Selection and manufacturing materials for heat transfer oil radiators
The choice of the heat transfer oil radiator is the form, and the choice of a reasonable form is focused on the materials used. Steel, iron, copper, aluminum, etc. are often used to make radiators. The advantages and disadvantages of the radiators manufactured by the doors are also different. Differently explain some of the conditions of some materials.
The steel tube type radiator is divided into a thin wall type and a thick wall type. Thin-wall type is common in civilian use and thick-wall is common in industry, mainly distinguishing wall thickness and mainly affecting safety.
Steel high-frequency welding finned tube convection radiator is more common in industrial and civil hot water or steam heating systems with closed or open systems, wall thickness and thick wall type, the main features are high thermal efficiency, high safety and durability.
The performance of the aluminum radiator is not different from that of the copper and aluminum. The main disadvantages are the physical properties of the material and the alkali corrosion.
Copper-aluminum composite radiators are mostly used for civilian use. They are safe, hot, and light, but they are also expensive.
Different materials have different comprehensive performance. Choosing the right one should distinguish the comprehensive performance of the materials. You can refer to the following aspects:
2, corrosion resistance
3, the service life
4, heat metering
5, occupying space
6, resistance to deformation
7, hot price
8, the use of the environment such as civilian, industrial, etc.