The importance of logarithmic mean temperature difference for the selection and the calculation of heat exchangers, narrow temperature gaps between fluids require extended thermal transfer surfaces.
Titanium plate heat exchanger served by a chiller for soda solution cooling employed for separation and depuration of condenses in oil & gas and petrochemical plants.
Brazed plate heat exchangers with increased heat transfer efficiency for cooling and heat recovery in HVAC systems, heat pumps, renewable energy and electric vehicles.
Brazed plate heat exchangers are built with a copper or nickel welding process, the selection of the metals is referred to maximum working pressure levels allowed and the presence of corrosive fluids.
Dimple jacket exchangers immersed in the water sea of a seaport in the Italian Liguria region, in anti-corrosion chloride resistant material for the cooling/heating of water employed in heat pumps.
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.
Brazed plate heat exchangers in thermoregulating units specifically developed for the recovery and refining of precious metals, working on reactors with pressurized water at a constant temperature of 135° C.
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.
Swapping the primary and secondary circuit and reversing the flows in plate heat exchangers is usually possibile, with some exceptions. So that’s why it’s always better to ask for it in advance.
A refrigerator with a condenser/heater exchanger and an evaporator/cooler exchanger in reversible cycle at season’s change, that’s how a heat pump works providing both heating and conditioning.