Shell and tube exchanger

Shell and tube heat exchangers exchange thermal energy from one fluid to another. Because it is characterised by low pressure loss, it is well-suited to air conditioning systems.

In cooling systems, pressure loss should be low when exchanging from the primary to the secondary coolant, and also when exchanging to the cooling tower’s fluid. 

As a shell and tube heat exchanger is characterised by low pressure loss, it is well-suited to air conditioning systems. When they are used for condensation of coolant, level control is carried out in the form of a float valve.
Shell and tube heat exchangers are larger and more expensive than plate exchangers.





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