Heat Exchanger Manufacturing

The manufacture of a heat exchanger has a tedious and technical process. There are numerous steps to follow in order to be successful in manufacturing.

Although it is technical, complex procedures can be simple by correct compliance.

The heat exchanger is a device that is for heating as well as cooling of certain building establishments. More often than not, it comes in form of a reservoir wherein it consists of phase-change material. This medium is actually liquid based and changes its form. The change is from water to ice. This happens in a way to release coolness. It is vital to know that these tubes are coiled in a formation that is extended towards the inlet up until the exhaust manifold.

Heat Exchanger: Process of Manufacturing

In this type of product, what is essential is to follow these steps. Primarily, one should extrude the tube that is composed of plastic mediums. This has to be deformable materials. The next thing to do is the winding. This is in the form of the tube assuming the spiral shape. Subsequently, when the shape has already changed, place it in the length of the spacer bar. The underlying principle is the maintenance of the tubing. It has to remain in its spiral shape. Then, what is next is disposal of the accumulation of the spiral coils have. In addition, one has to arrange then in a flowing fashion. They must be in communication with each other. The inlet as well as the outlet manifold has to connect together.

Now, the requirement for the material to use is nylon or even PVC. In addition, other materials are also useful for this kind of production. It depends on the prototype of the product. The temperature of the manufacturing scheme has also to be taken in consideration. It has to range from forty up to sixty degrees hot. Moreover, since the tubes are spirally shaped, the method of doing it has also a procedure. One may choose to wind it up counter clockwise or clockwise. When a person started to do it clockwise, it has to be uniform for the rest of the procedure.

Since the heat exchanger is composed of a reservoir, one has to consider even its structure. More often than not, it is made of fiberglass. The reason for using fiberglass is the quality of it and its resistance to damage from extreme heat. There is also a thermal insulating substance embedded in the material to add up significant protection. Moreover, the materials used in the production of heat exchanger are often flexible because it is presumed that through heat exchange, there is always a possibility of expansion.

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  • manoj rathore said on January 28, 2011
    i am new for business. presently i am working in reputed company as a manager. but now i am interested in small scale industries. so pl advice me how can start my business earlier. my mob no. 08953238163. regards, m. K. S. rathore


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