Kelvion

"Experts in Heat Exchange"

Separator Spares & Equipment, LLC is the National Authorized Kelvion Marine Distributor (formerly GEA Heat Exchanger) for sales and service, of all maritime customers, inside the United States, including all U.S. territories and possessions. 
 
Kelvion Heat Exchanger
 
Separator Spares & Equipment offers the following Kelvion engineered solutions: 

Kelvion Subsidiaries

  • Kelvion Inc. / PHE (formerly GEA Heat Exchangers, Inc. / PHE Division)
  • Kelvion Inc. / Thermal Solutions (formerly GEA Heat Exchangers, Inc / GEA Rainey Solutions)
  • Kelvion Ltd. / Refrigeration (formerly GEA Heat Exchangers Ltd. / GEA Searle Systems)
  • Kelvion Machine Cooling B.V. (formerly GEA Bloksma B.V.)
  • Kelvion Machine Cooling GmbH (formerly GEA Maschinenkühltechnik GmbH)
  • Kelvion Machine Cooling Sp. z o.o. (formerly GEA Polska Spółka z o.o.)
  • Kelvion Radiator GmbH (formerly GEA NEMA Wärmetauscher GmbH)
  • Kelvion Refrigeration GmbH (formerly GEA Küba GmbH)

History of Kelvion 

  • 1856   Eduard Ahlborn founds a farm equipment company in Hildesheim, south of
               Hannover, Germany
  • 1930   Ahlborn Company develops first Gasketed Plate Heat Exchangers for milk pasteurization
  • 1979   GEA acquires the company, which becomes GEA Ahlborn
  • 1995   GEA Ecoflex is spun off from GEA Ahlborn to focus on gasketed PHEs;
               GEA acquires TAU Energy Products, which becomes GEA Ecobraze for production of
               brazed PHEs
  • 1998   GEA Ecoflex USA opens sales office in Louisville, Kentucky
  • 2001   Introduction of industry-leading NT Series gasketed PHE
  • 2004   WTT joins GEA, becomes GEA WTT, to focus on brazed PHE manufacture.
  • 2005   FlatPlate & WTT America join GEA to provide USA manufacturing & sales support
               for brazed PHEs.
  • 2007   GEA PHE Systems North America begins production in York, Pennsylvania of brazed PHEs
               and gasketed PHEs in the world’s most modern facility for PHE production.
  • 2008   GEA aquires ViEX in Ontario, Canada, production for GEABloc
  • 2012   First GEABloc welded in PHE manufactured in York, Pa facility received by customer
  • 2013   GEA Group announced sell of one of six divisions, the Heat Exchanger (HX) segment
  • 2014   Triton acquired all GEA Heat Exchangers (HX) shares
  • 2015   GEA Heat Exchangers becomes Kelvion.  The name Kelvion pays homage to
               Lord Kelvin (1824-1907).   Lord Kelvin formulated the laws of thermodynamics and absolute
               units of temperature are stated in kelvin, in his honor.