Fundamental Working and Purpose of Heat Exchanger
The heat exchanger is a system that helps transfer the heat into two or more fluids. Heat exchangers have their applications in both the heating and cooling processes. The fluids in the heat exchangers are kept separate with a solid wall in between them. One fluid's heat passes across the metal used to keep both of the fluids separate, and the heated metal then increases the other fluid's temperature. High turbulence, high fluid velocity, significant temperature differential, and high surface area; all these factors immensely contribute to efficient heat transfer. However, different designs can get tested for even better heat transfer, which prompted us to build Box Type Heat transfer that offers an improved heat transfer compared to the shell and tube type heat exchanger.
The manufacturing of Box Type Heat Exchanger includes state-of-the-art technology and compliance to international standards for manufacturing equipment. Experts check the heat exchanger's entire range on numerous parameters before dispatching it for the market's sales or sending it to the customer.
Here are some of its technical features:
Vapor loss ranges from 0.05% to 2% as per product
The flow rate remains 30% to 50%, depending on cooling media
Difference in temperatures T ranges from 2° C- 4° C as per product
The product's standard features include resistance against corrosion, surface finishing, and durability. To better understand this heat exchanger's versatility, let us compare it with other conventional heat exchangers.
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