The steam heat exchanger is used for drying and heating, and is composed of a carbon steel frame and a finned heat pipe. Steam heat exchangers should be corrosion and wear resistant and have a long service life. The surface is smooth, not dusty and easy to clean, and the finned steam radiator should be designed to match the overall aesthetic. Industrial workshops, mines, drying rooms, etc. are the places where steam heat exchangers are most used. Unlike ordinary heating, industrial heating is purchased, installed, used, and maintained. If there is a problem, the time is small. Larger delays the progress of industrial production and affects the company's efficiency.
The steam heat exchanger should have certain mechanical strength and pressure bearing capacity; the structural form should be easy to be combined into the required heat dissipation area, the structure size should be small, occupy less room area and space, and the production process of the finned radiator should meet the large quantity. Production requirements.
The less metal consumption the unit heat of the steam heat exchanger delivers to the room, the lower the cost and the better the economy. The metal heat strength of a finned steam radiator is a measure of the economics of a radiator. The metal heat strength refers to the difference between the average temperature of the heat medium in the radiator and the indoor air temperature is 1 °C. The heat dissipated per unit of mass of heat radiator per unit time. This indicator can be used as an indicator to measure the economics of the same material radiator. For finned radiators of various materials, the economic evaluation standard should be measured by the cost per unit of radiator heat dissipation (yuan/w).
The higher the heat transfer coefficient K of the steam heat exchanger, the better the heat dissipation performance. The method of increasing the heat dissipation amount of the radiator and increasing the heat transfer coefficient of the fin-type steam radiator can increase the heat dissipation area of the outer wall to increase the flow velocity of the surrounding air and increase the radiation intensity of the radiator.