Construction principle of air heat exchanger and bellows heat exchanger
The structure principle and characteristics of the air heat exchanger In order to reduce the energy consumption, an air heat exchanger is arranged in the flue to recover a large amount of waste heat in the flue gas, thereby saving fuel, reducing production cost, increasing combustion temperature and increasing the furnace. Yield. The air heat exchanger is an ideal equipment for waste heat utilization, and is widely used in various industrial furnaces such as steel rolling furnaces, heat treatment furnaces, and forging furnaces. There are many types of furnace air heat exchangers. At present, most of them use metal heat exchangers. The air heat exchangers use the exhaust heat from the kiln to preheat the air to a certain temperature and then return to the furnace for combustion or Used for other devices. The metal heat exchanger has the characteristics of small volume, high heat exchange efficiency, good rigor, and simple structure.