As a more affordable plate heat exchanger option, water to air heat exchangers eliminate costly expenditures that arise from fluid handling in liquid to liquid heat exchangers. Water to air heat exchangers can also function as air to water heat exchangers and some of their many applications include air conditioning, dehumidification, residential heating, process cooling, refrigeration and waste heat recovery. Read More…
Enerquip Thermal SolutionsMedford, 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.$$$
Mason Manufacturing LLCDecatur, IL | 217-422-2770
Mason Manufacturing is a custom fabricator of shell and tube heat exchangers, ASME pressure vessels, columns, and tanks. Located in Decatur, Illinois, Mason has over 60 years of experience providing customers with custom fabricated vessels that conform to customer specifications, applicable codes, accepted industry standards and that are consistently shipped on time with competitive pricing. It’s our promise.$$$
AIC Inc.Oakville, ON | 888-738-1350
Advanced Industrial Components Inc. (AIC) is a heat exchanger manufacturer specializing in a broad range and selection of quality heat transfer products. AIC heat exchanger product lines range from shell and tube heat exchangers, and brazed plate heat exchangers, to stainless steel indirect water heaters. Contact AIC to learn more about our diverse heat exchanger product lines.$$$
Yula CorporationBronx, NY | 718-991-0900
Yula has been an engineer and fabricator of quality sanitary, industrial and process heat exchangers since 1926. Because Yula custom manufactures its heat exchangers, your project can be designed with or without features and options according to your particular requirements. Let us quote you today.$$$
ThermofinCandiac, QC | 450-444-4405
Since 1993, Thermofin has designed, manufactured and marketed a large range of high quality heat transfer products. Over the years, Thermofin has become one of Canada’s main heat exchanger manufacturer and one of North America’s leading manufacturer of extruded aluminum finned tubes. Our company is more than a heat exchanger manufacturer or designer. We are a team of efficiency-driven heat exchanger creators who will work with you to find a solution for your application. Contact us today to learn more!$$$
Hayden Industrial ProductsCorona, CA | 800-854-4757
Hayden Industrial Products is a full-line ISO 9001 and ASME-certified manufacturer of heat exchangers designed specifically for industrial applications. A unique mix of product designs and manufacturing capabilities supports the demands of power generation, construction, fluid power and other industries.$$$
Often used in industrial, commercial and residential industries, water to air heat exchangers are also beneficial for industries such as pharmaceutical, marine, automotive, aerospace, oil and gas, medical, semiconductor, photonics and HVAC. The functions of water to water heat exchangers or water to air heat exchangers are very similar to air cooled chillers and depending on their size can be used in spaces ranging from a single room to 6000 square feet industrial workshops.
Typically, water to air heat exchangers are designed in plate, flat plate or plate and frame configurations; these designs are commonly used to transfer heat between liquid and gases. Gases do not transfer heat as easily as liquids; however plate heat exchangers have a larger partition's surface area than shell and tube heat exchangers which enables plate configurations to offer faster and more efficient heat transference to gases.
Most water to air heat exchangers consist of a series of interlocking, thin, corrugated metal plates which are fabricated into a closed structure and use an inlet and an outlet to receive and discharge water and air. Heated water is then forced to flow on one side of a plate while the comparatively cooler air flows on the other side; the large surface area of the plate enables the easy transference of heat between the heated water and air.
There are tubes that connect the plates and ensure that the water and air flow never mix while flowing through the heat exchanger. The thermal energy only flows from the hotter to the cooler in an attempt to reach equilibrium at an even temperature. Water to air heat exchangers are largely constructed from materials such as steel, titanium, copper, bronze, stainless steel, aluminum or cast iron.