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Thermal & Heating Equipment -> Heat Exchangers

Heat Exchangers

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Thermal Management System features self-ventilating design.

Thermal Management System features self-ventilating design.

AMETEK Rotron Military & Aerospace Products    Woodstock, NY 12498
May 07, 2014 Featuring 2 airflow channels with active induced air circulation via integrated set of motorized impellers, Discus Heat Exchanger cools sealed airborne or ground-based electronic and optical compartments without introducing contaminated or external air. Heat transfer occurs by convection from circulating air and then by conduction through common bulkhead connecting aluminum pin fins. Brushless DC motor turns 2 impellers on common shaft, each circulating air past exposed pin fin exchanger surface.

Dual Tower CPU Cooler provides quiet operation.

Noctua, Inc.    Mountain View, CA 94043
Apr 18, 2014 Featuring 150 mm wide fin-stack and widely spaced heatpipes, Model NH-D15 enables uniform heat distribution for optimal efficiency. Recessed lower fins enable NH-D15 to provide 64 mm clearance for tall memory heatsinks in single fan mode. Cooler also features pro-grade SecuFirm2™ multi-socket mounting system and NF-A15 fans that support PWM for automatic speed control through mainboard. Using supplied Low-Noise Adapter, max fan speed can be reduced to 1,200 rpm for quieter operation.

Heat Exchangers cool electrical and electronic enclosures.

Heat Exchangers cool electrical and electronic enclosures.

EIC Solutions, Inc.    Warminster, PA 18974-1157
Mar 28, 2014 Featuring Type 304 stainless steel NEMA 4X construction, HE Series draws heated air from cabinet, thermodynamically cools it, and then returns cooled air to cabinet. Process can cool cabinet interiors to within 5°F above ambient air temperature outside enclosure. Available in wide range of sizes to provide 5.7–83 W/°F of closed-loop heat removal capacity, heat exchangers have epoxy coated aluminum core, 24/48 Vdc and 120/230 Vac power options, and 4 or 10 micron ambient side intake air filter.

Simulation Software optimizes waste heat recovery cycles.

Simulation Software optimizes waste heat recovery cycles.

SoftInWay Inc.    Burlington, MA 01803
Mar 05, 2014 While offering calculations for heat balance and thermodynamic simulations, AxCYCLE™ v2.3 also provides fluid library that helps engineers develop models and cycles tailored for waste heat recovery for internal combustion engines. Optimized mapping functionalities and graphics are also featured, along with ability to run multipoint analysis for different operating conditions. Built-in OEM internal combustion engine library and OEM gas turbine library can be customized.

Miniature Thermoelectric Modules offer optimal heat dissipation.

Laird Technologies    Chesterfield, MO 63017
Feb 05, 2014 Built using Tlam thermally conductive circuit boards, Tlam OptoTEC® series is designed for applications where temperature stabilization of sensitive optical components is critical. Circuit boards have thin layer of thermally conductive dielectric material between copper foil layer and metal backing plate. Comprising 7 modules, series can create temperature differential (ΔT) of up to 67°C and pump from 1.5–9.0 W of heat at 25°C. At 85°C, series can create ΔT of 77°C and pump 1.6–9.9 W of heat.

Waste Heat Recovery System produces 125 kW of power.

Access Energy    Cerritos, CA 90703
Nov 20, 2013 Capable of recovering waste heat with temperatures as low as 80°C, Thermapower™ Organic Rankine Cycle 125XLT System employs Carefree™ Integrated Power Module, which consists of turbo expander and generator that runs on magnetic bearings in hermetically sealed housing to produce up to 125 kW of utility grade power. System also includes power electronics unit, magnetic bearing controller, PLC, variable speed pump and associated piping, and environmentally safe organic working fluid.

Heat Exchanger Monitoring System offers continuous operation.

Emerson Process Management    Austin, TX 78754
Oct 16, 2013 Using network of wireless/wired instruments and pre-engineered application for continuous online monitoring, Wireless Air Cooled Heat Exchanger Monitoring Solution oversees and diagnoses failure modes to alert personnel of deteriorating health so operation can be adjusted in controlled manner to match available cooling, and corrective maintenance action can be taken. Automated monitoring also helps avoid safety concerns with manual monitoring that result from sending personnel on field rounds.

Air-to-Air Heat Exchangers keep enclosures cool.

Air-to-Air Heat Exchangers keep enclosures cool.    Cumming, GA 30040-9905
Sep 23, 2013 Available in 120 Vac and 24 Vdc models, Stratus™ series employs heat pipe principle to exchange heat from electrical enclosure to outside. Each heat pipe has evaporator section and condenser section separated by permanent baffle to provide closed loop. Coil systems use aluminum end plates and baffles, promoting conduction while also reducing corrosion. Available for use with NEMA 4 and 4X enclosures, models come in 3 frame sizes with up to 72 W capacity and have 2 circulating fans.

Indirect Heat Exchanger suits dry gas seal applications.

Watlow    St. Louis, MO 63146
Aug 12, 2013 Featuring one-piece, non-welded design to minimize potential leaks, HYDROSAFE™ Electric Heat Exchanger has 316L stainless steel fluid path that is independent from heater sheath, preventing fluid contamination. Heating element, vessel, insulation, terminal enclosure, mounting plate, and inlet/outlet connections are combined into complete assembly, facilitating installation. Gas is heated inside small diameter seamless tube or pipe to allow for high system pressure capability requirements.

Monitoring Software enhances heat exchanger performance.

Emerson Process Management    Austin, TX 78754
Apr 02, 2013 As pre-engineered, integrated solution, Heat Exchanger Monitoring Solution embeds process and exchanger best practices into software using wired and wireless instrument applications for automated, 24/7 monitoring. Maintenance personnel can schedule optimal time to clean to sustain optimal heat transfer, helping facilities reduce energy and capacity loss due to fouling by up to 10%. Also, additional emissions from heater operation are avoided due to improved heat recovery in process.

Custom Passive Heat Sinks meeting MPU cooling challenges.

Thermacore Inc.    Lancaster, PA 17601
Dec 10, 2012 Air-cooled heat sinks come in 4 varieties designed for optimal airside heat transfer performance. Design integrates Therma-Base Vapor Chamber technology within 3D thermal solution, with vapor flow spreading heat both laterally in base and into planar appendage heat pipe blades. Further enhancing thermal performance, high-density fins are attached to planar blades. Products are available for insertion into 4 chassis cooling formats, from 3U–6U, and handle heat loads from 250–2,000 W.

Liquid to Air Heat Exchangers offer capacities from 500-5,000 W.

Liquid to Air Heat Exchangers offer capacities from 500-5,000 W.

Laird Technologies    Chesterfield, MO 63017
Oct 18, 2012 Featuring self-contained design, WL Series removes heat from densely packed electronic environments that are not conducive to conventional heat sink fans. Units circulate water or water with glycol and run on AC voltage. Suited for medical and industrial markets, heat exchangers can maintain peak performance of high powered X-ray scanning systems by keeping X-ray generator and tube cool, and can extend life of machine tools used in CNC machining for fabricating metals.

Heat Exchanger Tubing withstands severe environments.

Heat Exchanger Tubing withstands severe environments.

AMETEK Fluoropolymer Products    Newark, DE 19702
Aug 24, 2012 With non-stick characteristics, blister prevention, and resistance to corrosion and fouling, Q-Series Fluoropolymer Tubing extends heat exchanger service life. SLIMLINE Coil heat exchangers constructed from Q-series fluoropolymer resin handle many steam heating applications without de-superheating. With optimal thermal efficiency, Q-Series SUPERCOILS are suited for most metal finishing operations, particularly those involving electroless nickel and copper plating.

Heat Recovery Systems reclaim energy from boiler blow down.

Cemline Corp.    Cheswick, PA 15024
Jul 27, 2012 Provided completely packaged, ready for use, and requiring only connection to services, Heat Recovery Systems use flash tank to separate flash steam from condensate collected from blowdown. Condensate runs through float and thermostatic trap and heat exchanger to recover energy and cool condensate before it is piped to drain or returned to boiler. Optional vent condenser further maximizes amount of energy that could potentially be recovered.

Adaptable Heatsinks accommodate TO-264 devices.

Ohmite Mfg.    Rolling Meadows, IL 60008
May 14, 2012 C-series heatsinks feature camming clips that eliminate need for mounting holes and screws and provide same amount of force after repeated use. They are now offered in 30, 58, and 85 mm for TO-264 packages. Series is also offered in 25, 50, and 75 mm lengths for TO-220 and TO-247 devices, and TO-126 heatsinks are offred in 25 mm for single clip and 40 mm for 2 clips. Custom lengths and clip quantities are available.

Waste-Steam Recovery System is designed for retorts.

Allpax Products, Inc.    Covington, LA 70433
Jan 18, 2012 Allpax waste-steam recovery system reduces energy expenditure and water consumption to address overall facility sustainability. In new installations or as retrofit, system captures come-up vent-open waste steam in vented tank where steam condensates into hot (200°F) water that can be used to supplement hot water demands or run through heat exchangers for other plant processes. Vented collection tank is pressure neutral, and heat recovery system with pressure sensors is PLC controlled.

Liquid Cooling Systems suit densely packed electronic environments.

Laird Technologies    Chesterfield, MO 63017
Dec 08, 2011 Designed to circulate either water, water-glycol (anti-freeze), or transformer oil, self-contained Liquid Cooling Systems (LCS) remove heat from densely packed electronic environments by recirculating coolant to predefined temperature set point. Liquid heat exchanger systems cool to ambient, while recirculating chillers cool to temperatures below ambient. Standard heat transfer mechanisms are either liquid-to-air or liquid-to-liquid configurations.

Heat Sinks suit high power density applications.

Heat Sinks suit high power density applications.

Ohmite Mfg.    Rolling Meadows, IL 60008
Oct 17, 2011 Measuring 2.2 in. across x 1.71 in. tall, MV/MA 302 Series uses 2 internal spring clips for mounting up to four TO-247 or TO-264 devices, eliminating need for mounting holes and screws. Units are constructed of aluminum alloy 6063-T5 or equivalent with either degreased or black anodized finish. Four models are available with thermal resistance of 6.0, 5.2, 3.6, and 3.0°C/W.

Air-Cooled Heat Sink has credit card-sized design.

Novel Concepts Inc.    San Francisco, CA 94123
May 11, 2011 Developed to fit inside notebooks, monitors, and tablets, ThinSink(TM) cools integrated circuits, semiconductors, LEDs, and other microelectronic heat generating devices. Using 40 mm diameter fan spinning at 6,000 rpm, heat sink consumes 0.031 W of electricity and provides thermal performance of 2.73°C/W. Thin, smooth fan surface eliminates pulsating sound and vibration caused by traditional fan blades. At 6,000 rpm, ThinSink has sound output less than 34 dBA.

Brazed Plate Heat Exchangers feature double-wall construction.

Bell & Gossett    Morton Grove, IL 60053
Mar 23, 2011 Designed with complete peripheral copper braze for strength and 4 dedicated leak ports for leak detection, BPX(TM) BPDW Series features design pressure of 435 psi and max design temperature of 450°F. Double-wall heat exchangers are suited for residential hydronic heating applications such as radiant, snow melt, domestic hot water, and pool heating. They can also be used as refrigerant condensers, evaporators, and oil coolers.

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