Industrial Heat Exchangers

Characteristics of different types of heat exchangers for industrial applications

Water/Air Heat Exchangers

Using water as the cooling medium, water/air heat exchangers can provide high cooling capacities in relatively small sizes. They have a higher cooling capacity for the same size of an air conditioner and high savings can be achieved if several units are connected to an industrial chiller.

Water/air exchangers are recommended if:

  • the outside air has a higher temperature value than the inside air
  • the ambient air is extremely oily or dusty
  • outside air and humidity must not enter the cabinet
  • no heat is released into the environment
  • cold/chilled water is available.

Air/Air Heat Exchangers

By exploiting the heat exchange between two separate air flows through an aluminium pack, air/air exchangers allow heat to be dissipated inside electrical panels with low maintenance and small dimensions.

They are recommended if:

  • the outside air has a lower temperature value than the inside air (approx. ΔT=10°C)
  • a low cooling capacity is required
  • little maintenance is required
  • the ambient air is excessively oily or dusty
  • outside air and humidity cannot enter the cabinet

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Water/Air Heat Exchanger

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Air/Air Heat Exchanger

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