Heat exchanger

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A heat exchanger is a device used to efficiently transfer heat from one fluid to another. The fluids may be separated to avoid direct contact or mixing.

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  • Adiabatic wheel heat exchanger
  • Double pipe heat exchanger
  • Dynamic scraped surface heat exchanger
  • Fluid heat exchanger
  • Phase-change heat exchanger
  • Pillow plate heat exchanger
  • Plate and shell heat exchanger
  • Plate fin heat exchanger
  • Plate heat exchanger
  • Shell and tube heat exchanger
  • Waste Heat Recovery Unit heat exchanger

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