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What Are The Advantages of Integrated Heat Exchange Refrigerated Air Dryers

Compared with shell and tube refrigerated air dryers, what are the advantages of integrated heat exchange refrigerated air dryers?

We can divide it into integrated heat exchanger refrigerated air dryers and conventional shell tube refrigerated air dryers, which are distinguished according to their different heat exchange structural components. The integrated heat exchanger refrigerated air dryer is a market-upgraded compressed air post-processing equipment. Compared with the conventional shell tube refrigerated air dryers currently on the market, the performance and use have been greatly improved. Today I would like to briefly talk to you about the advantages of integrated heat-exchanger refrigerated air dryers compared to shell tube refrigerated air dryers.

What are the advantages of integrated heat-exchanger refrigerated air dryer:

Higher Heat Transfer Coefficient

Due to the structural characteristics of the heat exchanger in the integrated heat exchanger refrigerated air dryer, the heat transfer coefficient is high, generally 3 to 5 times that of the shell tube type. Therefore, it has higher cooling efficiency.

Lightweight And Smaller Footprint

The integrated heat-exchanger refrigerated air dryer has a compact structure, and because of its higher heat exchange efficiency, the integrated heat-exchanger refrigerated air dryer is smaller and lighter than the shell tube freeze dryer for the same amount of heat exchanged.

Not Easy to Rust

Different from the shell tube refrigerated air dryer, the shell material of the heat exchanger of the shell tube refrigerated air dryer is generally carbon steel. No matter what treatment is done, rust is inevitable, and the impurities that fall off after rust are often caused by evaporation. Internal leakage and clogged drains are the culprits. Most of the heat exchangers in integrated heat exchanger refrigerated air dryers are made of stainless steel. The plate heat exchanger itself will not rust, has a longer service life, and is applicable to more industries.