Plate Heat Exchanger Gaskets

The plate heat exchanger gaskets consists of a pack of corrugated metal plates with portholes for the passage of the two fluids between which heat transfer will take place. The plate heat exchanger pack is assembled between a fix frame plate and a movable pressure plate and compressed by tightening […]

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Mechanical Compressor Chillers

Mechanical Compression During the compression cycle, the refrigerant passes through four major components within the chiller: the evaporator, the compressor, the condenser, and a flow-metering device such as an expansion valve. The evaporator is the low-temperature (cooling) side of the system and the condenser is the high-temperature (heat-rejection) side of […]

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Industrial Chillers

Types of Industrial Chillers: A chiller is rated between one to 1000 tons of cooling energy.  There are three different types of chillers:(1) air, (2) water, and (3) evaporative condensed chiller.  There are four subcategories in each of the above categories for industrial chillers:  (1) reciprocating, (2) centrifugal, (3) screw […]

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Wet cooling tower

About Wet Cooling Towers: Quantitatively, the material balance around a wet, evaporative cooling tower system is governed by the operational variables of make-up flow and windage losses, draw-off rate, and the concentration cycles.These provide the water sprays to wet the fill. Uniform water distribution at the top of the fill […]

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Mechanical draft towers

About Mechanical draft towers : Mechanical draft towers are available in the following airflow arrangements: 1. Counter flows induced draft. 2. Counter flow forced draft. 3. Cross flow induced draft. In the counter flow induced draft design, hot water enters at the top, while the air is introduced at the […]

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Microchannel heat exchangers

Micro heat exchangers, Micro-scale heat exchangers, or microstructured heat exchangers are heat exchangers in which (at least one) fluid flows in lateral confinements with typical dimensions below 1 mm. The most typical such confinement are microchannels, which are channels with a hydraulic diameter below 1 mm. Microchannel heat exchangers can be made […]

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Liquid–Vapor Exchanger

About Liquid–Vapor Exchanger: Liquid–Vapor Exchanger typically steam is partially or fully condensed using cooling water, or water is heated with waste steam through direct contact in the exchanger. Noncondensables and residual steam and hot water are the outlet streams. Common examples are desuperheaters and open feedwater heaters (also known as […]

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Immiscible Fluid Exchanger

About Immiscible Fluid Exchanger: Two immiscible fluid exchanger streams are brought into direct contact. These fluids may be single-phase fluids, or they may involve condensation or vaporization. Condensation of organic vapors and oil vapors with water or air are typical examples. Cleanability – how easy the equipment is to clean. […]

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Storage Type Exchangers

ABOUT Storage Type Exchangers: In a storage type exchangers, both fluids flow alter-natively through the same flow passages, and hence heat transfer is intermittent. The heat transfer surface (or flow passages) is generally cellular in structure and is referred to as a matrix, or it is a permeable (porous) solid […]

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Plate Fin Heat Exchanger

Plate fin heat exchanger uses “sandwiched” passages containing fins to increase the effectiveness of the unit. The designs include crossflow and counterflow coupled with various fin configurations such as straight fins, offset fins and wavy fins. Plate and fin heat exchangers are usually made of aluminium alloys which provide higher […]

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