|Liquid Flow Rate:||Max 50m3||Warranty:||1 Year|
|Condition:||New||Structure:||Tube Heat Exchanger|
|Voltage:||220/380/440V||Diameter Of Heating Pipe:||19mm - 325mm|
|Design Pressure:||Less Than 10Mpa||Heat Exchanging Area:||Up To 6000 Square Meters|
|Maximum Working Pressure:||10.0 MPa||Dimension(l*w*h):||Customized|
carbon steel heat exchanger,
industrial shell and tube heat exchanger
OEM &ODM Service ASME certified Air/ Water Titanium Tube Heat Exchanger
Heat exchangers are devices that transfer energy, in the form of heat, from one working fluid to the next, whether that be solids, liquids, or gases. These devices are essential for refrigeration, power generation, HVAC, and more, and come in many shapes and sizes that can both introduce heat or remove it.
Shell and tube heat exchangers are, simply put, a device that puts two working fluids in thermal contact using tubes housed within an outer cylindrical shell. These two integral pathways are usually built out of thermally conductive metals that allow easy heat transfer (steel, aluminum alloys, etc.). The tubes carry a fluid from their inlet to their outlet (the tube-side flow), while the shell passes a separate fluid over these tubes (the shell-side flow). The number of tubes, known as the tube bundle will dictate how much surface area is exposed to the shell-side flow, and therefore determines how much heat is transferred. These devices are among the most effective means of exchanging heat, as they are easily built, maintained, are compact, and provide excellent heat transfer. They are widely distributed in industry, being useful for condensers, turbine coolers, evaporators, feed water preheating, and much more.
How does tube heat exchanger work?
The above diagram shows two inlets and two outlets, where each fluid starts at their respective inlet and exits the device at their outlets. The tube-side flow passes through the tube bundle (secured by metal plates known as tubesheets or tubeplates) and exits the tube outlet. Similarly, the shell-side flow starts at the shell inlet, passes over theses tubes, and exits at the shell outlet. The headers on either side of the tube bundle create reservoirs for the tube-side flow and can be split into sections according to specific heat exchanger types.
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