The detachable plate heat exchanger is formed by pressing a number of corrugated thin plates at certain intervals, sealed by gaskets, and compressed by a frame and compression. The four corner holes of the plate and gasket form the fluid distribution and collection pipes. The rubber pad separates the hot and cold fluids so that they flow in the flow channels on each side of each plate, and heat is exchanged through the plates. Some people think that as long as you pay attention to the use of the heat exchanger, you do not need to add lubricants for regular cleaning and maintenance. Not only is this idea incorrect, it can also have a very serious impact.
(1) Cleaning effect. The heat exchanger can remove impurities through the circulation of lubricating oil and filter it out through a filter.
(2) Reduce wear. Adding lubricants to equipment can reduce wear, surface fatigue and wear due to adhesive wear.
(3) Reduce friction. Adding lubricant to the friction surface of the heat exchanger can reduce the friction coefficient, thereby reducing friction resistance and saving energy consumption.
(4) Transmission power. In many cases, adding lubricant to the heat exchanger has the function of transmitting power.
(5) Anti-rust effect. Prevent air, water droplets, water vapor, corrosive gases and liquids, dust, oxides from causing corrosion.