Plate heat exchangers ensure the cooling of wort in brewing before it enters the fermentation process, a crucial step in beer production with different temperature levels depending on the kind of yeast and beer to obtain.
High temperature brazed plate heat exchangers are a key component in systems using renewable sources such CO2 as natural gas for refrigeration and hydrogen for clean power generation with fuel cells technologies.
Videos and interactive 3D models of our Tempco monofluid thermoregulating units, here with steam heating circuit, often employed for temperature regulation of reactors in chemicals and pharmaceuticals production.
Plate heat exchangers for compressed air cooling of a production process compressor, provided for the enhancement of an industrial plant for the production of microprocessors.
Heat exchangers are widely employed in food and beverage industry, in special executions compliant with hygienic design and engineering to provide thermal treatments required to achieve high product quality and food safety.
ATEX certifications, anti-corrosion treatments and the selection of construction materials that cope with challenging and harsh working conditions of oil & gas indutrial plants can turn a simple plate heat exchanger into something very special.
Differences and employs of counter-flow and parallel-flow heat exchangers, high thermal transfer rates and temperature crossing with the first kind and more ‘soft’ cooling or heating with the other for delicate products in pharma and food processing.
Newly refurbished References section on Tempco’s website providing a wide and complete overview of thermal energy management and temperature regulation applications in all the industrial sectors served by Tempco.
Micro channel brazed plate heat exchangers employed in chillers allow to reduce the amount of refrigerants flowing within the exchanger, contributing to the reduction of emissions and greenhouse gases in industrial refrigeration.
Increase in pressure drop between inlet and outlet of the fluid and the decrease of temperature levels are the key parameter indicators to determine the right moment for preventive maintenance on heat exchangers.