The plate heat exchanger unit is an integral heat exchange device consisting of a plate heat exchanger, a water pump, a frequency converter, a filter, a valve, a control cabinet, a meter and an automatic control system. What is the role of plate heat exchangers in our lives?
The plate heat exchanger is compact in structure, easy to operate, simple to clean, and has a high heat transfer coefficient. It only needs to open the compression bolt to perform cleaning, which is unmatched by the tube heat exchanger.Therefore, he has become the leading heat exchange product in most central heating projects in most cities. It is suitable for water-water heat exchange systems, steam-water heat exchange systems, and daily domestic hot water supply systems. It is reasonable to improve the management level. The distribution of thermal energy plays a very large role.
2. Air-conditioning system
Due to the low price of plate heat exchangers, plate heat exchangers are widely used in the heat exchange of frozen water in air conditioning systems.Installing a plate heat exchanger near the condenser between the cooling tower and the condenser can act as a condenser to prevent equipment from corrosion or blockage.And it can save the running time of the chiller during the transition season.
3. Pressure blocker for high-rise buildings
In high-rise buildings, HVAC systems that use water, glycol, etc. as heat exchange media often have extremely high static pressures.The plate heat exchanger is used as a pressure blocker, which can decompose the higher static pressure into several smaller pressures.This reduces the system's pressure requirements on pumps, valves, hot and cold water units and other equipment, saving equipment investment costs and operating costs.
4. Ice storage system
The ice storage system using plate heat exchangers plays a role of regulating peak load and valley filling in the power grid.The chiller is used for cooling at night, and ice is stored in the ice storage tank to meet the cooling demand of the next day and reduce the peak load of the air conditioner, thereby effectively saving energy and operating costs.