Water to Water Heat Exchanger Manufacturers and Companies

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  • Going Green: Waste Heat Recovery

    A fascinating process within the functions of the family of heat exchangers is waste heat recovery. Waste heat is a created and discarded during a variety of industrial and residential activities such as heat escaping from small leaks in steam pipes, fuel combustion and chemical reactions as well. The waste heat produced as a byproduct from these and other processes can be put to good use with the help of a waste heat recovery machine. Possible uses for properly processed waste heat include production of steam to drive turbines, heating...

  • Water to Water Heat Exchangers: A Small Carbon Footprint

    It is impossible to make a footprint in water, the physical sort of footprint that you can make in sand or dirt or even an extra thick carpet. A carbon footprint though, is another story completely. The average American produces more than twice the global per-capita average of carbon emissions. There are many ways utilized in today's society that this average can go down for an individual consumer as well as an individual company. Among these solutions are eating organic foods with little to no packaging, taking public transportation rather...

  • BV Thermal Systems Announces New Tall Design for the Rackmount Heat Exchanger

    The “Tall” Rackmount Heat Exchanger utilizing energy efficient controls is designed to fit a standard 19” rack and is built to dissipate heat in demanding operating conditions.   “Typically, the BV Thermal Systems rackmount units are in the 15.75” – (9U) range, but by extending the height to 23U, we have more options. By increasing the height, we are able to accommodate the special needs for our client such as adding an additional heater, or an extended tank size or even an oversized plate style exchanger, said Stan Young, President...

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Water to Water Heat Exchangers

Water to water heat exchangers transfer heat energy from one liquid to another without bringing the two liquids into direct contact in a similar method as air to air heat exchangers. Typically with a shell and tube or spiral design, water to water heat exchangers work through forcing hot fluids to flow through heat-conducting tubes over which liquid coolants flow. The heat is absorbed by the coolants and thus removed from the water, dropping its core temperature and allowing it to move on in its process.

Many industrial processes require custom water to water heat exchangers to perform a crucial role in the design, operation and maintenance of heating systems, air conditioning units (such as those sold by these suppliers), humidification units, water cooling and condensing plants, power generation, refrigeration, chemical processing, offshore oil rigging and industrial engineering systems. They are also important for process cooling and waste heat recovery in pharmaceutical, food processing, water treatment, textile manufacturing, pulp and paper and steel manufacturing processes. In addition, water to water heat exchangers are especially useful in marine heating applications in which the two main uses include integrating the engine's fresh water cooling system with the hot water heating system and heating domestic water for uses in the galley and shower.

There are different types of heat exchangers that are chosen according to the intended application. However, the most common design for water to water heat exchangers is a shell and tube design. In a shell and tube design there are two separate tanks of water: one tank is reserved for hot water, one tank is for cold. The water from each tank is pumped into a dual chambered reservoir that holds a series of tubes. The two chambers are separated by a thin layer of highly conductive metal, known as a tube wall, which acts as a conductor between the two fluids. The heated solution flowing on one side of the metal wall transfers its heat through the barrier to a cooler solution flowing on the other side. Thermal energy only flows from the hotter to the cooler in an attempt to reach equilibrium. The surface area of the tube bundle affect speed and efficiency, and the tubes can be plain, finned or longitudinally finned, and tube diameter, thickness and length should also be taken into consideration. Water is continually pumped through the system to maintain a steady exchange of heat. Water to water heat exchanger manufacturers typically construct exchangers from corrosion-resistant conductive materials such as steel, titanium, copper, bronze, stainless steel, aluminum or cast iron.

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