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Customized processing of wide gap plate heat exchanger

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Customized processing of wide gap plate heat exchanger
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In order to meet customers' needs for different working conditions, we specially develop and produce wide gap plate heat exchangers.

Our wide gap plate heat exchanger is a plate heat exchanger developed for special working conditions. It is specially designed for working with large particles or high viscosity. Under the above conditions, the medium in the flow channel can be sufficiently flowed without clogging, and it also has high heat transfer performance which is not possessed by the conventional tubular heat exchanger.

wide gap plate heat exchangers

Compared with the general plate heat exchanger, the wide gap heat exchanger has a large plate spacing and a large cross-sectional area in single flow channel. The cross-sectional area of the single flow channel between the plates is much larger than that of a general plate heat exchanger, making it have obvious advantages in larger liquid and medium flow conditions.

The cold fluid side forms a medium flow path between the plates with contact, which is for the passage of circulating water. The hot fluid side forms a medium flow path between the plate group with non-contact that ensures the solid particle liquid passes smoothly, so the pressure loss is small and the fluid distribution is uniform. It has high heat transfer efficiency and long service life.

Suitable for coarse particles, high viscosity and fiber-containing liquids and media, widely used in fuel ethanol, paper, sugar, alumina and other industries.

REPEATER is a Chinese manufacturer that supplies high quality Plate & gasket for heat exchanger, plate heat exchanger. Advanced technology, product quality is equivalent to the level of international first-line brands. Lower product prices, higher cost performance.

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