BOSAL ECI @ Hannover Messe 2018, 23-27 april

BOSAL ECI at Hannover Messe 2018

BOSAL ECI wil be present @ the Hannover Messe

  • April 23-27 2018
  • Hall 27 “Hydrogen, fuel cells and batteries”
  • Stand C52/1 (near entrance West 2)

Technical Forum: “Fully laser welded high effectiveness (950°C) recuperator advantages compared to brazed”

  • When:                Tuesday april 24th 2018, 14:20hr
  • Where:               Technical forum, hall 27, stand C66         
  • Who:                  Dr. Ir. Jean-Paul Janssens, R&D BOSAL ECI

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Bosal ECI presents the latest heat exchanger design at the SOFC & SOEC forum in Luzern from 3-6 July 2018. 

At the Luzern SOFC & SOEC fair (3-6 July 2018) Bosal ECI presents it's latest modular design heat exchanger! 

(Source: Sören Thomsen / Carlson Rezidor)

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BOSAL Nederland B.V. successfully passed the PED 2014/68/EU audit for both it's high tech Energy Conversion recuperator as well as it's evaporator.

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Attend our presentations at the public & technical forum or visit our experts at the BOSAL-ECI stand at the Hannover Messe...

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