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New Resource Puts Practical Answers in Reach for Companies in Gas and Oil Business


Microsite by Paratherm Answers Common Queries about Gas and Oil

KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. (PRWEB) July 27, 2018

Paratherm Heat Transfer Fluids, a division of Lubrizol, launched a new microsite this week for companies in the gas and oil business, The site provides practical guidance on seven kinds of fluids for heat transfer and dynamic fluid flow, which are essential for companies in gas and oil.

"The GO site is a centralized site to help and inform new and existing gas and oil customers of Paratherm's products, services and applications to determine synergies with our capabilities," said Dyron Liverman, Oil & Gas, Chemical Processing Sales Engineer at Paratherm. "Once you browse the site, you will see we are here to provide solutions."

For closed-loop heat transfer systems, choosing the right fluids takes some research. Paratherm's is an easy place to get started.

Focused Industries

The new microsite was created specifically for users in the Oil and Gas industries. The content is focused on processes as well as the precise hot-oils that best fit the applications and industry-related best practices. Paratherm products are stocked strategically for faster delivery; for emergencies, Paratherm has a 24/7 contact center.

Paratherm GO site is LIVE

Paratherm GO site is driven by customer feedback and is part of Paratherm's commitment to deliver the latest product updates in one convenient installation.

Founded in 1988, Paratherm is the worldwide leader in the heat transfer fluids industry. The company offers a wide range of products and services designed to help our customers keep their applications up and running, and to extend the life of their equipment.

Paratherm and Paratherm GO site are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Paratherm in the United States and/or other countries.

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