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  • Maintaining a Plate Heat Exchanger
  • Sizing a Heat Exchanger for Cold Plate Applications
    of a system, it is important to select them together to ensure proper component sizing for your application. Manufacturers typically provide performance data for cold plates and heat exchangers individually, with cold plate performance in thermal resistance and heat exchanger performance in thermal
  • Aluminum Corrosion Resistance for Cold Plates and Plate-Fin Heat Exchangers
    Aluminum cold plates and plate-fin heat exchangers are commonly used for liquid cooling in military and aerospace applications because of their light weight and high performance. There are many factors to consider when designing these cold plates and heat exchangers: thermal performance, size
  • Coatings for Custom Heat Exchangers and Cold Plates
    Custom heat exchangers and cold plates are often coated for corrosion protection or for cosmetic purposes. Chemical conversion coating, anodization, e-coating, and painting are four coating options that will help to minimize corrosion and/or result in a more attractive component. One of the most
  • Power Industry: Chubu El, Japan
    when increased heat duty was needed. The company could continue making expensive repairs to the shell and tube or it could try what to them represented a new, unproven technology – the plate heat exchanger.
  • Fitting and Hose Clamp Selection for Cold Plates and Heat Exchangers
    The selection of the proper fittings and hose clamps for cold plates and heat exchangers is critical to a reliable liquid cooling system. It can prevent unnecessary downtime and equipment damage. Based on over 40 years experience with scores of fittings and clamps in hundreds of applications, we
  • Vacuum Brazing of Aluminum Cold Plates and Heat Exchangers
    Vacuum brazing is a high-end joining technology because it results in parts with extremely strong joints and with no residual corrosive flux. It is a process in which two base metals, such as aluminum plates, are joined together using a filler metal that has a melting point below that of the base
  • Shell and Plate, Worth the Wait
    Plate heat exchangers have been used for many years in the hydrocarbon industry. The advantages of plate heat exchangers became more apparent with the introduction of the gasket free all welded plate heat exchangers in the early 1990s. However the more traditional all welded heat exchangers

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