Drilling fluid specialist Centrifuges Un-Limited teams up with Kelvion

Kay Wyrwich (left) Kelvion Limited Vice-President with Jim Shiach, Managing Director, Centrifuges Un-Limited.
Kay Wyrwich (left) Kelvion Limited Vice-President with Jim Shiach, Managing Director, Centrifuges Un-Limited.

Aberdeen-based oil and gas service company Centrifuges Un-Limited has forged a significant new alliance which will take its product and service portfolios to new markets.

The company has signed a distribution and service agreement with integrated heat transfer solutions specialist company, Kelvion Limited (formerly GEA Heat Exchangers). 

As Kelvion’s only UK-based certified partner to the drilling sector of the oil and gas industry, Centrifuges Un-Limited will play a key role in expanding Kelvion’s audience in the areas of plate heat exchangers, shell and tube, dry air coolers and refrigeration. 

Centrifuges Un-Limited specialises in mud cooling for high pressure high temperature (HPHT) drilling fluid management programmes, with mud temperature control systems

From premises in Aberdeen and Dubai, Centrifuges Un-Limited works with major operators, drilling contractors, marine, distillery/brewery, petrochemical and waste management companies. 

As successor to the GEA Heat Exchangers Group, Kelvion Limited has a corporate pedigree stretching back to 1920. The new company name was introduced in 2015 and pays homage to Lord Kelvin, who formulated the laws of thermodynamics and in honour of whom absolute units of temperatures are stated in degrees Kelvin.

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