Engineering 9 ACHEs for a Complex O&G Project in Kazakhstan

2019-02-14T13:20:26+00:00

Products: Air Cooled Heat Exchangers (ACHE)
Industry: Oil & Gas
Location: Chinarevskoye Field, Kazakhstan

Boldrocchi designed, manufactured, inspected & tested nine (9) high performance air cooled heat exchangers (ACHE) solutions for a complex project in Kazakhstan and delivered all products in an impressive 11-months. The quick turnaround for Nostrum Oil & Gas’s Chinarevskoye field project occured despite several challenges: the ACHEs had to be light enough to be mounted […]

Engineering 9 ACHEs for a Complex O&G Project in Kazakhstan2019-02-14T13:20:26+00:00

The Highest Capacity Transformer Coolers Ever Realized for an Aluminum Smelter in Canada

2019-02-14T13:21:06+00:00

Products: Heat Exchangers & Coolers, Electrical Machine Cooling
Industry: Iron, Steel & Non-Ferrous Metals
Location: Bécancours, Canada

Boldrocchi was the only company up to the challenge of engineering and manufacturing 10 enormous transformer coolers for an aluminum smelter in Quebec, Canada. Indeed, the 10 coolers had capacities of 800 kW each with very low oil operating temperatures and represent the highest capacity transformer coolers ever realized. Tamini, an Italian […]

The Highest Capacity Transformer Coolers Ever Realized for an Aluminum Smelter in Canada2019-02-14T13:21:06+00:00

Boldrocchi Customizes a Cooling System for a Large Motor at the World’s First LNG Plant to use Combined-Cycle Technology

2019-03-13T14:29:15+00:00

Products: Heat Exchangers & Coolers, Electrical Machine Cooling
Industry: Oil & Gas
Location: Darwin, Australia

Boldrocchi engineered and manufactured an air-to-water cooling system for a large motor at an LNG Project near Darwin, Australia. Boldrocchi designed & manufactured all parts of the cooling system with a power to dissipate of 600 Kw: the heat exchanger, tubes, fans, circulating pump & electrical devices. Our in-house facilities allowed us to undertake […]

Boldrocchi Customizes a Cooling System for a Large Motor at the World’s First LNG Plant to use Combined-Cycle Technology2019-03-13T14:29:15+00:00