Modular heat exchanger made from heat tubes in comparision to conventional exchangers is characterized by:

  • Heat transfer occurs in such a way as to isothermal temperature changes do not occur — along the exchanger as is the case in traditional practices;
  • High durability and service life of the exchanger-each part of the exchanger is a separate part of working independently (heat exchanger composed of tubes filled with heat;
  • Damage to one of the tubes, heat is not significantly affected by the work of the rest of the heat exchanger — damage to one of the tube causes a decrease of about 0.1% of the heat exchanger efficiency);
  • High efficiency of total heat transfer associated with a large number of individual tubes for high-efficiency heat;
  • Small pressure declines both in the installation of a heat source and the receiving installation, heat-flow of both factors is carried out on the outside of the heating tube sections with large diameters compared to conventional heat exchangers;
  • High tightness of equipment and the lack of opportunities for leaking one medium to another;
  • The simplicity of design and ease of installation, servicing and periodic cleaning;
  • The simplicity of the action — the system works on the principle of the natural heat flow between the factors of different temperatures and does not require any additional contribution of energy;
  • A large amount of heat tube makes getting a large area of heat exchange and hence reducing the overall dimensions of the exchanger;
  • Modular heat exchangers are protected from freezing (water) and the condensation of harmful chemical compounds that can cause corrosion.
Founds for innovations
The project is funded by the European Regional Development Fund under the Operational Programme Innovative Economy