Corrosion Resistant Stainless Steel Plate Heat Exchanger

  Some stainless steel plate heat exchangers have a high degree of mineralization in water sources and are highly corrosive to metals.If directly into the Corrosion resistant stainless steel plate heat exchangerunit, the service life of the unit will be reduced due to corrosion.If the degree of mineralization is reduced through water treatment, the cost is high.Usually, a plate heat exchanger is used for intermediate heat exchange to isolate the source water from the unit, so that the unit can completely avoid the corrosive effect of the source water.When the mineralization of the source water is less than 350mg / L, the source system can be connected directly without heat exchanger.When the water source water salinity is 350-500mg / L, a stainless steel plate heat exchanger can be installed.When the source water mineralization is> 500mg / L, a titanium alloy plate heat exchanger with strong corrosion resistance should be installed.Stainless steel plate heat exchanger is resistant to corrosion. Cl- and free CO2 are corrosive in corrosive water, and the presence of dissolved oxygen increases the corrosion damage to metal pipelines.