Tranter technology to be implemented in US blue hydrogen project

Tranter has received an order to supply its heat exchangers to carbon capture application, set to be used in a blue hydrogen plant.

The order includes six large plate and frame heat exchangers in stainless steel and 254 SMO with EPDM gaskets, which will be used for heat recovery and vent condensers in the removal process of CO2 from a gas stream, carried out by absorption in a continuous process with regenerable solvents.

The heat exchangers were ordered by a major EPC contractor in gas processing, separation and liquefaction technologies. The engineering and procurement activities were done by its entity in India and the purchase order was managed by its headquarters in Germany.

The blue hydrogen project, located in Texas, the US, will supply hydrogen and nitrogen for the production of blue ammonia in the region and will provide clean hydrogen to companies in the US Gulf Coast aiming to decarbonise.

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