You’ve been able to follow along with the changes in heat exchanger design for some time now. It’s important to your manufacturing company that you know the latest trends in heat condenser design to have the best materials for your business.

Well, we can finally say that the latest has arrived – and they are indeed quite impressive!

These trends in heat condenser design will make sure you have better-quality materials that are more resilient to take what you give it.

So what are we looking at, exactly? Well, we’re glad that you asked.

We’ll give you a quick overview of what’s changed in heat condenser design. Read on to find out more.

Upgrades on the Shell and Tube Design

You remember the conventional shell and tube design that sometimes would give us headaches from all the fouling and corrosion?

Let’s just say they’ve leveled up.

In and of itself, the shell and tube design is an effective one, but the problems that came with the setup reduced its reliability in the heating sector, which of course defeated the purpose of the machine.

One of the ways this problem was handled was by rearranging the helical flow pattern of the heat condenser.

A number of plate baffles in the heat exchanger are placed at a specific angle to the tube axis to help create a helical flow pattern.

By doing this, not only does the reliability of the heat exchanger increase, but it enhances heat transfer, allowing the machine to do its job better and faster.

Laser Welded Parts

Laser welding is easily one of the strongest types of welding out there, and with a machine like a heat exchanger, you need to have a strong weld to hold it all together.

In the past, the welding was not very strong and would often be the reason for the machine breaking. Laser welding technology fuses the parts of the heat condenser and allows them to hold firm while dealing with temp fluctuations.

Expanded Metal Baffles

This is such a simple concept, it’s a wonder that it wasn’t incorporated earlier.

By making the metal baffles wider, you create more of an open flow structure in the machine. This allows a greater flow on the shell side, which, in turn, reduces the amount of pressure lost in the heat exchanger.

It’s a very simple idea, but yet so very effective.

Now you know some of the latest trends in heat exchanger design. Wouldn’t it be nice to know about some other interesting technology facts that could help your business? If so, you’ve come to the right place.

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