What does a plate heat exchanger do?
The detachable plate heat exchanger, also known as the gasketed plate heat exchanger, is a compact, high efficient heat exchanger that has been used for decades.
The detachable plate heat exchanger was originally mainly used in the processing and processing of milk. Due to its small size, easy disassembly and cleaning, it was widely used in food processing, beverage, beer processing and pharmaceutical processing. Up to now, detachable plate heat exchangers have been widely used in various industries such as petrochemical, electric power, papermaking, metallurgy, fuel ethanol, waste heat recovery and district heating. They act as heaters, coolers and even as a process in these processes. Evaporator and condenser in the refrigeration system.
The plates are available in a variety of stainless steel, titanium, nickel, and Hastelloys for a variety of applications. The detachable plate heat exchanger has great advantages for some special process fluidssuch as condensation of multi-component medium vapor, heat transfer of medium with different boiling points.