion with science is the focus of Sandvik at ACHEMA 2018

Sandvik

ACHEMA 2018

11 - 15 June

Messe Frankfurt

Stand C53, Hall 9 9.2

Sandvik is exhibiting at ACHEMA for the first time this year and along with the theme of ‘solving corrosion with science, together we can do it’ will be focusing on a range of products and services designed to combat corrosion problems in numerous applications.  

The company’s tube range will be featured at the exhibition and includes hydraulic and instrumentation (H&I), heat exchanger, fertilizer and high temperature products, such as Sandvik SAF 2707 HD™.  The high temperature range includes boiler, composite, ethylene finned, furnace and lance tubes. Additionally, muffle tubes, radiator, recuperator, reheater, superheater and thermocouple tubes complete the product offering.

Visitors to the Sandvik stand will also be able to benefit from the high level of technical knowledge and experience that is available from the team.  The company supports its customers across many sectors by helping with materials specification and selection to ensure the best possible result, as well as solving the many problems and challenges faced on a daily basis.  Applications include manufacturing processes, engineering, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, research and development.

Barinder Ghai, Regional Technical Marketing Manager, said: “We’re excited to be exhibiting at ACHEMA for the first time this year and to give visitors an opportunity to learn more about our products, and how we can work with them on material solutions to suit their applications and corrosion issues.      

“Over the years our experienced and knowledgeable sales and technical teams have solved literally thousands of problems for our customers across a range of applications and industrial sectors.  Corrosion continues to be an area where our team is called upon to help.  We believe that by working closely with our customers, a satisfactory solution can always be found to meet their requirements in terms of operational performance, reliability and efficiency.”


 

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