High Efficiency of Heat transfer plates,Wide distribution pattern are some of the quality characteristics of our Products. It helps our customer high productivity by reducing the down time.
Gasket type Plate Heat Exchangers
Free flow Wide Gap plate heat exchanger
Semi welded Plate Heat exchanger
Brazed Plate Heat Exchanger
Gaskets : NBR, HT NBR, HNBR, EPDM, Viton.Plate MOC: AISI 316/SMO254/ Ti /C 276.etc
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Piece|
|Application||Food Process Industry, Power Generation, Hydraulic and Industrial Process, Mining & Construction Industry, Pharmaceutical industry|
|Primary Exchanger Material||Copper|
|Flow Rate (L/min)||upto 2000 mtr|
|Maximum Working Pressure (in PSI)||15 psi|
|Tube Material||Steel, Titanium|
|Plate Heat Exchanger Type||Brazed Plate, Fusion-bonded Plate, Gasketed Plate and Frame, Welded Plate and Block, Welded Plate and Frame|
|Max Output Flow rate (m3/hr)||50-100|
|Application||Heater, Cooler, Vaporizer, Condenser|
|Model||Port Diameter||Heat Transfer Area||Types|
|Max Flow Rate||100|
|Usage/Application||cleaning in place|
Cleaning in place is a cleaning procedure without dismantling the plates from frame and circulating preselected cleaning agent in the reverse direction and then draining of the cleaning agent, if necessary rinsed with water.
Principle: The Slow circulation of cleaning solution helps in complete or partial dissolving or destruction of the deposits due to chelating or due to the chemical reaction between cleaning solution and fouling deposit. Those deposits are removed in the continuous re circulation
We can support in delivery of both single and multi-stage freshwater distillers, the choice of which depends on the intended application and whether it is going to be installed on board a vessel or on a rig.
Single-stage freshwater distillers require a relatively large amount of energy to operate, but are less expensive than their multi-stage counterparts. They are a common choice for vessels, as the engines on board produce large amounts of excess heat which can be utilized in the single-stage freshwater distillers, resulting both in the production of freshwater as well as the disposal of unwanted heat. The excess energy is thus put to good use and benefits the entire vessel, making single-stage freshwater distillers an obvious choice.
Multi-stage freshwater distillers, on the other hand, are more expensive but produce more freshwater and require less energy. The energy from the evaporation process is reused multiple times making multi-stage solutions ideal for rigs and other offshore platforms that do not generate excess heat and must instead actively produce energy. This way, the larger investment pays off in the long run with reduced energy costs for operation and increased freshwater production.