AKK Industrieservice & Handels GmbH supplies gaskets and plates for Reheat plate heat exchangers. As a manufacturer-independent service company, we have specialised in the trade with spare parts for your plate heat exchanger as well as in the maintenance and repair of your Reheat plate heat exchanger. We would be pleased to make you an offer for electrochemical polishing, cleaning, testing and re-gasketing of the plates.
Reheat series and models
Reheat is part of Tranter. Today, plate heat exchangers are no longer manufactured under the Reheat brand. Tranter traces back to the automotive pioneer R.E. Olds, who founded a company in 1932 to manufacture eutectic plates for refrigerated vans. The company, with a factory based in Lansing, MI, USA, was bought five years later by J. R. Tranter. In the late 1940s, PLATECOIL® developed Prime Surface Heat Exchangers as immersion heaters or coolers and as replacement plates, integral or attached to process vessels. In 1967, the company acquired a plant in Wichita Falls, Texas, and added oilfield equipment to its product line. Tranter began moving from Lansing to this factory. In 1972, through a license agreement Tranter added SUPERCHANGER® gasketed plate heat exchangers to its line. By the mid 1980s, Tranter had relocated all production to Wichita Falls and concentrated production exclusively on the two plate heat exchanger lines. In the 1990s, Tranter’s vision became global with the acquisition of the Swedish Reheat and SWEP plate heat exchanger product lines and its representative network in Europe, Asia and Australia. Around the turn of the century, Tranter made a rapid journey towards global predominance in heat exchange technology. The company has made significant investments in research and development, innovative manufacturing processes, manufacturing capacity and acquisitions, adding product lines and geographical presence in the first decade of the new century. These include acquisitions of distributors in China and Poland, start-ups in Brazil, the Middle East and Russia. With the acquisition of the German plate manufacturer Pressko in 2008, not only a product line but also a “Welded Competence Center” was created. The technology and standards of the center were replicated in the USA, China and India and subsequently developed as a test bench for the verification of advanced manufacturing processes and equipment. Since 2005, Tranter has been part of the Alfa Laval Group as an independent brand and company.
UX, UFX and HX Series
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