How to select a heat transfer oil radiator?

- Nov 09, 2018-


The heat transfer oil radiator is an air heating system or drying room system mainly used in industrial large and medium-sized industrial radiators. The on-site conditions of the air heating system in use are: air volume and inlet air temperature. In the industrial fan heat exchangers it is classified into hot air heating, air conditioning, cooling, condensation, dehumidification, in various industries such as light industry, construction, machinery, textile, printing and dyeing, electronics, food, starch, medicine, metallurgy, painting, etc. Widely used in drying and other environments.


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Heat medium: Industrial heat sinks are generally distinguished by heat medium. Nowadays, steam type and hot water type are common. Heat transfer oil is a type of GL2 commonly used for fluid type media.


Specifications: The use of heat transfer oil radiators and other heat sinks has many different environments in terms of energy consumption and effect. It is necessary to select different specifications according to the conditions, such as fins.


Classification:


There are three types of industrial radiators: SRZ, GL, and RL.


1. SRZ type is applicable to steam system and hot water system, air heater mainly used for heating air, air heating by hot air heating, air conditioning system and drying device, and can be further divided according to the small distance of the film. The types are large, medium and small, etc., which are common in some industrial and mining enterprises and heating and ventilation systems of large buildings.


3, GL2 can be called double-loop, multi-circuit air heat exchanger, suitable for heat source steam or high-temperature water, cold source is water, the main application is common in some air heaters or air cooler equipment, is an economy Durable and versatile radiator. It is characterized by small heat pipe and tight fins, which are used in air conditioning, cooling and dehumidification projects of enterprises.


2, SRL type radiator, generally using steam hot water as a medium, widely used in heating projects such as: civil construction, hot air heating, etc., and achieved good results. A variety of specifications can be specified according to the heat load size.