The RHD Series has a continuous scraping action to enhance the mixing of viscous products. Its sealing system allows for the removal of individual tubes for cleaning or maintenance while offering increased strength.
Goodway Technologies, Stamford, Conn., and SWEP have formed a partnership to offer descaling solutions for SWEP industrial heat exchangers to help processes maintain efficiency and optimal heat transfer.
Specifications for Calflo, Petro-Therm and Purity FG HTF heat transfer fluids, manufactured by Petro-Canada Lubricants Inc., have been added to aspenOne Engineering software. The companies expect the additions to the Aspen HYSYS and Aspen Plus modeling software to provide engineers with a range of solutions when designing a heat transfer system.
Industrial applications have numerous requirements for heat exchangers and thermal transfer. Heat exchanger uses span the gamut: compressor and engine cooling, transformer temperature regulation, heat recovery from various processes, and treatment of effluent, digestate and other waste streams, to name a few.
Named Fabricator of the Year for 2018, BTD Manufacturing has been growing steadily since it started out as Bismarck Tool and Die back in 1979. Over the years, it has acquired several companies and expanded its repertoire of custom services. One of those companies was Impulse Manufacturing in Dawsonville, Ga., which joined the BTD team in 2015.
When choosing which low temperature heat transfer fluid to use for your process, data such as density, viscosity and pour point need to be taken into consideration. In Process Cooling’s annual Cooling Capabilities Chart on Low Temperature Heat Transfer Fluids, we have compiled all of the data you need to choose a fluid for low temperature heat transfer fluid processes.
Constructed with a fin design with an optimized aspect ratio, the liquid cold plates offer improved thermal performance, says the manufacturer. The cold plates are lightweight and compatible with industry-accepted coolants.
Temperature measurement is a common control parameter in distillation cooling and heating processes. Depending upon the application and process fluid, temperature control may be used for cooling distillate to condense high volatility products into liquid phase, or heating of process fluid to vaporize the high volatility components for easier separation.