Heat & Fluid Dynamics
Industrial use of steam, water and air is several hundred years old and during that time
a wealth of knowledge and experience has been built up. This knowledge is
partly available within your company but also partly specialized and difficult to access,
such as parts of thermodynamics and fluid flow dynamics.
And this specialism is still occasionally required,
for example for the design of adaptation of functionality. 'Suitable tools' are
essential for an effective outcome, without unnecessary extras.
Hendriks Engineering is a specialist in this field. We provide the conceptual design of adapting
installations to changed business conditions. We do this for utility installations such as steam boilers,
cooling towers, compressors, dryers, ovens and other installations as
you can see under the Project tab.
At such a project, we start off with an analyzes of your specific business situation
and together with you, we put the options side by side, with the business aspects quantified.
Then we will work with you and the equipment suppliers to achieve an
optimal design with the lowest integral costs.
Our approach has been working successfully for many years with
companies like DSM, Xella and Danisco. A list of projects can
be found elsewhere on this site. There you’ll also find our detailed services offer
with, among other things, our unique starting point: the first consultancy is always free
and without obligations. Please look around on our site and call or email us with any questions.
with the use of high-tech, update the performance of existing installations at low-cost,
is based on our passion:
tackle business issues with all knowledge and know-how, what takes place in that equipment
and how can we model it and control it,
and is inherently sustainable.
It is also possible, but ...
You may skip the conceptual design and seek advice from the original equipment supplier directly. But
they are focused on their own equipment; they do not burn their fingers to smart solutions in peripheral areas.
As a result, low-cost options often stay out of sight.