The Heat is On 2022, Register Today!

Heat Exchanger World Americas is less than one month away! The largest North American heat transfer event will be taking place on November 16th & 17th at the Pasadena Convention Center in Pasadena Tx. The event will offer a platform for a diverse selection of heat exchanger OEMs, end users, fabricators, and vendors to present new innovative technologies and share information. It is safe to say the event will have something for all attendees, be they end users, tool manufacturers, or sealing professionals. If you work in heat transfer this is the event for you.

Connecting the Community


The expo will feature 60+ exhibitors ranging from OEMs, cleaning, repair & maintenance, sealing, and many more heat transfer, and heat transfer adjacent industries. There will be countless opportunities to network with the whole of the heat exchanger community.

The conference section will shed light on new technologies as well as contemporary pain points that are faced by those in the heat transfer industry. Industry professionals will have the opportunity to collaborate and share experiences with the goal of improving heat transfer equipment design, manufacturing, maintenance, safety, and efficiency for all.

With presentations by Lou Curcio, ExxonMobil, Tim Geodeker, Phillips 66 (formerly), Vice Chairman Naomi Jabbari, S&B Engineers & Constructors, and Chairman Scott Hamilton, Founder & CEO of Hex Technology, Heat Exchanger World features an unparalleled speaker roster to accompany its dynamic workshop sessions. This year’s topics include Design & Materials, New Technologies, TEMA API 660 & 661, and more.
Do Not Get Left in the Cold

No event is complete without a networking reception. 2022’s Heat Exchanger World Americas is shaping up to be one for the books! Following day one, attendees can expect a reception featuring live music by The Spazmatics, along with a cookoff featuring an open bar. This is not something you want to miss.

“Whether it be savings on heat exchanger costs, reliability improvements, maintenance, or networking opportunities that bring you to Heat Exchanger World, I am confident that there is something for every professional from hands-on demonstrations, technical presentations, panel discussions, and more,” said Chairman Scott Hamilton.

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