We wanted our site to be greater than a site about Solex alone
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Calgary, AB (Vocus) November 2, 2010
Solex Thermal Science’s new web site is as innovative as the company’s cooling and heating technology. It incorporates best practices for user-friendly navigation to provide a wealth of valuable information about heating and cooling bulk solids. Solex understands consumers around the world increasingly turn to the Internet for research, and its site delivers detailed knowledge useful to both existing and prospective clients. It’s the first of its kind. No other industry site comes close to incorporating the breadth of resources Solex provides.
The new web site is filled with rich data, technology video explanations and technical articles that help users better understand the science behind bulks solids heat exchange. The specific processes for cooling and heating chemicals, fertilizers, polymers, sugars and more are clearly explained. Users can learn about products, lab testing and the latest industry developments. And knowledge is delivered using a combination of multimedia to facilitate understanding. The Solex site essentially offers the bulk solids industry a single destination for obtaining pertinent information.
“We wanted our site to be greater than a site about Solex alone,” said Neville Jordison, president of Solex. “We wanted it to be the place where clients and prospects could go to learn about heat exchange technology and how we’ve innovated it.”
To experience the innovation, visit http://www.solexthermal.com.
ABOUT SOLEX THERMAL SCIENCE
Solex Thermal Science Inc. focuses its mission on pushing the scientific envelop for heating, cooling and drying bulk solids with Solex patented technology. The company was first founded under the name Bulkflow Technologies in 1999, and later rebranded itself as Solex Thermal Science in 2010. Since its inception, Solex Thermal Science has installed more than 250 heat exchangers in more than 43 countries worldwide. The company’s revolutionary designs are specifically geared for use with free flowing bulk solids such as sugar, fertilizer, chemicals, plastics, biosolids, minerals, and many other types of granular, crystals and powders. Their signature feature is a reduction in energy use when heating, cooling or drying bulk solids. Solex technology also offers bulk solid facilities a number of other technological advances as well.
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