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Wednesday, August 1, 2007


Plate Heat Exchanger having narrow channel most probably "not recommended" for fluid contains solid and/or slurry services. However, there are still many success story of using PHE in abovementioned services.

There are some rule-of-thumbs to gage if a plate heat exchanger suitable for fluid contains solid or slurry :

i) 80% of the particles are less than 70% of the interplate gap on the heat exchanger.
ii) 100% of the particles are less than 90% of the interplate gap
iii) Flowing velocity is below erosional velocity (causes premature plate failure)
iv) The minimum wall temperature is above a point where crystal growth is expected.
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posted by Webworm, 3:05 AM

2 Comments:

Blogger MoStAsHaR15 said...

Good topic. Can you share some case studies and success stories?

July 8, 2008 at 4:48 AM  
Blogger Webworm said...

Thanks for your comments.

Unfortunately the information can not be disclosed. Hope you understand.

July 8, 2008 at 11:49 AM  

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