Classification and characteristics of heat exchangers
The dividing wall heat exchanger is the most common in the heat exchanger market. Its main principle is to effectively separate multiple fluids at different temperatures to ensure that it can flow quickly in the dividing wall space. And using the interface function, through the heat conduction and convection methods, it is realized that a variety of different temperature fluids can complete heat exchange under certain conditions. The main structural forms of the partition wall heat exchanger mainly include jacket type, spray type, immersion type, plate type and shell-and-tube type. It is very extensive in terms of market sales and applications, and is currently the most widely used heat exchanger.
Introduction and classification of heat exchangers
It is suitable for heat exchangers with different media, different working conditions, different temperatures and different pressures, and the structure types are also different. The specific classification of heat exchangers is as follows:
Common problems and solutions of high-efficiency plate heat exchangers for low-temperature heating
A problem often encountered in actual heating is that the temperature of the primary water supply in some thermal stations is very low, even as low as 50℃ in extreme cases. At this time, the operation management party often increases the number of plates, increases the flow of circulating pumps, and connects in parallel. Emergency measures such as heat exchangers.