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Heat Exchangers
Heat Exchangers are used to transfer heat between two or more fluids, seperated by a stationary media. Fluid may be either gas or liquid. We manufacture heat exchangers mainly made of stainless steel and also carbon steel shell, and stainless steel, carbon steel, Alloy Steel
Main types of heat exchangers we manufacture are :
Shell and tube type heat exchangers which consist of a shell, a tubesheet which physically prevent from two fluids from mixing together, a bundle of tubes that contains the fluid which is going to be heated up or cooled down, and baffles which support the tubes and maximize the turbulence on the shell side.
Double pipe heat exchangers these are the simplest form of heat exchangers. They consist of one inner tube and and one outer tube that share the same axis. Due to their low efficiency and high space allocation, they are being replaced with more efficient counterparts, namely shell and tube type heat exchangers.
Plate heat exchangers consist of a bundle of heat transfer plates which are placed outside of the tubes, gaskets that will keep the heat transfer plates apart, creating a space where the fluid flows through, cooling the fluid that flows inside the pipes.
Form Type :
Shell and Tube / Box
Capacity : 1 - 50 sq.m
Pressure : Full Vac. - 6 kg.sq.cm
Material : S S 304, 316
Axis Position : Vertical and Horizontal
Application :

Heat Exchangers are broadly used in the following sectors:

                          • Pharmaceuticals
                          • Petrochemicals
                          • Oil and Gas
                          • Food and Beverages
                          • Chemical
                          • Energy


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