Heat exchanger, an apparatus that is very important for almost all the industries, is designed and fabricated especially for transferring heat from one source to another. It is used commonly in factories and industries to transfer the heat energy.Heat exchanger has two separate segments with a concrete wall between them. In one segment hot fluid flows and in another one cold fluid flows. Heat exchangers are set up in an interior combustion engine. Heat exchanger construction consists of plates, shells and tubes, adiabatic wheels, pillow plates or plate fins. The most commonly used heat exchanger is the shell & tube device or a flat plate device.
Shell & Tube heat exchangers are used typically in those applications where large fluid amount needs to be cooled or heated. The design being very simple, the shell & tube heat exchangers render a large area to transfer the heat efficiently.
Almost all the home appliances or the appliances used by the people every day has a heat exchanger installed inside it. Heat exchanger plays a vital role in all of these appliances. For example, air conditioners and automobiles have heat exchanger tubes that keep them from overheating. Various industry applications like refrigeration, chemical plants, power plants, sewage treatment, petroleum refineries, space heating and various other industries make use of these heat exchanger fuel injection tubes.
Though a new heat can be generated into each processing part of an apparatus by using one more external source of heat, but this process may incur heavy expenditure and may not increase the efficiency. Hence, to increase the efficiency and save a pretty good amount of funds and environment, various industries uses heat exchanger tubes for siphoning the thrown away heat from 1 processing part to another.
The very simple framework of fuel injection tubes makes them an ideal cooling option for numerous applications. These tubes efficiently cool the hydraulic oils and fluids in the engine, hydraulic power-pack and transmissions. Another significance of heat exchanger tubes in various industries is that the servicing of these tubes is very easy and you can get the servicing done anytime.
If any industry is using some other method for transferring the heat, then there may be some fluid contamination in the apparatus or may be the temperature drop down resulting in changes in the PH level of fluids. These problems can lead to minor to major flaws in the apparatus, unexpected breakdown, and loss of revenue. Hence, it is always wise to use shell & tube heat exchangers to eliminate the above mentioned issues.
Whenever a company is manufacturing the heat exchanger tubes, then they pay high attention on its wall thickness, diameter, eccentricity, length, etc. Hence, there can be no error in the machinery while they are functioning.
The heat exchanger tubes are available in two types – Heat Exchanger with U-Tube and Heat Exchanger with Straight Tube. Let us first talk about the significance of the former one. As the name specifies, this heat exchanger has tubes in the shape of a U. In the latter one, straight tubes are used. Despite of being different in design, both the types of heat exchangers serve the same purpose, i.e. cool, heat or re heat air, fluids or gases.
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