Duratherm HTO Heat Transfer Fluid: Reduce Costs Without Sacrificing Performance

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New low-cost fluid shares features same technology as Duratherm's line of premium heat transfer fluids.

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With companies struggling now more than ever we felt the time was right to develop a low cost yet high performance option.

In today's economic climate, operational costs are coming under tighter scrutiny at many companies. Duratherm Extended Life Fluids has developed a new low-cost heat transfer fluid to help quell these concerns. But unlike competitive fluids in its class, Duratherm HTO shares the same additive technology that made Duratherm's line of premium fluids successful in the marketplace.

"Heat transfer fluids are a necessity in so many industries and Duratherm is sensitive to their costs," said Michael Bates, Technical Director of Duratherm Extended Life Fluids.

"With companies struggling now more than ever we felt the time was right to develop a low cost yet high performance option."

Duratherm says its new Duratherm HTO heat transfer fluid contains a light dose of its proprietary additive system which differentiates it from most competitors in the segment of low cost "hot oils."

For industries such as asphalt, rubber, paint and laundries, Duratherm HTO represents a step forward . It offers these users a fluid that matches their current price points while offering a cleaner and longer service life - a win-win for both the user and Duratherm.

Duratherm HTO's low pour point, high flashpoint and thermal efficiency makes it ideal for any application seeking a cost effective yet long lasting, high performance heat transfer fluid.

For over 25 years, Duratherm Extended Life Fluids has been servicing the heat transfer fluid industry worldwide with quality, effective and innovative products ranging from heat transfer fluid and related products, to thermal oils, thermic fluids and specialized lubricants. Working closely with equipment manufacturers and their customers, they have an intimate and unrivaled understanding of real world concerns for heat transfer fluids, including pioneering the development and use of system cleaners as a maintenance tool.


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