Timber Cooling Tower

Timber Cooling Tower

Rcc Cooling Tower

Rcc Cooling Tower

Air Cooled Condenser

Air Cooled Condenser

Oil Cooler

Oil Cooler

Plate Finned Type Heat Exchanger

Plate Finned Type Heat Exchanger

Plate Heat Exchanger

Plate Heat Exchanger

Finned Tube Heat Exchanger

Finned Tube Heat Exchanger

Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger

Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger

Fin Fan Cooler

Fin Fan Cooler

Surface Condenser

Surface Condenser

Pressure Vessel Heat Exchanger

Pressure Vessel Heat Exchanger

Kettle Reboiler Type Heat Exchanger

Kettle Reboiler Type Heat Exchanger

Air Cooled Heat Exchanger

Air Cooled Heat Exchanger

shell and tube heat exchanger

shell and tube heat exchanger

plate type heat exchanger

plate type heat exchanger

FRP Cooling Tower

FRP Cooling Tower

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Air Heat Exchangers

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Water to Air heat exchangers are gadgets with the intention of numerous devices and plants use within order to shift heat as of one medium to a different. So regularly located, as they are part of a terrific variety of house appliances. Air conditioning units, ovens or outdoors wood central heating boilers all include this revolutionary product as part of their built. Additionally, a great variety of plants and oil refineries make use of high-temperature exchangers within their day-to-day operations.

The top-of-the-line known application for Water to Air heat exchangers is its use in household appliances. The majority of Water to Air heat exchangers are extremely valuable the different parts of stoves, family fridges and air conditioning systems. Also, they are used in radiant heating systems and solar heating systems. They are efficient power savers and, with proper installation.

Applications :

Air conditioning equipment usually reduces the humidity of the air processed by the system. The relatively cold (below the dew point) evaporator coil condenses water vapor from the processed air, much as a cold drink will condense water on the outside of a glass. The water is drained, removing water vapor from the cooled space and thereby lowering its relative humidity.

Some air conditioning units dry the air without cooling it. These work like a normal air conditioner, except that a heat exchanger is placed between the intake and exhaust. In combination with convection fans, they achieve a similar level of coolness as an air cooler in humid tropical climates, but only consume about one-third the energy.