V SERIES Industrial Heat Exchanger | Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger
V SERIES Industrial Heat Exchanger Description
The V SERIES industrial heat exchanger is a multitube heat exchanger.
Non removable tube bundle.
The V SERIES industrial heat exchanger belongs to our new Industrial Line.
V SERIES Industrial Heat Exchanger Operation
The V SERIES industrial heat exchanger consists of a tubular bundle within a shell. The product flows through the inner tubes while the service does it through the outer channel.
V SERIES Industrial Heat Exchanger Applications
The V SERIES heat exchanger is designed for heating or cooling fluids such as water, glycol, CIP solutions or sanitary water, among others. Being manufactured against stock and having a compact size allows to be a quick and economical solution.
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V SERIES Industrial Heat Exchanger Technical Data Sheet
Standard Design Conditions
Design Temperature: 180°C
Design Pressure: 10 barg
Included: 3.1 Quality certificate and CE Marking according to 2014/68/UE.
Shell and Tubes
Stainless Steel 316L
In case the equipment contains several units in series, SACOME can provide the interconnections for the product channel and the service channel.
SACOME TYPE DEFINITION
Multitubular standard V Series
Number of inner tubes
Without / With expansion joint
Ø Shell (mm)
Ø Inner tube (mm)
Nominal length (mm)
Shell side material
Tube side material
Corrugation indicator (Hard/Soft/Plain)
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.