Shell and tube heat exchanger design advanced

- Jan 27, 2018-

In fact, during structural design, the design of shell and tube heat exchanger products should abide by the basic principle that using the least amount of material to achieve the best heat transfer effect, taking into account the pressure drop and heat transfer coefficient The best combination to ensure that the shell and tube heat exchanger with the smallest pressure drop to achieve the best heat transfer, so that users benefit more.


As a result of a unique design, so the shell and tube heat exchanger connection part to achieve a 100% connection, so that all the heat exchangers involved in heat exchange, without leaving any dead ends. And in the design process, but also the special use of the symmetrical design concept, which makes the heat exchanger structure more compact and reasonable, reducing the footprint.


In addition, the shell and tube heat exchanger also uses a special stainless steel welding process, so in the practical application process, the device has a strong high temperature and high pressure performance. Even soda heat exchanger, the heat transfer coefficient up to 14000w / m2 ℃. Not only that, the turbulent effect of the device is ideal, coupled with its small size and light weight, so whether it is installed or cleaning, are very convenient for the user.


To calculate, in fact, the use of shell and tube heat exchangers more economical. Under normal circumstances, it can be used for up to 12 years. Due to the flexible design, the equipment is also more widely used. Compared to other traditional heat exchangers, its compact size, structural design and reasonable, and can significantly improve the heat transfer coefficient, to ensure heat transfer.


In addition, the user can use the shell and tube heat exchanger in the process, you can also automatically flush the fluid pipeline, thereby reducing the probability of blockage. The shell and tube heat exchanger also has a certain buffering effect on the fluid, which can keep the noise in the lower range.