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Presented by
Luiza Esteves & Jonas Höwing


Corrosion Resistant Alloys for Heat Exchanger in the Chemical Process Industry

Heat exchangers are often one of the most important and widely used pieces of process equipment for the chemical process industry (CPI) to transfer heat from one fluid to another. These fluids can be corrosive, and proper material selection is critical to reduce failures, maintenance, and repair costs of the shell-and-tube exchangers. Join us to learn more about our materials and solutions for heat exchangers in chemical industries.

Luiza Esteves

Luiza Esteves is currently working as technical marketing engineer at Alleima with a focus on Chemical Process Industries (CPI).

In 2020, she worked at Intel supporting the Yield and Defect Characterization Engineering team. In 2019, she worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Akron in the Chemical, Biomolecular, and Corrosion Engineering department. She earned both a doctorate (2017) and master (2013) of Chemical Engineering with a concentration in Corrosion from the Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil.

She graduated in Chemistry from Universidade Federal de Alfenas (2010). During her Ph.D., she was a visiting scholar at the Fontana Corrosion Center (FCC), The Ohio State University (OSU).

Jonas Höwing

Jonas Höwing has a MSc and PhD in inorganic chemistry from Uppsala University, Sweden.

He has extensive experience working with material selection, failure analysis, remaining life assessment and corrosion studies at Alleima and other companies.

He now holds the position of Technical Marketing Specialist at Alleima Tube division, responsible for the EMEA Nordics region.