HEAT TRANSFER FLUIDS FOR THE Pharmaceuticals INDUSTRY

Pharmaceuticals

Pharmaceutical production, engineering and processing facilities use heat transfer fluids for everything from research & development to design and manufacturing. Many of Duratherm’s thermal fluids are food grade compliant to safeguard your customers’ health. They offer precise temperature control, which helps you produce a higher quality product and improve customer satisfaction.

Engineers, chemists and lab technicians looking to maximize their production value and improve safety depend on the longevity and high flashpoint of our fluids.

Our heat transfer fluids are used in a number of varying applications in the pharmaceutical industry. Choosing the right one isn’t always a simple decision. We can help you find the right fluid based on your specialty and processes provide free troubleshooting and tech support, and offer a free fluid analysis. Contact us today.

Products for this industry

Duratherm HF-FG

A food grade heat transfer oil rated to 338°C, Duratherm HF-FG is specifically engineered for process heating and cooling applications that need the added safety of a high flash point. Economical and thermally stable, it meets USDA requirements for incidental food contact, is NSF registered HT1, and meets the requirements of 21 CFR 178.3570.

A food grade heat transfer oil rated to 640°F, Duratherm HF-FG is specifically engineered for process heating and cooling applications that need the added safety of a high flash point. Economical and thermally stable, it meets USDA requirements for incidental food contact, is NSF registered HT1, and meets the requirements of 21 CFR 178.3570.

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Duratherm HF

Engineered for its high flash point of 277°C with an operating limit of 338°C, Duratherm HF offers a solution to those customers requiring the additional margin of safety needed to meet their own internal safety standards or those of their insurance carrier or government regulators.

Engineered for its high flash point of 530°F with an operating limit of 640°F, Duratherm HF offers a solution to those customers requiring the additional margin of safety needed to meet their own internal safety standards or those of their insurance carrier or government regulators.

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Duratherm FG

Rated to 327°C, It has a strong resistance to fouling for extended service and is engineered and manufactured to comply with the demands of food grade applications. Meets USDA requirements for incidental food contact (H1), meets the requirements of 21 CFR 178.3570 and is registered with the NSF HT1.

Rated to 620°F, It has a strong resistance to fouling for extended service and is engineered and manufactured to comply with the demands of food grade applications. Meets USDA requirements for incidental food contact (H1), meets the requirements of 21 CFR 178.3570 and is registered with the NSF HT1.

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Duratherm 630

Rated to 333°C and engineered to be an economical and environmentally friendly replacement to chemical aromatic thermal fluids, Duratherm 630’s enhanced blend is designed to offer years of trouble free service and superior protection from oxidation even at higher operating temperatures.

Rated to 630°F and engineered to be an economical and environmentally friendly replacement to chemical aromatic thermal fluids, Duratherm 630’s enhanced blend is designed to offer years of trouble free service and superior protection from oxidation even at higher operating temperatures.

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Duratherm 450-FG

A food grade fluid rated to 233°C, Duratherm 450-FG is made for applications in the food industry that need both process heating and cooling. Cost effective and stable across a wide temperature range, it meets USDA’s standards for incidental food contact, is NSF registered as HT1, and meets the requirements of 21 CFR 178.3570.

A food grade fluid rated to 450°F, Duratherm 450-FG is made for applications in the food industry that need both process heating and cooling. Cost effective and stable across a wide temperature range, it meets USDA’s standards for incidental food contact, is NSF registered as HT1, and meets the requirements of 21 CFR 178.3570.

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