Shell and Tube 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.
All productive processes can be classified according to how the raw material input stage is carried out, and how the product is subsequently obtained. These processes are basically divided into continuous processes and batch processes, although we can find variations combining features from both processes.
The starting point in the design of any heat exchange system is the definition of how the thermal properties evolve throughout the process, whether heating or cooling.
Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers frequently asked questions with regard to the engineering, design and manufacture of SACOME heat exchangers.
The critical issue when designing the heat exchanger is the determining of the thermal exchange coefficients reliably and accurately.
The advantages of corrugated tube heat exchangers make these type of heat exchanger ones of the most demanded configurations in the industry.
One of the main problems of the austenitic stainless steel can be the intergranular corrosion. Despite of its name, stainless steel is a material that is susceptible to be corroded or oxidized
In this technical resource we explain the main advantages of tubular heat exchangers. Tubular heat exchangers are the most used heat exchanger type in the market due to the excellet operation and high versatility of this type of heat exchangers.