Our Heat Exchanger Rental unit is built for efficient heat transfer from one medium to another. Heat Exchangers are widely used in space heating, refrigeration, air conditioning, power plants, chemical plants, petrochemical plants, petroleum refineries, natural gas processing, and sewage treatment plants.
Many Process Cooling applications that use heat exchanger rental present unique challenges, including the corrosive potential of the product and construction materials used for the cooling equipment; required flows and temperatures are often outside the normal range for standard equipment, and: the complexity of the overall cooling solution can all be limiting factors in the successful implementation of a temporary Process Cooling solution.
Oftentimes, the only way to adequately heat or cool a process fluid is with a heat exchanger rentals rather than via direct contact with conventional cooling equipment. A Heat Exchanger Rental will keep the process fluid separate from the primary cooling liquid, while still allowing efficient heat transfer in process applications.
When sized properly, temporary chillers or cooling towers coupled with a heat exchanger rental will allow standard rental cooling equipment to operate within its design operating range and provide effective cooling to a process stream. This also provides significantly more flexibility since processes often require operation at varying conditions.
For example, cooling a volatile process liquid from 120° F to 60° F cannot be safely accomplished using a liquid chiller alone. By adding a heat exchanger rental with a secondary cooling loop through the heat exchanger, optimal cooling can be achieved. In this example, the chiller would cool the primary water stream from 55° F to 45° F, with the secondary loop cooling the process stream from 120° F to 60° F as desired. By creating a secondary cooling loop, the ability to properly cool the process stream on the process side of the heat exchanger is realized simply by varying the liquid flow of the primary water cooling loop.