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Air to air heat exchangers are mechanical ventilation systems that can help prevent exposure to harmful fumes and gases that are often a result of industrial and chemical processes. They can also be used to help reduce humidity levels in the air, thus removing a major cause of mold, mildew and corrosive damage to a building system. Read More…

Air to Air Heat Exchangers Air to air heat exchangers are those heat exchangers that work with the process of heating, cooling or otherwise refreshing the air within a space. Industries such as commercial, residential, food processing and manufacturing use air to air heat exchangers or water to air heat exchangers to help control the conditions of interior air. Incoming air can be heated or cooled depending on the seasons and environment, and on the desired interior atmosphere.
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Coon Valley, WI  |  608-452-3103

IHT is an ASME/PED MILSPEC qualified custom manufactuer of continuous plate fin and tube based heat transfer solutions. Our continuous fins give you the highest performance to coil face area ratio allowing for smaller units with faster ROI.

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Industrial Heat Transfer, Inc. $$$

Medford, WI  |  715-748-5888

Enerquip is your trusted shell and tube heat exchanger partner. Our in-house, thermal design engineers and ASME welders and fabricators can design and build custom engineered solutions for your company’s specific needs. Our experience and expertise have earned us a preferred supplier status with leading companies in the pharmaceutical, food and beverage, cannabis, personal care, chemical, refining, and renewable energy markets. When you need a solution that is guaranteed to work, trust the helpful heat exchanger experts at Enerquip.

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Enerquip, LLC $$$

Decatur, IL  |  217-422-2770

Mason Manufacturing is a custom fabricator of shell and tube heat exchangers, ASME pressure vessels, columns, and tanks. Located in Decatur, Illinois, Mason has over 60 years of experience providing customers with custom fabricated vessels that conform to customer specifications, applicable codes, accepted industry standards and that are consistently shipped on time with competitive pricing. It’s our promise.

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Mason Manufacturing LLC $$$

Newberry, SC  |  704-907-6662

Since 1986, Thermaflo Incorporated has excelled in the selling, engineering, maintaining, and now the production of steam fired hot water heaters and condensate return systems. Because of our holistic history, we know how to manufacture top-tier equipment built to last, including heat exchangers, water heaters, pumps, valves, and more. We have three specialized divisions: the Water Heater & Hydronic Group, the Feed Water & Clean Steam Group, and the Steam Specialties & Systems Group.

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Thermaflo Engineering Co. $$$

Milwaukee, WI  |  800-488-0230

Anguil designs, manufactures, installs and services heat and energy recovery systems for industrial applications and manufacturing operations. By utilizing waste heat from energy consuming processes, Anguil heat exchanger technologies reduce a company’s operating costs, lower their carbon footprint and lessen their energy consumption. Our track record includes the ability to blend time-tested, standard products with innovative, custom engineered solutions.

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Anguil Environmental Systems, Inc. $$$
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A plate heat exchanger works by moving the already heated air on one side of the exchanger plate or barrier, and moving the cooler air, or incoming air on the other side of the plate. Heat from the outgoing air is transferred through the plate to the cooler air where it is absorbed. Therefore, exhaust air is released in a cooler state as some heat has been transferred, and the air coming in enters warmed.

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Air to air heat exchangers are available in many sizes and constructions, and can be used in bathrooms, living rooms, hotels and offices, shopping centers and factories etc.

Recent trends toward tightly built homes and buildings have seen energy loss and expenditure reduced, but also can create an unhealthy stuffiness within a building if the air is never recirculated. It is important to refresh the air within an enclosed space, and air to air heat exchangers help in this process, while still conserving energy. In fact, a large portion of the energy of outgoing air can be used to process and heat the incoming air, thus saving up to 80% of energy in the exchange.

In industrial situations, air to air heat exchangers are used in the process of waste heat recovery. The waste heat given off as a result of manufacturing or chemical processes can be redirected to use to heat incoming air to maintain a comfortable interior temperature. In air to air heat exchangers, the two sources of air are typically separated and do not come into contact with each other, making this an ideal process for an industrial or chemical manufacturing situation where the waste air may contain fumes or toxins.

Heat exchangers can also prevent the contamination of interior air from outdoor particles and elements through the use of sleeves or grills and filters. The energy savings by using heat from an already existing source will add up considerably over time.

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