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What is an industrial heat exchanger?

A heat exchanger is a piece of equipment that continually transfers heat from one medium to another.

The main two types of heat exchangers are:

How can our heat exchanger improve your business?

An indirect heat exchanger prevents the product to come into contact with air, gas, or any other heating agent to change the final temperature. Instead, they do so through conduction, radiation, or convection.

This type of heat technology is the most efficient and cost-effective and comes with numerous benefits:

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How do we achieve this?

Here at EnerTherm Engineering, we design heat exchangers from first principles. We begin with theoretical calculations to establish the heat duty, geometry, and tube requirement.

The design of our product follows BS and ASME standards. All our indirect heat exchangers are tested using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and Finite Element Analysis (FEA) to reduce the risk of failure from potential fouling and thermal stress risks.

This allows us to predict how the products would react in real-life scenarios, to ensure optimum performance, longevity, and our client satisfaction.

Support and Installation

Our engineers will ensure that your industrial heat exchanger installation performs well on-site and will offer as much additional time as you choose to analyse your data so that it makes sense to you.

With a background in statistical analysis and 6 sigma, our team has a thorough understanding of many industrial processes and will get the best out of your data in order to help with process optimisation if needed.


Contact us today to hear more!

Our team is dedicated to providing the best possible customer service and support, so don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or concerns.