2. Induced Draft Air cooled Heat Exchanger ACHE . The second most economical and most common style air cooler is the induced draft ACHE. This design uses axial fans to pull air across the fin tube bundle. The fans are positioned above the bundle thus offering greater control of the process fluid and bundle protection due to the additional structure.
An air cooled heat exchanger (air cooler) removes heat from a liquid or gas into ambient air. Chart provides horizontal, vertical and multiple fan coolers with both forced and induced draft. Complete range of options including winterization, maintenance and header walkways, ladders, bugscreens, louvers, heating coils and warm air recirculation.
Air Cooled Heat Exchangers for Process and Power Forced Draft - The most common style of air cooled heat exchanger, a forced draft design positions the fans beneath the process bundle allowing easy access to all mechanical components. The design also allows simplified future plant expansions with direct access to the bundle. Structural disassembly is
The most common type of air cooler is the horizontal coil with horizontal fan and vertical air flow. This type is typically driven by an electric motor drive attached to the fan through v-belts to allow for speed reduction between the motor and the fan. This model can also be driven by hydraulic motors, air motors and even from an engine with special right angle gear drive arrangements.
Induced Draft Type Horizontal Air Cooler/Air Cooled Heat The Air-cooled heat exchanger (Air cooler) is a device for rejecting heat from a fluid or gas directly to ambient air. When cooling both fluids and gases, there are two sources readily available, with a relatively low cost, to transfer heat to air and water. The noticeable advantage of an air cooler is that it does not require water, which means that it is not needed to locate the equipment near supply of cooling
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