The titanium tubular heat exchanger is a titanium heat exchanger made of a high-quality titanium tube that transfers part of the heat of the hot fluid to the cold fluid. Titanium heat exchangers rely on the many advantages of industrial pure titanium, which is a common equipment for chemical, petroleum, power, food and many other industrial sectors, and occupies an important position in production.
Material properties In practical use, the heat transfer effect of the titanium heat exchanger has a great relationship with the material and process characteristics of the heat exchanger. During the process of material concentration, solute or impurities often deposit on the heated surface, precipitate and crystallize to form a layer of scale, affecting heat transfer; some solute is heat-sensitive, and it may be deteriorated if it stays in the high temperature for too long; some materials have large corrosivity Or higher viscosity and so on.
In terms of physical properties, titanium heat exchangers have many advantages such as light weight and superior mechanical properties. Titanium has high strength and high tensile strength. Some steels have higher strength than titanium alloys, but titanium alloys have higher specific strength (ratio of tensile strength and density) than high-grade steels. In addition, titanium alloys have good heat resistance, low temperature toughness, and fracture toughness.