This enables the Compabloc to pack as much heat transfer capability into just 3 cubic metres as an equivalent, conventional tubular exchanger
with a heal transfer area of 1000[m.
For more than 60 years, the Tubular Exchanger
Manufacturers Association (TEMA) has delivered cutting-edge technology to the heat-exchange industry.
Analysis and review is enhanced through the generation of quick and easy Tubular Exchanger
Manufacturers Association (TEMA) exchanger data sheets in both HTML and Excel formats.
The segmental growth rates are forecast to vary quite widely from the low values of 20 per cent - from 1994 to 1999 - for both tubular exchanger
segments, to high values of 26.
If refiners employed Plate Heat Exchnagers instead of tubular exchangers
, the difference in efficiency levels (thermal efficiency is 200-300% greater in sugar applications) means that they could employ lower grade heat sources such as condensate or low pressure vapour in place of expensive steam for many parts of the process.
f], has been dubbed the "fouling factor" by the Tubular Exchangers
Manufacturers Association (TEMA), whose listings of [R.
Pricing and Distribution II-19 Pricing Behavior by Product Segment II-19 Shell and Tube Exchangers II-19 Other Tubular Exchangers
II-19 Plate and Frame Exchangers II-19 Other Plate and Frame Exchangers II-19 Air Coolers II-19 Cooling Towers II-20 Others II-20 Pricing Behavior by End-Use Segment II-20 Chemicals Applications II-20 Fuel Processing II-20 HVAC and Refrigeration II-20 Food and Beverage Applications II-21 Other Applications II-21 Utilities II-21 General Engineering II-21 Others II-21 Distribution by End-Use Segment II-21
PRICING AND DISTRIBUTION II-42 Pricing Behavior by Product Segment II-42 Shell and Tube Exchangers II-42 Other Tubular Exchangers
II-42 Plate and Frame Exchangers II-42 Other Plate and Frame Exchangers II-42 Air Cooled Heat Exchangers II-42 Cooling Towers II-43 Others II-43 Pricing Behavior by End-Use Segment II-43 Chemicals Applications II-43 Industrial HVAC and Refrigeration II-43 Food and Beverage Applications II-43 Other Applications II-44 Utilities II-44 General Engineering II-44 Others II-44 Distribution by End-Use Segment II-44 6.
PRICING AND DISTRIBUTION II-33 Pricing Behavior by Product Segment II-33 Shell and Tube Exchangers II-33 Other Tubular Exchangers
II-33 Plate and Frame Exchangers II-33 Other Plate and Frame Exchangers II-33 Air Cooled Heat Exchangers II-33 Cooling Towers II-34 Others II-34 Pricing Behavior by End-Use Segment II-34 Chemicals Applications II-34 Fuel Processing II-34 HVAC and Refrigeration II-34 Food and Beverage Applications II-35 Other Applications II-35 Utilities II-35 General Engineering II-35 Others II-35 Distribution by End-Use Segment II-36
APEX also offers a range of tubular exchangers
of proprietary or conventional design used as heat recovery units for a diversity of fired and non-fired installations.