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Kiowa, Colorado, United States of America
Heat Exchanger Services (HEX) is located in Kiowa, CO. We have been in business since 2004 and have extensive years of experience. HEX is equipped to clean all makes and models of flat plate, as well as, shell and tube heat exchangers.
Cape Coral, Florida, United States of America
"World Class Products, World Class Quality". Our primary objective is to make things work better. Better efficiency, longevity, durability, quality. Our heat transfer solutions are also designed to be cost effective, usually in the short term, certainly in the long term.
BUFFALO, NEW YORK, United States of America
API Heat Transfer has a heritage of more than 130 years designing and delivering world-class heat transfer products for nearly every industry application. With a market-focused approach and a global network of manufacturing facilities and regional sales offices throughout the world, we are ready to serve all of your heat transfer needs.
LANCASTER , PENNSYLVANIA, United States of America
Advanced Cooling Technologies, Inc. (ACT) is a premier thermal management solutions company. Started in 2003 as a R&D company, ACT has grown into a competent manufacturer of thermal management products for diverse industries and applications.
POOLE, DORSET, United Kingdom
Heatric have been manufacturing printed circuit heat exchangers for over 25 years. Over 2500 units have been commissioned on and offshore as well as on many of the world's fleets of FLNG, FSRU and FPSO vessels. Highly efficient and 85% smaller and lighter than other exchangers they bring significant savings as well as additional safety benefits.
Heat Exchangers Specialist (S) Pte Ltd (HES) provide engineering design & fabrication of heat exchangers, heat transfer equipment, pressure vessels as well as process pipings and process skid system packages.
Singapore , Singapore
BoilerMaster Pte Ltd provides its engineering services for the repair, maintenance, replacement and construction of boilers and heat transfer equipment to the marine, petrochemical, utilities, food and chemical process industries.
Frequently Asked Questions: Heat Exchangers
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Heat exchangers do not allow fluids involved to mix with each other, while mixing chambers permits mixing of the fluids. A car radiator is an example of the heat exchanger where heat is exchanged without mixing.
The manner in which process streams flow inside the heat exchanger decides a lot about the rate at which heat exchange happen. The different types of flow arrangement are parallel flow, counter flow and mixed flow.
To avoid fouling in heat exchangers, water streams in the plants are extensively treated and solid contents are removed before its circulation in the system.
For manufacturing heat exchangers, the data that is generally required are duty, corrected log mean-temperature difference, percent vaporized, pressure drop desired, and materials of construction.
Heat Exchangers incur huge investments in terms of cost and maintenance. Finding with a company with a good track record is very important for the successful execution of your projects. We help you in connecting with the top manufacturers of Heat Exchangers, and get the best quotation.
There are different types of heat exchangers in the industry. Some of them are Double-pipe exchanger, Shell and tube exchangers, Plate heat exchangers, Steam boilers, Boilers, Condensers and many others.
A Heat exchanger’s performance usually starts deteriorating with time due to the accumulation of deposits on heat transfer surfaces. The layer of deposits represents additional resistance to heat transfer and is accounted by the means of fouling factor.
Heat exchanger manufacturers must adhere to industry standards while constructing heat exchangers. TEMA, ASME, PED, CRN are some of the international standards followed around the world for manufacturing heat exchangers.
One of the most widely used methods to evaluate the performance of heat exchangers is the effectiveness–NTU (Number of Transfer Units) method. NTU method does not require the evaluation of the mean temperature differences.