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.
Fluids mixing in plate heat exchangers can only occur if a plate brakes for corrosion or cracking, not due to gaskets breaking, due to double protection and leakage alert they ensure.
Fibreglass is highly employed by manufacturers of cooling towers, both for components and structural parts, ensuring oxidation and corrosion resistance in constant presence of water.
Real time condition monitoring, data-driven predictive maintenance, remote management and asset otpimization with the iTempco IoT platform for Thermoregulation 4.0.
Pitting and corrosion by chloride and acids concentrations under high temperatures levels can lead to plates perforation in plate heat exchangers.
Mechanical seal troubleshooting, wear, corrosion, breakages and deformation due to wrong installation or mismatching bewteen construction materials and pumped fluids.
Shell and tube heat exchangers in cogeneration plants for heat recovery applications on exhaust at high temperatures coming from endothermic engines.
Improper or scarse lubrication in mechanical seals, wear, friction and excessive heating. Troubleshooting and how to recognise various seal damages.
How to calculate the capacity of an expansion tank in heat transfer oil systems, crucial to avoid the pressurization over pressure design values of the plant.
Step by step commissioning of diathermic oil TREG thermoregulating units, slowly warming up the oil to completely eliminate air, moisture and water vapor from the hydraulic circuit.