Exhaust gas heat exchanger
Exhaust gas heat exchanger product description
Plate heat exchanger is a new type of high efficiency heat exchanger which is made of a series of corrugated metal plates. A thin rectangular channel is formed between the plates, through which the heat exchange between liquid, liquid and vapor can be realized.
|0.8||Acid, alkali, salt, but not suitable for chlorine ion|
|RS-2||0.8||Sulfuric acid, nitric acid|
Main features of exhaust gas heat exchanger
1. High efficiency and energy saving: the heat transfer coefficient is 3000-4500kcal/m2℃* h, which is 3-5 times higher than the shell and tube heat exchanger.
2. Compact structure: the area and heat exchange area of plate heat exchanger is only 1/5 of that of shell and tube heat exchanger.
3. Easy to clean, assemble and disassemble.
4, long service life: plate heat exchanger with stainless steel or titanium alloy plate pressing, can resist a variety of corrosive media, rubber pad can be replaced at will.
5. Strong adaptability: plate heat exchanger is an independent plate component, can be added or subtracted according to the requirements, can be applied to a variety of different process requirements.
6, no liquid through: plate heat exchanger sealed groove with discharge channel, various media will not collude with each other.
Application of waste gas heat exchanger products:
A. refrigeration: used as condenser and evaporator.
B. HVAC: intermediate heat exchangers used with boilers, high-rise buildings, etc
C. Chemical industry: soda industry, ammonia synthesis, alcohol fermentation, resin synthesis cooling, etc
D. Metallurgy industry: aluminate base liquor heating or cooling, steelmaking process cooling, etc.
E. Mechanical industry: cooling of various quenching fluids, cooling of reducer lubricating oil.
F. Power industry: high voltage transformer oil cooling, generator bearing oil cooling, etc.
G. paper industry: bleaching process, heat recovery, heating and washing pulp.
H. Textile industry: viscose fiber alkaline solution cooling, nitrocellulose boiling cooling.
I. food industry: juice sterilization cooling, animal and vegetable oil heating cooling.
J. grease processing: soap is dried under normal pressure, and various processing fluids are heated or cooled.
K. Central heating: waste heat and bath water are heated in a thermal power plant.
L. Others: petroleum, pharmaceuticals, shipping, desalination and geothermal utilization.