How Does A Heat Exchanger Work?
A heat exchanger system works to cool heated fluid by passing it through another, cooler fluid. However, these fluids do not come into direct contact. This allows for heat transfer without the fluids needing to mix together.
This aids in improving the energy efficiency of the systems by transferring heat away from systems that do not require it, to systems where it can be used usefully. This process ensures your system does not waste heat energy.
Common types of heat exchangers include both shell and tube heat exchangers and plate heat exchangers for a variety of applications and heat transfer solutions. Generally, there are a number of configurations of fluid flows, when inside the heat exchanger system, including parallel flow (same direction), counter flow, and cross flow.
Restoring Heat Exchangers.
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