18 May 2018

Did you know that your high pressure coolers may fall under the Australian Pressure Vessel Legislation? At Allied Heat Transfer we have in house accredited Pressure Vessel Inspectors and Engineers that will assist you in determining the legislative requirements applicable to your in service coolers and how to meet them. Analysis of the application will […]

13 Aug 2015
BHP needed a company that could design and manufacture a cooling system capable of rejecting its heat load but fit within in a specified space and have an operating noise level of no more than 80 bB(A) at 1m. Allied Heat Transfer were contracted by BHP to manufacture the Air Cooled Heat Exchanger which subsequent [...]
06 Jul 2014
We would like to congratulate Simon England for passing the AICIP (Australian Institute for the Certification of Inspection Personnel) In-Service Inspector exams. He is now qualified as an inspector of pressure equipment in accordance with “AS/NZS 4481 Pressure equipment - Competencies of inspectors” and “AS/NZS 3788 Pressure equipment - In-service inspection”. This qualification recognises his [...]
01 Nov 2013
WA-based Allied Heat Transfer has expanded its ability to analyse heat exchangers and cooling systems while the equipment is still in service, providing significant benefits for its customers. The NATA-accredited company uses a variety of test equipment to map the actual operating conditions of an installation, and Heat Transfer Research (HTRI) software for the analysis. [...]