Heat Transfer Research, Inc. has opened the doors on a multi-million dollar facility.
The Research and Technology Center in Navasota had its grand opening ceremony Wednesday. A 15,000 square foot research bay, offices and training facilities are among the features of the center.
“We are proud to be the anchor tenant in The Business and Industrial Center at Navasota,” said Claudette D. Beyer, HTRI President and CEO in a press release, “and we look forward to many years of a productive partnership with the city and Grimes County as we continue our mission of providing nearly 800 companies throughout the world with heat transfer research data, software, training, and contract services.”
HTRI is celebrating 45 years in business. Celebrations are on-going in The Woodlands as part of a series of meetings there.
The group touts itself as the global leader in process heat transfer and heat exchanger technology, with its industrial research and development consortium serving nearly 800 corporate member sites.