Block hole graphite heat exchanger working principle
The heat exchanger is assembled from stacked graphite blocks and then using Teflon gaskets. These graphite blocks are filled with holes, and the positions of the holes are arranged in rows, so the heat can be transferred out through the graphite holes. Corrosive process media flows through these axially aligned process holes. The service heating or cooling medium flows through the horizontal transverse holes, and then flows through the baffles in the cavity between the metal and the graphite block. The whole set of equipment is compressed by a special spring.
Graphite heat exchanger and graphite condenser application:
It is mainly used for heat exchange of corrosive media such as hydrochloric acid, sulfuric acid, acetic acid and phosphoric acid, such as condensers for acetic acid and acetic anhydride. Mainly used in chlor-alkali chemical industry, petrochemical industry, fluoride salt, titanium dioxide, zirconium industry, chloroacetic acid, chlorinated paraffin, monocrystalline silicon fluoride chemical industry and other production industries.
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