Today Sterling TT is the preferred heat exchanger supplier in many of our target markets. We maintain a programme of continual investment in product innovation, manufacturing plant, design software and staff training.
We’ve demonstrated our ability to solve the most complex challenges across all industry sectors; from power generation, oil and gas to chemical, pharmaceuticals and food & beverage, through to marine, defence and rail & transportation.
Based in the UK but operating globally, we have two modern and well-equipped heat exchanger factories in Aylesbury and Birmingham. Read more about our history and our facilities below:
We customise heat exchangers to meet your requirements. Let’s start a conversation today and you can discover the right equipment for your company.
Both of our manufacturing sites (in Aylesbury and Birmingham) are certified ISO 9001:2015. We ensure you get consistent, good quality products and services.
Our design department works to:
‘Read more about the heat exchanger standards that we are familiar with.
For both design verification and final inspection, we regularly work hand in hand with third-party inspection authorities such as Lloyds Register, BSI, DNV (Norway), BV (UK), ABS (US) and NKK (Japan).
When it comes to Research and Development, we have an inclination to think differently and a mission to challenge the status quo to ensure our products are:
We connect at different levels with R&D Institutions, Universities, EPCs, Technology (Process) providers and end-users, sharing similar values and beliefs and building long-lasting relationships. We are also committed to working closely with our clients to improve, innovate or adapt our heat exchangers to meet evolving needs and demanding operating conditions.
As a result, we have designed and manufactured heat exchangers, which meet harsh design conditions. This includes high temperatures (over 600°C) and pressures (over 200 barG), and corrosion attack of aggressive fluids. We can also fulfil complex process requirements by chemical processing.
We use both advanced design tools – which include Ansys, Aspen, HTRI and Solidworks – and experimental work to produce industry-leading products. These include but are not limited to:
Our commercial, design, production and marketing teams also actively evaluate new applications for existing proven products, adapting them to suit specific markets.