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The magic inside our tubular heat exchangers

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The magic inside our tubular heat exchangers

In a traditional heat exchanger, the parts are welded together, making them susceptible to the consequences of thermal stress. But allowing the parts in our tubular heat exchangers to expand and contract naturally, we can eliminate thermal stress altogether, as well as the associated cracks and corrosion. The design also enables easy maintenance and inspection, keeping your food products safe. An ingenious solution to prevent food contamination!

Watch to learn what happens when the parts of a tubular heat exchanger are allowed to expand and contract naturally.

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To learn more about how a floating protection system can help you avoid heat exchanger corrosion or cracking – and the resulting food safety risks – read this article.

If you want to know more about how a smooth weld inside a product-to-product tubular heat exchanger enables us to meet the most exacting hygiene standards, click here.

For more information, tips and inspiration on the topic of heat transfer in food and beverage applications, click here.

 

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