Category: Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger Solutions

Why careful wastewater treatment for breweries matters

The average brewery uses 7 barrels of water for every barrel of beer.

Like most business operations, breweries have the choice of bringing their wastewater treatment operations in-house or to use a third party.

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Maple syrup producers use shell and tube heat exchangers and membranes to improve production

A lot of time and energy goes into making maple syrup - but a shell and tube heat exchanger can make the process more efficient.

Maple syrup makers only have a short window of opportunity every year to produce this favorite breakfast food. A shell and tube heat exchanger can make the process faster and more efficient.

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How static mixers and turbulators can improve heat exchanger efficiency

Turbulators and mixers help liquid in a tube mix to improve heat transfer efficiency.

For most shell and tube heat exchangers, the short length of the tube prevents true and effective mixing.

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The causes of overheating and how to avoid them

Avoid overheating in your hydraulic systems by adding an oil cooler.

An overheated system can reduce the effectiveness and lifespan of oils in the system, and can degrade important polymer elements.

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Why you should consider mechanically cleaning your shell and tube heat exchanger

Mechanical cleaning is an inexpensive and effective way to maintain your shell and tube heat exchanger.,Mechanical cleaning is an inexpensive and effective way to maintain your shell and tube heat exchanger.

While fouling is unavoidable, it can be addressed in a way that minimizes the impact.

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Duplex stainless steel makes an excellent choice for manufacturers

Duplex stainless steel can offer certain industries greater corrosion resistance.

One crucial choice that’s important to every exchanger is the material from which it’s made.

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Stopping leaks in their tracks: Part 2

A mass spectrometer can help detect small leaks in a shell and tube heat exchanger.

A surprise leak in a shell and tube heat exchanger is never a good thing.

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Stopping leaks in their tracks: Part 1

Detecting leaks before they become severe problems gives companies enough time to properly respond to the issue.

Over the lifespan of a shell and tube heat exchanger, the tubes will undergo massive amounts of stress.

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As frozen vegetable market expands, manufacturers must have adequate equipment

Frozen vegetables are a staple in many households.

Found in almost any grocery store in America, frozen veggies are not only widely available with a long shelf life, they are also often just as delicious as fresh ones, have the same nutritional value and are commonly more cost-effective.

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Closed-loop process cooling can help reduce water, energy use in pharmaceutical manufacturing

Pharmaceutical manufacturers can save money, water and energy by changing their process cooling system.

Many pharmaceutical companies have been focused on conserving water to achieve two goals: to improve the sustainability of their operations and to cut operational expenses.

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