Thermal Chemistry offers specialist, independent chemistry and chemical engineering consultancy services to the thermal power, geothermal power and co-generation industries globally.
As experts in their field, Thermal Chemistry provides current, technically robust, and independent chemistry related services.
Thermal Chemistry provide key skills in the areas of:
Thermal Chemistry is a technical consultancy and does not sell any cycle chemistry or cooling water treatment chemicals or plant hardware.
Rio Tinto (Aus), Queensland Alumina Limited (Aus), HRST (USA), Energy Australia (Aus), Hydro Tasmania (Aus), Fonterra (NZ), Contact Energy (NZ), Genesis Energy (NZ), United Group Limited (NZ & Aus), AETV (Aus), Geodynamics (Aus), PB Power (NZ), Aurecon (NZ), Mckay Sugar Limited (Aus), Combined Cycle Journal (USA), Power and Water Corporation (Aus), NewGen (Aus), Aurecon (NZ), Electrical Power Research Institute (USA), Xcell Energy (USA), NSW Sugar (Aus), Swan (Switzerland), Samsung Engineering (Korea), AES (Philippines), Avestronics (Philippines), TeamEnergy (Philippines), AGL (Australia), Malakoff (Malaysia), Millmerran Operating Company (Aus), TWPS (Aus), Power Generating and Engineering Services Company (Egypt)
With extensive experience in the thermal, geothermal power and co-generation industries, Thermal Chemistry has conducted numerous extensive site cycle chemistry reviews, audits and benchmarking studies at plants in New Zealand, Australia, Asia, Africa and the USA.READ MORE
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