Heat exchangers have been serving different needs of different industries and making the process of manufacturing a whole lot easier and energy-efficient than it ever was.
You are not the only one looking for energy-saving solutions for your heating, cooling, condensing, mixing. And other needs for your industrial processes.
You may be setting up a new plant or looking for better alternatives to your existing heat exchanger system. Making the right choice could relieve you of one more stress. As a result, you could focus on other areas of productions.
The common problems faces might include clogging, fouling or wall buildups, and with the right industrial equipment, you can eliminate any such issues. While also saving up to 300% energy as compared to your standard slurry heaters or shell exchangers.
One of the most basics complaints of those using traditional heat exchangers is wall buildup and fouling issues.
Sludge and other sorts of materials might pack the walls thick. And this constant build up might end up causing fouling, increasing the thermal resistance and lowering the overall heat transfer coefficient of the exchanger equipment.
This can also impede fluid flow and increase pressure drop across them. However, the Klean-Wall heat exchanger is designed to resist any such accumulation. And thereby succeeds in maintaining high efficiency and eliminates fouling.
It’s shearing and sludge features contribute to the increased bacteriological activity, helping to improve digestion. Furthermore, you do not ever need to clean these heat exchangers. If you like, you may clean this easily due to its hi-pass design, but it’s not an essential requirement.
These high-efficiency heat exchangers are also immune to clogging, which adds to the benefits that you may enjoy with it available in your manufacturing plant.
Effective industrial equipment can carry out several functions in different industries. Klean-wall heat exchanger has found countless applications across industries like agriculture, chemical, heavy industry, etc. Also in other cases where heating or cooling is needed, such as swimming pools, data centers, etc.
Both micro-networks and urban networks have witnessed high use of heat exchangers for heating or cooling processes. Sources of hot networks include; superheated water, waste incineration plants, thermal solar panels, oil, gas, and so forth.
Sources of cold networks include; refrigeration units, ground water, etc. In the agro-industry, juices at ambient temperature must be heated from the early stage to that of evaporation.
A heat exchanger also comes handy in the refining of oils, esterification of biodiesel, and pasteurization of dairy products.