Shell-And-Tube Exchangers Widely Used For Chemical Processes
Industrial Heat Exchangers:What They Are, How They Work Jul 12, 2014 · 12 Jul 2014. Exchangers are easily one of the most important and widely used pieces of process equipment found in industrial sites. Regardless of the particular industry in question, it will likely require some type of temperature regulation, and for that exchangers are likely to come into play. Exchangers may be used for either heating or cooling, however, in the industrial sector, particularly within plants and refineries, they are overwhelmingly used
75 through a heat transfer mechanism. Steam heating accounts for a significant amount of the energy used 76 in lower temperature industrial process heating (<400 deg. F.). Use of steam based systems is largely for 77 industries where heat supply is at or below about 400 deg. F.
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Electric Heating - Laboratory & Pharmaceutical Industry These ovens use nichrome heating elements. Nichrome is a good option as it is low cost, oxidation-resistant, and it offers stability at high temperatures. Muffle Furnaces are another piece of lab equipment that uses specialized heater elements. These ovens can use conduction or convection heating.
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