Manufacturing Technology and Characteristics of Brazed Plate Heat Exchanger


Manufacturing technology and characteristics of brazed plate heat exchanger
The brazed plate heat exchanger can reduce blockage to a large extent and prolong the operation time of the process to a large extent. It is the design of wide gaps, plate patterns and smooth ports between the plates to make the flow of fibers and particles easy. It recovers more heat and reduces your energy costs. It is a heat exchanger with a higher heat recovery ratio.
Due to its reverse flow, the brazed plate heat exchanger can heat the cold flow to a temperature close to the incoming heat flow, thereby recovering energy to a greater extent. Heat energy that was previously considered useless can be used. In this way, the consumption of steam can be reduced, and the excess steam can be used for power generation. The higher heat recovery, its running time, requires less space, and the high thermal efficiency gap makes it compact. Compared with the shell-and-tube heat exchanger, the brazed plate heat exchanger only occupies 20% of the floor area, and the weight is about 80% lighter when the process medium is filled. Broadband increases the uptime, longer service intervals, and reduces the occurrence of pipeline blockage failures. For the application of fibrous media, regular backflushing can allow the plate heat exchanger to be used for a longer interval.
To clean the dirt inside the heat exchanger, the CIP equipment is usually used for regular cleaning, and the cleaning agent is flushed through the unit when the equipment is turned off. The small retention volume of the wide band gap reduces the consumption of chemicals and water, and shortens the cleaning time. The brazed plate heat exchanger recovers heat from the two process streams and uses it to preheat the mixed juice. After the transformation, the steam consumption has been reduced by 40-50%, and the excess steam can also be used for power generation.
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