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What Are The Issues To Be Aware Of When Cleaning A Plate Cooler For Engineering?
Jul 13, 2017

Plate Cooler for Engineering after a period of time there will be a layer of thick dirt in the tube, then this requires us to carry out regular maintenance and cleaning, the correct cleaning Cooler for Engineering products is a very important step, the following is the cleaning precautions Introduction.

SUPERCHANGER plate heat exchangers for copper processing are available in two cleaning methods: manual cleaning and on-site cleaning. If conditions are met, the on-site cleaning system should be used wherever possible, since the in-place cleaning system can be used to pump water (or cleaning solution) into the interior of the unit without the need to disassemble the heat exchanger. If the in-place cleaning system is impractical to Guichang, the unit can be cleaned by manual cleaning. The following will focus on the in situ cleaning and cleaning steps to make some brief discussion.

Plate Cooler for Engineering plate cleaning precautions

(1) Do not use hydrochloric acid or water chloride with a concentration of more than 300 × 10-6 to wash the stainless steel plate.

(2) Do not use phosphoric acid or sulfuric acid to clean titanium plates.

(3) usually the concentration of cleaning solution should be less than 4% (except in special circumstances), cleaning solution temperature should not exceed 60 ℃.

How to prevent clogging of plate Cooler for Engineering? :

1) the operation of strict water quality off, the system must be in the water and softening of the softened water in the stringent water quality test, qualified to be injected into the pipe network.

2) In the heating system, the decontamination and the filter should be cleaned from time to time, and the cleaning in the pipe network should be kept to prevent the chiller from clogging.

3) Use a reasonable filter to ensure that the water content of the heat exchanger into the heat exchanger has been lower than the plate Cooler for Engineering for the particle diameter requirements.