Customized Condensers and Drycoolers

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Our customized condensers and drycoolers offer the ideal solution for applications that have special requirements. We have many years of experience in developing and manufacturing customized solutions for our customers and can therefore offer you tailor-made condensers and drycoolers for almost any application.

High efficiency industrial heat recovery unit with opposed flow. Robust, compact and reliable, suitable for installation in the presence of air or dusty fumes.

High performance L fin tube with bonded turbulator inserts. These tubes will give excellent thermal performance in an Air Cooler application.

Tube fins gilling machine applies a crinkle foot base which extends the contact surface area with the tube and provides excellent strength and thermal conductivity.

Aluminium L fin on stainless tube is a popular choice for Air Cooled Heat Exchanger manufacturers who require good corrosion resistance.

We offers a full range of firetube waste heat recovery boiler systems to meet the wide cross section of waste heat project requirements – from sub-critical on through to demanding industry applications.

About Condensers (Heat Teansfer)

In systems involving heat transfer, a condenser is a heat exchanger used to condense a gaseous substance into a liquid state through cooling. In so doing, the latent heat is released by the substance and transferred to the surrounding environment. Condensers are used for efficient heat rejection in many industrial systems. Condensers can be made according to numerous designs, and come in many sizes ranging from rather small (hand-held) to very large (industrial-scale units used in plant processes). For example, a refrigerator uses a condenser to get rid of heat extracted from the interior of the unit to the outside air.

Condensers are used in air conditioning, industrial chemical processes such as distillation, steam power plants, and other heat-exchange systems. Use of cooling water or surrounding air as the coolant is common in many condensers.

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