Air-cooled heat exchangers are commonly known as air coolers, air-cooled radiators, and air-cooled oil coolers. They are used in a wide range of applications, including hydraulic systems, lubrication systems, transmission oil systems, electric power cooling systems, and marine oils. Pressure system, vehicle oil pressure system, engine water tank and other fluid cooling systems.
Regarding the material of the air-cooled heat exchanger, the general customer uses more stainless steel. The working environment is generally divided into dry burning and liquid heating. If it is dry burning, such as for oven, the air-cooled heat exchanger can be made of carbon steel or stainless steel. If it is heated, if it is water, use stainless steel electric heating tube. This stainless steel is generally made of stainless steel. If it is oil, it can be made of carbon steel or stainless steel. If it is a weak acid alkaline liquid, it can be made of stainless steel. If there is strong acid in the liquid, stainless steel, Teflon or even titanium tube should be used.
The setting of the air-cooled heat exchanger power is mainly the dry-burning electric heating pipe and the liquid heating, and the shape of the heating pipe is also selected according to the customer's electric heating equipment. The shape of the stainless steel heating tube is ever-changing. The simple one is a straight rod, and the U-shaped shape is changed to a special shape. The specific shape of the electric heating tube is adopted.
Generally, the wall thickness of the air-cooled heat exchanger is 0.8mm, but according to the working environment of the heating pipe, for example, when the water pressure is large, it is necessary to use a seamless stainless steel pipe with a thick wall thickness to make the air-cooled heat exchanger. . The wall thickness of the air-cooled heat exchanger should be inferred according to the specific conditions before the wall thickness can be inferred.