Fixed Tube Sheet Heat Exchanger0 out of 5
Materials Of Construction: Stainless Steel, Copper Alloys. Other material options as available.
Applications: Higher-pressure and Higher Temperature applications. It is used as a coolant for oil Hydraulic Fluid and oil in engines, Transmissions and hydraulic power packs. For heating or cooling oil, Water and chemical process fluids.
Advantages: Provides multi-tube-pass arrangements, Easy to cleaning and maintenance It has a Less cost than removable bundle heat exchangers, Provides maximum heat transfer surface per given shell and tube size. Ease of single tube replacement Provides multi-tube-pass arrangements.
Marine Heat Exchanger0 out of 5
The exchangers are the most common way to cool a boat’s engine, using the lake, river or ocean water in which the boat floats and also there are three methods employed for water-cooled marine petrol and diesel engines.
Parts: Mercruiser heat exchangers, Marine Water Pumps and other Marine Cooling Systems Parts
Applications: Gear Oil Coolers Fuel Coolers Hydraulic Oil Coolers Diesel Fuel Return Coolers Combination Coolers in Tandem Lube Oil Coolers
Advantages: The exchangers are very high efficient and best product. High Quality design with high heat transfer ability. The advantages and problem areas with different heat exchanger types and materials are discussed. Marine heat exchanger is its size, cost and ease of adapting existing cold water systems to hot. Researchers, over the years, have used a variety of heat exchanger types and materials. The application of heat exchangers to large scale marine aquaculture
Air Cooled Heat Exchanger0 out of 5
Nearly all heat exchangers proceed as a heat sink, everywhere they are fast dissipating heat interested in the air that was built up at a new location. Air cooled heat exchangers are used by following reasons : They enlarge plant good organization, they make not necessitate an supplementary water supply .
Types Of Construction: Our Constructions types are Vertical and horizontal type
Types By Design: Forced Draft Air cooled Heat Exchanger Induced Draft Air cooled Heat Exchanger
Types By Flow: Counter-Current Flow Air cooled Heat Exchanger Co-Current Flow Air cooled Heat Exchanger Cross – Current Flow Air cooled Heat Exchanger
Types By Header: Plug header Cover plate header Welded bonnet type header Manifold header Pipe headers
Sources: Motors Drives Fans Structural vibration
Applications: Process Coolers / Condensers Cooling Tower Fans Cooling Water Coolers Air Cooler Fans Air Cooled Heat Exchanger for Oil & Gas Production Gas Coolers Gas Compressor Inter / After Coolers Air Cooler Fans Air Cooled Heat Exchanger for Power generation Cooling Tower Fans Steam Condensers Seal / Lube Oil Cooler Closed-Loop Cooling Water Coolers Geothermal Plant Condensers Air Cooler Fans Turbine lube oil coolers Turbine intercoolers
Removable Tube Sheet Heat Exchanger0 out of 5
A Removable Tube Sheet heat exchanger is the most common type of heat exchanger in all Industries. Mostly used in higher-pressure and Higher Temperature applications.
Materials Of Construction: Stainless Steel, Copper Alloys and Other material options available.
Applications: Heating or cooling oil Compressor Systems Tube Removers Lube Oil Consoles Hydraulic Systems Stationary Engines Turbine, Marine Applications Paint Systems Air Dryers Vapor Recovery Systems
Advantages: Easy inspection or replacement Provides multi-tube-pass arrangements. Less costly Tube bundle can be cleaned manually or chemically Provides maximum heat transfer surface per given shell and tube size. Accommodates high temperature differentials
Flue Gas Air Preheater0 out of 5
Types: Tubular Type Regenerative Air Preheater Rotating Plate Regenerative Air Preheater Stationary Plate Regenerative Air Preheater
Applications: This type of air preheaters are a bit more straightforward in their design. They frequently seem to be large and boxy, and be able to take up a lot of space when compared with rotary air pre heaters.