Hexxcell | Heat Transfer - High Tech

© Hexxcell Ltd.  Registered in England and Wales. No. 07722826 | Registered Office: Hammersmith Foundry, 77 Fulham Palace Road, London, UK, W6 8JA | VAT Reg. No.: 165 4681 86

Predictive Analytics and

Prescriptive Maintenance for Industrial Heat Transfer Systems

We combine Artificial Intelligence (AI) with physics-based models and deep domain knowledge to the monitoring, design and maintenance of heat exchanger networks.

We deploy our proprietary digital technology to our global customers and deliver increased production, improved energy efficiency, reduced maintenance requirements and GHG emissions.

The power of thermo-hydraulic fouling predictions

Hexxcell Studio™ enables plant personnel, to predictively assess the thermal and hydraulic impact of fouling in heat exchangers, to devise mitigation strategies and optimally manage cleaning schedules and flow split operations.

 

The comprehensive software framework integrates solutions for monitoring, design and predictive maintenance of heat exchangers and their networks in a unified platform.

INDUSTRIES

ABOUT US

Hexxcell Ltd. is a spin-off company from Imperial College London, launched in 2013 to deliver technology and services to industry in the area of advanced heat transfer, in particular crude oil fouling.  

 

Hexxcell’s technology has been developed in several large scale multidisciplinary R&D projects in collaboration with oil majors and validated extensively on their refineries.

Hexxcell's clients include five of the top ten International Oil Companies.

SOLUTIONS

 

Hexxcell Ltd. offers a variety of services to the oil and gas and process industry. These include advanced heat exchanger monitoring and operations improvement, crude oil fouling testing services and much more. 

TECHNOLOGY

 

 Hexxcell’s proprietary technology, originally developed at Imperial College London, is powered by the state-of-the-art software Hexxcell Studio™ which enables the prediction of fouling in industrial heat exchangers.

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