Heat exchangers, integral components in food production, are subject to challenging conditions such as unstable and humid environments, extreme temperatures, and exposure to various chemical compounds.
Over time, the likelihood of imperceptible defects smaller than an air molecule increases, posing risks to the heat exchanger’s performance. Therefore, it becomes essential to periodically recheck the tightness of heat exchangers to identify any potential flaws. This re-verification process ensures that the heat exchangers remain in optimal condition, promoting the safety and efficiency of food production.
Neglecting the timely replacement of a damaged element in the heat exchanger can have detrimental effects on the quality of the final product. It may also lead to equipment failure and, in the worst-case scenario, result in industrial injuries. By emphasizing the importance of rechecking the heat exchanger for tightness, manufacturers can maintain high-quality standards and prevent potential accidents.
The engineering aspect of maintaining a green and efficient operation necessitates regular re-verification of heat exchangers to uphold their performance, guarantee food safety, and mitigate any risks associated with faulty equipment.
< 30 microns
> 30 microns
Uses environmentally friendly hydrogen at a safe concentration of 10%.
Eliminates migration of media and refrigerant coolant dilution.