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A gas-to-gas heat pipe heat exchanger consists of a bundle of tubes, sometimes finned tubes, which are made up as individual heat pipes properly placed in a casing.

 

A gas-to-water heat pipe heat exchanger consists of a bundle of tubes, which are made up as individual heat pipes properly placed with the evaporation part in the exhaust gases from which the heat is to be recovered and with the condensation part in the water, which is to be heated.

 

 

This heat recovery unit has been working since 1997 and was designed to preheat the feeding water for a 20 t/h steam boiler in a Romanian furniture industry.

 

This heat recovery unit having a special design has been working since 1997 and was designed to preheat the feeding water for a 10 t/h steam boiler in a Romanian refinery.

 

 

This heat recovery system provides saturated steam and, at the same time, preheats the feeding water. The saturated steam is utilized for logs treatment in a Romanian wood industry factory.

 

 

The unit has been working since 1998 for a Romanian wood industry factory and is designed to preheat the feeding water for a steam generator during the summer and to preheat air for comfort during the winter.

 

 

This heat pipe heat exchanger can be designed for any heat recovery systems from hot exhausts having any rates and any temperatures in the range of 50 oC 400 oC.

 

 

This heat pipe heat exchanger can be designed to be utilized in any heat recovery systems from hot exhausts having any rates and any temperatures in the range of 50 oC 300 oC.

 


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