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  • marine heat exchangers

    marine heat exchangers

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    We are leading Manufacturer, Supplier and Exporter of Marine heat exchangers, chennai, India that is manufactured by using high grade raw material as per the client’s requirements. Our range is available in various sizes & specifications and is widely used in different rice mills. These are appreciated in the worldwide market and are offered at the competitive prices.

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  • Marine Heat Exchanger

    Marine Heat Exchanger

    20,000 - 50,000 Per Piece

    1 Piece (MOQ)

    Country of Origin : India

    Material : Copper, Aluminium, Steel

    Application : Marine Use

    Condition : New

    Automatic Grade : Automatic

    Brand Name : Premier

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  • Marine Heat Exchanger

    Marine Heat Exchanger

    5,000 - 10,000 Per Piece

    1 Piece (MOQ)

    Material : Stainless Steel

    Color : Silver

    Condition : New

    Automatic Grade : Semi Automatic

    Voltage : 220V

    Type : Marine Heat Exchanger

    Country of Origin : India

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  • Drum Heat Exchanger

    Drum Heat Exchanger

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    1 Piece (MOQ)

    Material : Mild Steel

    Color : Silver

    Condition : New

    Voltage : 220V

    Structure : Tube Heat Exchanger

    Country of Origin : India

    Application : Industrial

    We are offering a drum heat exchanger is heat transfer equipment used for transferring heat between two fluids that are at different temperatures. The drum heat exchanger consists of a cylindrical drum that is divided into two sections by a partition wall. The heat is transferred from the hotter fluid to the cooler fluid through the walls of the tubes. Drum heat exchangers are commonly used in the chemical and petrochemical industries for heating or cooling process fluids.

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  • MARINE HEAT EXCHANGER/COOLER & SPARES

    MARINE HEAT EXCHANGER/COOLER & SPARES

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    Type : Marine Heat Exchanger

    Application : Marine Use

    Warranty : 1 Year

    Leading Wholesale Trader of Alfa Laval Gasketed Plate Heat Exchangers, Alfa Laval MMPX-403 Complete Module, Alfa Laval EPC-400 Control Board, and Alfa Laval EPC/ Viscochief Controller from Bhavnagar.

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  • Marine Heat Exchanger

    Marine Heat Exchanger

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    Material : Mild Steel, Stainless Steel

    Certification : CE Certified, ISO 9001:2008 Certified

    Application : Marine Use

    Color : Blue

    Material : Mild Steel, Steel

    Medium Used : Air, Water, Oil

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  • Marine Heat Exchanger

    Marine Heat Exchanger

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    The company is a renowned Exporter and Supplier of Marine Heat Exchanger, which efficiently treats distilled water and antifreeze. The Marine Heat Exchanger transfers the heat from water-antifreeze combine to the incoming water from the water body. The efficiency of the Marine Heat Exchanger, as well as its long service life, ensures that the equipment is worth investing in.

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  • Marine Heat Exchanger

    Marine Heat Exchanger

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    The Marine Heat Exchangers, which we offer, are available in the tubular form, or with an integral header tank, and models are available to suit engines of various outputs. This Marine Heat Exchanger is acclaimed for fast cooling of the marine engine. We are a dependable Manufacturer, Supplier and Exporter of Marine Heat Exchanger. Construction This Marine Heat Exchanger has a bundle of tubes, where two cooling circuits meet and exchange the heat. This bundle of tubes could be in the cooling circuit of an engine (Marine Heat Exchanger), the oil circuit (oil cooler) or intake air (inter cooler). There is a boat that we can supply with a heat exchanger to suit from the smallest petrol or diesel engine to large V8 petrol and medium-range diesels; Vertical Mounting with Integral Header Tank Horizontal mounting with Integral Header. We can manufacture the Tank of Marine Heat Exchanger, using modular construction from standard components. Design : As per ASME Section VIII Div. 1, TEMA RCB, IS 2825 & IS 4503. Capacity : As per Customer Requirements/standard Design Material of Construction : Size ranging from 3â to 100â in diameter & 40â (Feet) in length.

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  • Marine Heat Exchanger

    Marine Heat Exchanger

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    Type : Air-Cooled

    Material : Aluminium

    Outlet Temperature : 50 degree

    Medium Used : Oil

    Flow Rate (L/min) : 25 L/min

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  • Marine Plate Heat Exchanger

    Marine Plate Heat Exchanger

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    Material : Metal

    Application : Marine Use

    Weight : 100-1000kg

    Voltage : 110V, 440V

    Condition : New

    Automatic Grade : Automatic

    Warranty : 5 Years

    Marine Plate Heat Exchanger that we supply is procured from the trusted manufacturers and venders of the market. Our Marine Plate Heat Exchanger is appreciated for its high strength, optimum corrosion resistance and accurate dimensions. We make available Marine Plate Heat Exchanger in different sizes and other technical specifications. Moreover, we gladly welcome the bulk orders for Marine Plate Heat Exchanger.

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  • Marine Tube Heat Exchanger

    Marine Tube Heat Exchanger

    65,000 Per Piece

    Type : Tube

    Outlet Temperature : 180 Degree C

    Usage/Application : Marine

    Medium Used : Oil

    Design Pressure : 1.6MPa

    Surface Finish : Paint Coated

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  • Marine Heat Exchanger

    Marine Heat Exchanger

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    Temperature : 70-80 °C (158-176 °F)

    Large ships frequently hold evaporating plants to fabricate fresh water, thus tumbling their reliance on shore-based supplies. Steam ships must be able to manufacture high-quality distillate in organize to maintain boiler-water levels. Diesel-engine ships frequently utilize waste heat as an energy foundation for producing fresh water. In this system, the engine-cooling water is passed through a heat exchanger, where it is cooled by concentrated seawater (brine). Because the cooling water (which is chemically treated fresh water) is at a temperature of 70-80 °C (158-176 °F), it would not be possible to flash off any water vapor unless the pressure in the heat exchanger vessel was dropped. To alleviate this problem, a brine-air ejector venturi pump is used to create a vacuum inside the vessel. Partial evaporation is achieved, and the vapor passes through a demister before accomplishment the condenser section. Seawater is pumped through the condenser section to cool the vapor sufficiently to precipitate it.The distillate gathers in a tray, from where it is pumped to the storage tanks. A salinometer monitors salt content and diverts the flow of distillate from the storage tanks if the salt content exceeds the alarm limit. Sterilization is carried out after the evaporator.

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  • Marine Heat Exchanger

    Marine Heat Exchanger

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    The exchangers are very high efficient and best product. High Quality design with high heat transfer ability. The advantages and problem areas with different heat exchanger types and materials are discussed. Marine heat exchanger is its size, cost and ease of adapting existing cold water systems to hot. Researchers, over the years, have used a variety of heat exchanger types and materials. The application of heat exchangers to large scale marine aquaculture.

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  • Marine Coolers Heat Exchanger

    Marine Coolers Heat Exchanger

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    We are offering marine coolers heat exchanger.the offered marine coolers heat exchanger are the most common way to cool a boat's engine, using the lake, river or ocean water in which the boat floats. Since this water may be corrosive, the engine may be cooled by a sealed mixture of distilled water and antifreeze. Heat from the water�antifreeze mixture is then transferred to the ocean (or lake or river) water which flows into a heat exchanger. To protect the marine heat exchanger from corrosive salts, a sacrificial zinc anode is screwed into the heat exchanger. This anode must be periodically replaced as part of regular maintenance. Because the water the boat floats in may be contaminated with floating particles such as wood or other detritus most boats will have a filter (often stainless steel mesh) to remove these particles before they flow through the heat exchanger. This filter must be periodically cleaned or else the flow of water to the heat exchanger will become obstructed and the engine will overheat. There are three methods employed for water-cooled marine petrol and diesel engines they are: direct cooling: direct cooling of the cylinders and heads by sea-water is unsatisfactory, because the engine - which was probably originally designed for radiator cooling - will run too cold and the sea-water will eventually run the cylinder block and headsheat exchanger cooling: heat exchanger cooling is the most common method, the seawater being isolated in components which can be designed to withstand its corrosive effect. The closed fresh-water circuit can be thermostatically controlled so that the engine operates at its design temperaturekeel cooling: keel cooling is suitable for small boats operating in shallow weedy water, but the need for pipe work external to the hull is a severe limitation

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    We offer marine heat exchangers, Mercruiser heat exchangers, marine water pumps and other marine cooling systems parts. We only can assist you in determining the best all around product for your particular application.  Marine heat system are the most common way to cool a boat's engine, using the lake, river or ocean water in which the boat floats. Since this water may be corrosive the engine may be cooled by a sealed mixture of distilled water and antifreeze. Heat from the water-antifreeze mixture is then transferred to the ocean (or lake or river) water which flows into a heat system. The water-antifreeze mixture runs through the heat exchanger dumping heat, but remaining separate from corrosive salts and chemicals found in the water the boat is floating in. If the ocean water eventually corrodes and ruins the heat system it can be replaced at a fraction of the cost of replacing the engine.   To protect the marine heat exchanger from corrosive salts, a sacrificial zinc anode is screwed into the heat exchanger. This anode must be periodically replaced as part of regular maintenance.   Because the water the boat floats in may be contaminated with floating particles such as wood or styrofoam balls the well designed boat will have a filter (often stainless steel mesh) to remove these particles before they are moved toward the heat exchanger. This filter must be periodically cleaned or else the flow of water to the heat exchanger will become obstructed and the engine will overheat.   Ocean water is caused to flow through the heat exchanger by an impeller, often made of rubber and looking like a paddle wheel. Impellers commonly fail by having their paddles fall off and when this happens the engine will overheat unless promptly shut off. Many marine engines using heat exchangers have a grease reservoir for the impeller. In such cases a screw is often made part of the reservoir and is turned a small amount periodically, such as once a month, to apply a bit of grease to the rubber impeller to reduce friction and prolong its life.   A consequence of using a heat exchanger on an in-hull marine engine is that there must be a thru-hull opening below the waterline to admit the ocean water to the marine heat exchanger. Most boats with this arrangement have a valve which closes this hole when the boat is unattended so that a leak in the cooling system will not cause the boat to fill with water and eventually sink.   There are three methods employed for water-cooled marine petrol and diesel engines: direct, heat exchanger and keel cooling. Direct cooling of the cylinders and heads by seawater is unsatisfactory, because the engine – which was probably originally designed for radiator cooling – will run too cold and the sea-water will eventually ruin the cylinder block and heads. Our cooler is suitable for small boats operating in shallow weedy water, but the need for pipe work external to the hull is a severe limitation. Heat exchanger cooling is the most common method, the seawater being isolated in components which can be designed to withstand its corrosive affect. The closed fresh-water circuit can be thermostatically controlled so that the engine operates at its design temperature. Our heat exchangers are high-quality products incorporating both the best materials and the latest technical features. The tube stack is fully floating, thus minimizing thermal stresses, and it can easily be removed should cleaning be necessary. Our heat exchanger header tanks prevent aeration of the engine water circuit which must be designed so that the system is self-venting on initial filling.It is usual for all the components in the seawater circuit to be in series, the gearbox-oil and engine-oil coolers being on the suction side of the sea-water pump and the heat exchanger and any sea-water-cooled exhaust manifolds being on the discharge side. In the case of turbocharged engines the charge air cooler should receive the sea-water first so that the lowest possible air temperature is obtained. The sea-water outlet from the heat exchanger should be from the end cover equipped with the upper connection, this ensures that the tube stack is always full of water. The gearbox cooler size will depend on the type of transmission used, but it will usually be a size smaller than the engine-oil cooler. If preferred, the oil coolers can be fresh-water-cooled; these will need to be larger owing to the higher water temperature but need not be suitable for sea-water and can be taken from our leaflet ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION OIL COOLERS.   A water-jacketed exhaust manifold is necessary on marine engines to reduce the temperature of the engine-room air space and the exhaust pipe. If the exhaust manifold is in the sea-water circuit it should be installed with the sea-water inlet at the back and the outlet at the front on the top to ensure that it operates completely full of sea-water. If the manifold is in the fresh-water circuit a small by-pass hole must be provided in the thermostat to ensure that some water is circulating through the manifold at ail times.   Our development is to combine a water jacketed exhaust manifold with the heat exchanger and header tank. This arrangement is particularly suitable for small series-produced engines; the manifold is cooled by fresh water and as a result a keel-cooled engine can be made by omitting the heat exchanger tube stack and the sea-water pump. On installation the fresh-water outlet from the manifold would be connected to the keel pipes and the return taken back to the engine fresh-water pump. Heat exchanger/manifold assemblies are heavier than ordinary marine manifolds and must therefore be supported on the underside using the fixing lugs provided.   When automotive engines are being converted for marine use the existing centrifugal-type pump should be retained for the fresh-water circuit and an additional pump fitted for the sea-water circuit. The sea water pipe bore should be chosen so that the velocity does not exceed 2 m/sec on the suction side and 3 m/sec on the discharge side of the pump. If the engine is being used to drive auxiliary equipment in a ship and the sea water supply is taken from the ship's main, ensure that the recommended flow rate cannot be exceeded.

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  • Marine Heat Exchanger

    Marine Heat Exchanger

    80,000 Per Piece

    1 Piece (MOQ)

    Application : Hydraulic and Industrial Process, Mining & Construction Industry, Power Generation

    Type : Shell & Tube

    Features : Durable, High performance, Easy to install

    Used : Oil

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  • Marine Heat Exchanger

    Marine Heat Exchanger

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    Marine heat exchangers are the most common way to cool a boat's/ship engine, using the lake, river or Sea water in which the boat floats. Direct cooling of the cylinders and heads by sea-water is unsatisfactory because sea water will eventually ruin the cylinder block and heads. Since this water may be corrosive the engine may be cooled by a sealed mixture of distilled/Fresh water and antifreeze. Heat from the water-antifreeze mixture is then transferred to the Sea (or lake or river) water which flows into a heat exchanger. The water-antifreeze mixture runs through the heat exchanger dumping heat, but remaining separate from corrosive salts and chemicals found in the water the boat is floating in. If the Sea water eventually corrodes and ruins the heat exchanger it can be replaced at a fraction of the cost of replacing the engine.

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    marine heat exchangers

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    We offered with a wide range of marine heat exchangers. Our range of marine heat exchangers is made out of the highest quality of raw materials that are procured out of our reliable vendors. They provide our clients with the best service possible. These are long lasting and durable.

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  • Marine Heat Exchanger

    Marine Heat Exchanger

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    These types of Heat exchangers are having two divisions one is shell and other is Tubes. Here One fluid runs through the tubes, and another fluid flows over the tubes (through the shell) to transfer heat between the two fluids. For this purpose seamlessERW or Rolled pipes are used for shell. And Seamless tubes are used for Tubes. Our Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Design Process Contains Two Parts - Thermal and Mechanical Design.

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    Marine Heat Exchanger

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    The water-antifreeze mixture runs through the heat exchanger dumping heat, but remaining separate from corrosive salts and chemicals found in the water the boat is floating in. If the ocean water eventually corrodes and ruins the heat exchanger it can be replaced at a fraction of the cost of replacing the engine. To protect the marine heat exchanger from corrosive salts, a sacrificial zinc anode is screwed into the heat exchanger. This anode must be periodically replaced as part of regular maintenance. Because the water the boat floats in may be contaminated with floating particles such as wood or styrofoam balls the well designed boat will have a filter to remove these particles before they are moved toward the heat exchanger. Because the cooling water (which is chemically treated fresh water) is at a temperature of 70-80 degrees C, it would not be possible to flash off any water vapour unless the pressure in the heat exhanger vessel was dropped. To alleviate this problem, a brine-air ejector venturi is used to create a vacuum inside the vessel. Partial evaporation is achieved and the vapour passes through a demister before reaching the condenser section. Sea water is pumped through the condenser section to cool the vapour sufficiently to precipitate it. The distillate gathers in a tray, from where it is pumped to the storage tanks. Marine heat exchanger is the most common way to cool a boat's engine, using the lake, river / ocean water in which the boat floats. Since this water may be corrosive the engine may be cooled by a sealed mixture of distilled water and antifreeze. Heat from the water-antifreeze mixture is then transferred to the ocean (or lake or river) water which flows into a heat exchanger. A water-jacketed exhaust manifold is necessary on marine engines to reduce the temperature of the engine-room air space and the exhaust pipe. If the exhaust manifold is in the sea-water circuit it should be installed with the sea-water inlet at the back and the outlet at the front on the top to ensure that it operates completely full of sea-water.

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  • Marine Heat Exchanger

    Marine Heat Exchanger

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    Marine Heat Exchangers exhaust manifold is necessary on marine engines to reduce the temperature of the engine-room air space and the exhaust pipe. Our development is to combine a water jacketed exhaust manifold with the heat exchanger and header tank. This arrangement is particularly suitable for small series-produced engines; the manifold is cooled by fresh water and as a result a keel-cooled engine can be made by omitting the heat exchanger tube stack and the sea-water pump. On installation the fresh-water outlet from the manifold would be connected to the keel pipes and the return taken back to the engine fresh-water pump.

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  • Marine Heat Exchanger

    Marine Heat Exchanger

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    Hitech Equipments range of heat exchanger are marine heat exchanger, industrial heat exchanger and heat exchanger that Marine Heat Exchangerswe present has been designed and developed in adherence with various international quality Marine Heat Exchangersstandards. These have a compact design and style of construction of the plate arrangement, which allows enhanced performance in Marine Heat Exchangers.

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    Marine Heat Exchanger

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    The water-antifreeze mixture runs through the heat exchanger dumping heat, but remaining separate from corrosive salts and chemicals found in the water the boat is floating in. If the ocean water eventually corrodes and ruins the heat exchanger it can be replaced at a fraction of the cost of replacing the engine. To protect the marine heat exchanger from corrosive salts, a sacrificial zinc anode is screwed into the heat exchanger. This anode must be periodically replaced as part of regular maintenance. Because the water the boat floats in may be contaminated with floating particles such as wood or styrofoam balls the well designed boat will have a filter to remove these particles before they are moved toward the heat exchanger.Because the cooling water (which is chemically treated fresh water) is at a temperature of 70-80 degrees C, it would not be possible to flash off any water vapour unless the pressure in the heat exhanger vessel was dropped. To alleviate this problem, a brine-air ejector venturi is used to create a vacuum inside the vessel. Partial evaporation is achieved and the vapour passes through a demister before reaching the condenser section. Sea water is pumped through the condenser section to cool the vapour sufficiently to precipitate it. The distillate gathers in a tray, from where it is pumped to the storage tanks.

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  • Marine Heat Exchanger

    Marine Heat Exchanger

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    Marine heat exchangers are the most common way to cool a boat's engine, using the lake, river or ocean water in which the boat floats. Since this water may be corrosive, the engine may be cooled by a sealed mixture of distilled water and antifreeze. Heat from the water–antifreeze mixture is then transferred to the ocean (or lake or river) water which flows into a heat exchanger. To protect the marine heat exchanger from corrosive salts, a sacrificial zinc anode is screwed into the heat exchanger. This anode must be periodically replaced as part of regular maintenance. Because the water the boat floats in may be contaminated with floating particles such as wood or other detritus most boats will have a filter (often stainless steel mesh) to remove these particles before they flow through the heat exchanger. This filter must be periodically cleaned or else the flow of water to the heat exchanger will become obstructed and the engine will overheat.

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  • Marine Heat Exchanger

    Marine Heat Exchanger

    10,000 Per Piece

    1 Piece (MOQ)

    Surface Finish : Coated

    Outlet Temperature : 10 Degree C

    Flow Rate : 10 LMP

    Flanges : 2 inch

    Inlet Temperature : 50 Degree C

    Size : 600MM

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  • Marine Plate Heat Exchanger

    Marine Plate Heat Exchanger

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    We have well-connected and capacious warehouse that helps us in arranging products systematically to deal with urgent deliveries and orders. Our exceptionally good warehouse system helps us in keeping the products safe till the final dispatch. With our brilliant logistics network, we are capable to deliver the orders within the postulated time frame. The offered Marine Plate Heat Exchanger is available in different thicknesses varying from 0.3-6.0mm and more. 

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  • Marine Heat Exchanger

    Marine Heat Exchanger

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    The company is a renowned Exporter and Supplier of <strong>Marine Heat Exchanger,</strong> which efficiently treats distilled water and antifreeze. The Marine Heat Exchanger transfers the heat from water-antifreeze combine to the incoming water from the water body. The efficiency of the Marine Heat Exchanger, as well as its long service life, ensures that the equipment is worth investing in.

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  • Marine Heat Exchanger

    Marine Heat Exchanger

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    Marine heat exchangers are the most common way to cool a boat’s engine, using the lake, river or ocean water in which the boat floats. Since this water may be corrosive the engine may be cooled by a sealed mixture of distilled water and antifreeze. Heat from the water-antifreeze mixture is then transferred to the ocean (or lake or river) water which flows into a heat exchanger. The water-antifreeze mixture runs through the heat exchanger dumping heat, but remaining separate from corrosive salts and chemicals found in the water the boat is floating in. If the ocean water eventually corrodes and ruins the heat exchanger it can be replaced at a fraction of the cost of replacing the engine. To protect the marine heat exchanger from corrosive salts, a sacrificial zinc anode is screwed into the heat exchanger. This anode must be periodically replaced as part of regular maintenance. Because the water the boat floats in may be contaminated with floating particles such as wood or styrofoam balls the well designed boat will have a filter (often stainless steel mesh) to remove these particles before they are moved toward the heat exchanger. This filter must be periodically cleaned or else the flow of water to the heat exchanger will become obstructed and the engine will overheat.   Marine Uses:- A water-jacketed exhaust manifold is necessary on marine engines to reduce the temperature of the engine-room air space and the exhaust pipe. If the exhaust manifold is in the sea-water circuit it should be installed with the sea-water inlet at the back and the outlet at the front on the top to ensure that it operates completely full of sea-water. If the manifold is in the fresh-water circuit a small by-pass hole must be provided in the thermostat to ensure that some water is circulating through the manifold at ail times. Our development is to combine a water jacketed exhaust manifold with the heat exchanger and header tank. This arrangement is particularly suitable for small series-produced engines; the manifold is cooled by fresh water and as a result a keel-cooled engine can be made by omitting the heat exchanger tube stack and the sea-water pump. On installation the fresh-water outlet from the manifold would be connected to the keel pipes and the return taken back to the engine fresh-water pump. Heat exchanger/manifold assemblies are heavier than ordinary marine manifolds and must therefore be supported on the underside using the fixing lugs provided. When automotive engines are being converted for marine use the existing centrifugal-type pump should be retained for the fresh-water circuit and an additional pump fitted for the sea-water circuit. The sea water pipe bore should be chosen so that the velocity does not exceed 2 m/sec on the suction side and 3 m/sec on the discharge side of the pump. Specifications : Large ships usually carry evaporating plants to produce fresh water, thus reducing their reliance on shore-based supplies. Steam ships must be able to produce high quality distillate in order to maintain boiler-water levels. Diesel engined ships often utilise waste heat as an energy source for producing fresh water. In this system, the engine cooling water is passed through a heat exchanger, where it is cooled by concentrated sea water. Because the cooling water (which is chemically treated fresh water) is at a temperature of 70-80 degrees C, it would not be possible to flash off any water vapour unless the pressure in the heat exhanger vessel was dropped. Partial evaporation is achieved and the vapour passes through a demister before reaching the condenser section. Sea water is pumped through the condenser section to cool the vapour sufficiently to precipitate it. Applications : The distillate gathers in a tray, from where it is pumped to the storage tanks. A Salinometer monitors salt content and diverts the flow of distillate from the storage tanks if the salt content exceeds the alarm limit. Sterilisation is carried out after the evaporator. Evaporators are usually of the shell-and-tube type (known as an Atlas Plant or of the Plate Type such as the type designed by Alfa Laval. Temperature, production and vacuum are controlled by regulating the system valves. Sea water temperature can interfere with production, as can fluctuations in engine load. For this reason, the evaporator is adjusted as seawater temperature changes, and shut down altogether when the ship is manoeuvring. Advantages : An alternative in some vessels, such as naval ships and passenger ships, is the use of the Reverse Osmosis principle for fresh water production instead of evaporators. If the engine is being used to drive auxiliary equipment in a ship and the sea water supply is taken from the ship’s main, ensure that the recommended flow rate cannot be exceeded. To alleviate this problem, a brine-air ejector venturi is used to create a vacuum inside the vessel.

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    Marine Heat Exchanger

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    Marine Heat Exchanger, Refrigerant heat exchanger, heat exchanger parts

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    Marine Heat Exchanger

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    Marine Heat Exchanger, Mist Eliminators, Air Cooled Heat Exchanger

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