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The B&G steam and water powered heat exchangers provide instantaneous heat transfer. The Bell & Gossett WU model is aided by a B&G booster which pumps boiler water through the shell of the transfer unit for efficient, high capacity heating solutions. Bell and Gossett also offers a complete line of tank heaters, straight tube heat exchangers, tank suction heaters, gas coolers, and compact heat exchangers. Outdoor Central Air Conditioner Heat Pump Shell And Tube Popular Products of Outdoor Central Air Conditioner Heat Pump Shell And Tube Water Heat Exchanger by Central Air Conditioner Heat Pump - Shandong Yushen Energy Technology Co., Ltd. from China.
1080 - STW - steam in tubes, fluid in shell:fluid in tubes and shell; Type 1080-ST, 1080-STW and U-Tube Heat Exchangers:Include a removable tube bundle as a standard feature; U-shaped design provides long service life by eliminating the effects of thermal expansion and contraction; Type 1080-STX, 1080-STWX Double-Wall and U-Tube: Techno-commercial comparison for different heat exchange The titanium shell and tube heat exchanger consists of a shell (a large pressure vessel) with a bundle of tubes inside it. One fluid runs through the tubes, and another fluid flows over the tubes (through the shell) to transfer heat between the two fluids. The shell and tube heat exchangers have low heat transfer efficiency compared to the plate heat exchanger.
Shell-and-tube heat exchangers can have multiple passes, such as 1-1, 1-2, 1-4, 1-6, and 1-8 exchangers, where the first number denotes the number of the shells and the second number denotes the number of passes. An odd number of tube passes is seldom used except the 1-1 exchanger. A 1-2 shell-and-tube heat exchanger is illustrated in Figure 5.19.
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