Category: Cooling

Thermal machines and the Four fingers rule

In addition to the Five fingers rule for heat exchangers, there is also a Four fingers rule that refers to the four parameters required for the proper design and sizing of thermal machines such as dry coolers, chillers or evaporative towers.

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Third line of carbon ceramic brakes furnaces cooling

Third line for the cooling of furnaces employed for the treatment of carbon ceramic brakes, using tower water and exchangers and a redundant security system aimed at always ensuring the availability of the cooling of both the furnaces and the discs brakes batch.

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Five fingers rule and heat exchangers

The Five fingers rule when designing and sizing heat exchangers provides the five main parameters we have to know that include the kind of fluid to be heated or cooled and the working fluid, their flow rate and inlet and outlet temperatures involved.

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Tempco TREG HCE monofluid thermoregulation in 3D model

Video animation and interactive 3D model of the TREG HCE Tempco thermoregulating units, in monofluid cooling mode, showing the circuits of fluids and allowing to freely navigate in high resolution the construction details of these units.

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Hot and cold extremes in automotive test bench

TREG thermoregulating units with power consumption adjustment for energy saving combined with chillers for temperature regulation in a wide range, from -15° C to +130° C, in test bench for automotive components.

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Refrigerators, PLC and inverter in precious metals refinery

Refrigerators and pumping circuit equipped with PLC for temperature regulation and flow rates control and inverter for energy saving, in cooling of the production process in a precious metals refinery plant.

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Cooling, chiller and heat exchangers in hybrid yachts

Chillers and plate heat exchangers provide the cooling and dissipation of great amount of heat generated by electric engines and power inverters employed on hybrid yachts and ships that represent an alternative green solution in the maritime powertrain.

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