We explain how to service shell and tube heat exchangers, through standard maintenance and cleaning, dealing with corrosion, and handling fouling.
Heat exchangers are the unsung heroes of the food industry. They are responsible for proper refrigeration and sanitization. They heat water needed for good pasteurization and sterilization. Without heat exchangers, the quality of the food we eat daily would be compromised. But the scope of the work and benefit of heat exchangers goes far beyond…Read more
Fluorotherm explains what shell and tube heat exchangers actually do and what sets theirs part from the rest.
As the name suggests, Fluorotherm’s heat shrink tubing is a thermoplastic tube that constricts (i.e., shrinks) when exposed to high temperatures. The aptly named component protects the sensitive parts of mechanisms, and it is most commonly used around individual wires or even bundles of them. Thanks to the versatility and ease of use of heat…Read more