Chemical fouling, biological fouling, deposition fouling and corrosion fouling: how to evaluate the fouling factor on heat exchangers preventing fouling on thermal transfer surfaces.
Technical measures to adopt in brazed plate heat exchangers working with steam, in order to ensure the proper and complete draining of condensate within the exchanger.
The selection of the size of hydraulic passages in plate heat exchangers is based on the application, from brazed plate exchangers to free-flow exchangers operating with dirty fluids.
Anti freeze resistances, exhaust steam piping or stopping the fans, a bunch of tricks to avoid water from freezing inside cooling towers during the cold season in extreme climate areas.
Energy saving and improved efficiency thanks to power consumption insights in utilities for temperature regulation, the advantages of condition monitoring in thermoregulating units.
Cooling towers on the market today are all equipped with everything to make them legionella-free, such as self-draining basins, absence of water stagnation and chemicals dosing systems for water treatment.
Correct design and installation of multi-pass plate heat exchangers in order to maximize the efficiency in heat recovery applications and ensure easy maintenance operations.
Energy saving in industrial thermoregulation, cooling and heating applications is a main driver in Tempco, looking forward to new condition monitoring and predictive maintenance services.
Significant cost savings thanks to reduced energy consumption and no maintenance costs with EC motors in retrofit on refrigerated counters, evaporators and chillers in supermarkets.
The fouling factor is an oversizing coefficient to evaluate during the design of heat exchangers, in order to ensure thermal transfer efficiency to always be at its best.