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HRS Heat Exchangers (US)

840 Kennesaw Avenue NW Ste 1
Marietta, GA
US, 30080

Based out of the UK, with locations in Phoenix and Atlanta, HRS Heat Exchangers operates at the forefront of thermal technology, offering innovative and effective heat transfer solutions worldwide, across a diverse range of industries. With over 35 years' experience, we specialize in the design and manufacture of an extensive range of tubular, corrugated and scraped surface heat exchangers. All our products comply with global standards. HRS has a network of offices throughout the world: Spain, USA, Malaysia, Australia and India; with manufacturing plants in the UK, India and Spain.

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