Circulation Principle Of Plate Heat Exchanger

The plate heat exchanger is a high-efficiency heat exchanger made up of a series of corrugated metal plates stacked. The structure of the plate heat exchanger mainly includes plates, gaskets, compression plates (movable plates, fixed plates) and Circulation principle of plate heat exchangerframes (upper guide rods, lower guide rods, front pillars). The plates of the plate heat exchanger are sealed by sealing gaskets. Separate the cold and hot fluid channels, and the cold and hot heat exchange media flow through their respective channels to exchange heat with the separated plates to achieve the desired temperature.

The plates of the plate heat exchanger have openings at four corners, which are assembled together into a plate bundle to form a fluid to obtain a distribution pipe and a collection pipe. After the heat exchange of the cold/heating medium, it flows back from the respective collecting pipes and is recycled. Plate heat exchangers mainly transfer heat through partitions. The main feature of the partition wall heat exchanger is that the cold and hot fluids are separated by a solid wall, and the two cannot be mixed, and heat exchange is carried out through the partition wall. The single process structure of the plate heat exchanger is that only the first plate and the tail plate do not transfer heat. The dual-process structure is that each process has 2 plates without heat transfer.