What is a thermal engineer?

A thermal engineer is a role that involves designing solutions to remove unwanted heat from a process or maintain very specific thermal conditions within a process.

How are heat exchangers manufactured?

We interviewed Nic Zeoli, Engineering Director at Sterling Thermal Technology, to learn how heat exchangers are manufactured- from design and factory floor to delivery

What is the Renewables Obligation?

The Renewables Obligation (RO) is a scheme in the UK to support renewable energy on a large scale. But, the UK Government phases out the Renewables Obligation

How coolers keep nuclear power generators safe

Within nuclear power, heat exchangers are essential to maintain operating temperatures. They keep generators running efficiently and ensure nuclear power is able to generate affordable electricity.

Heat Exchanger Terminology Glossary

View Sterling TT’s glossary of heat exchanger terminology to discover definitions for all the industry’s jargon.

The challenges of cooling submarine generators and motors

Submarines are fantastic examples of human ingenuity, allowing for lengthy missions in a challenging environment. Underwater, you need to have confidence in your vessel. What and why some of the equipment needs cooling on a submarine?

What are the future sources of power generation?

It would be hard to imagine a world without power, but it is easy to forget that the convenience we rely on every day comes from sources that may one day run out or fail on us.