Pillow Plates can be used in all kinds of industries to cool or heat your product
Pharmaceutical companies and companies in the field of medical equipment are facing greater challenges than ever, due to the increasing pressure from healthcare. The global demand for innovative and affordable medicines continues to grow, but at the same time legislators, insurers, health care providers and patients want more value for money. They are asking for proven effectiveness of products, more transparency and access to data.
In order to meet all these requirements, pharmaceutical companies are looking for ways to work more efficiently and are putting high demands on their suppliers.
Proven methods to save on your energy costs
Our heat transfer solutions can play an important role in this market development. Whereas in the food industry it has been known for years that Pillow Plates and machines based on Pillow Plate technology can be cost saving in the production process, we see a large increase in pharmaceutical companies that use our heat exchangers. For example, a pharmaceutical, multi-million dollar company, chose to coat all tanks with Omega Pillow Plates, instead of the half-pipe construction used up till then. And our coolers are increasingly used in the sterilization process in the pharmaceutical industry.
Test together to produce safely
Pharmaceutical companies have a great responsibility to their customers. That's why our engineers understand that you will make a lot of deliberations. If you are going to apply our products, you want to see tests and receive all necessary certificates. Often in the pharmaceutical industry, different stainless steel materials are used. Before we manufacture with these special materials, you always receive a test first.
Do you want to have your vessels covered with Pillow Plates? Or are you considering purchasing an efficient Pillow Plate heat exchanger from Omega? Our engineers with years of experience are happy to tell you which solutions are possible for you.
Some examples of applications in the pharmaceutical industry: