Shell and tube heat exchangers working as energy recuperators in the treatment of recovered oil
These tubular heat exchangers have been designed according to ASME VIII Div.1 / TEMA R and 2014/68/EU. The heat exchangers also comply with the wind specifications UBC1997, BASIC WIND SPEED 33m / SEC, EXP CATEGORY C and for earthquake, according to NCSE-02.
The shell and tube heat exchangers have been mounted on horizontal cradle type frames. Its special design allows to meet the required specifications of earthquake and wind by the engineering company. In addition, the design allows to mount one heat exchanger above the other, to take better advantage of the space in the plant. With this design the weight of the equipment is transmitted directly to the support and not to the housing of the heat exchangers.
Heat exchangers technical documentation
The importance of rheology in the design of any processing plant is crucial since the sizing of many of the elements composing it is very dependent on this “resistance”, also taking special relevance with food products: heat exchangers, pipes, valves, pumps, mixers, etc.
To design a heat exchanger it is necessary to have certain data, such as the process flow rate, the temperature and the physical properties of products.
Hairpin heat exchangers have a more efficient and economical design compared to a multiple pass heat exchanger when the process requires a temperature crossing between the cold and hot fluid.