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Marine Heat Exchangers

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IHT is an ASME/PED MILSPEC qualified custom manufactuer of continuous plate fin and tube based heat transfer solutions. Our continuous fins give you the highest performance to coil face area ratio allowing for smaller units with faster ROI. With over 20 years of experience we can design a high quality solution for you at a competitive price even when you only need one unit. Our personal attention is second to none. Contact us today for more info!
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Our company will go out of our way to ensure that your every needs are met. We are experts in the field of marine heat exchangers and other heat exchanger models, and we will work with you to create the perfect solution that will improve your efficiency and performance. We believe in offering support long after the sale date. Contact us today for more detailed info!
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When it comes to marine heat exchangers, you want the highest possible quality and products that are durable, but at an affordable price. We aim to make that happen with our innovative designs and the latest engineering technologies. It is our goal to save you money and time each time you work with us. Let us know how we can serve you today!
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Our employees work their hardest to create superior products for all customers. We have an outstanding attention to detail and a love for research and innovation that set our marine heat exchangers apart. Whether you need a heat exchanger for the water or for dry use, we've got you covered. Contact us for more info!
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Anguil designs, manufactures, installs and services heat and energy recovery systems for industrial applications and manufacturing operations. By utilizing waste heat from energy consuming processes, Anguil heat exchanger technologies reduce a company's operating costs, lower their carbon footprint and lessen their energy consumption. Our track record includes the ability to blend time-tested, standard products with innovative, custom engineered solutions.
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Marine Heat Exchangers

Marine heat exchangers are used primarily for the purposes of providing cooling for boats, ships and other nautical vehicle engines. In the same way car engines require a cooling system to maintain high performance and efficiency; boat engines need marine engine fuel and oil cooling systems. Purchasing and installing a marine heat exchanger will improve the durability and performance of the boat engine in terms of fuel consumption and maintenance.

Marine heat exchangers prove to be cost-saving over time and add greatly to the resale value of the boat since they have a quality cooling system installed. The system works by drawing in the water the ship or boat is navigating through, or a coolant, and circulating it into the engine cooling system. Shell and tube heat exchangers or plate heat exchangers are common models used in marine applications. The process is similar for both exchangers: the cooling liquid absorbs heat from the engine and engine oil and transports it away, keeping the engine temperature at a moderate level and allowing for the engine oil to stay cool enough to lubricate the mechanism. Oil coolers are a vital part of a well maintained engine system. The heated water is then released through an exhaust system into the body of water.

Two types of water can be used: raw water or fresh water. Raw water is the water directly drawn into the engine. This can prove costly if using sea water as the salt content of the water over time corrodes the interior of the engine and leaves residue in the exhaust system. While it is a cheaper and simpler option in the short-term, using raw water in a marine heat exchanger will require the engine to be replaced eventually. Water conditions and rate of corrosion change depending on location and materials used, and therefore it is hard to predict how long it would take for an engine to deteriorate enough for replacement, and since engines are mostly hidden in boats and ships, it is hard to measure the damage. Another option for marine engine cooling is using fresh water, or a coolant in the system. This is more expensive to purchase and install, but will preserve the interior of the engine for a much longer time. Another advantage to a quality cooling system is during the winterizing process. This is necessary for preventing damage to a boat's engine during the cold winter months from freezing and compression or expansion. Ships also need to be properly engineered to prevent cooling system leakage and damage to the interior of the boat.



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