A heat exchanger on an HVAC is a device that transfers thermal energy between two fluids without direct contact. It helps with heating or cooling processes by extracting or removing heat from the air.
A heat exchanger is a component that facilitates the transfer of heat energy between two fluids. It works by allowing the fluids to flow through separate channels, enabling heat transfer through conduction without mixing the fluids.
To identify the right heat exchanger equipment supplier, consider factors such as their reputation, certifications, customer reviews, customization options, and the availability of comprehensive technical support.
Heat exchangers offer several benefits, including energy efficiency, enhanced comfort in maintaining optimal temperatures, and environmental friendliness by reducing energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.
To troubleshoot a plate heat exchanger, inspect for fouling and clean the plates regularly, check for leaks or abnormal fluid levels, monitor temperature differentials, and inspect and replace faulty gaskets or seals.