In principle, heat exchangers are non-rotary energy-producing machines in which energy is transferred by heat flow between systems. A plate creating the heat transfer surface separates individual media.
- According to the design of heat transfer surface tubular and plate heat exchangers are the most widely used.
- Tubular heat exchangers can be classified according to different criteria such as horizontal and vertical ones.
- The tube bundle may consist of two tube sheets and a system of straight tubes or a single tube sheet and U-tubes.
- The tubes may be plain straight, spiral or finned etc.
- The tube material may be carbon steel, corrosion resistant steel, titanium, non-ferrous metals and alloys.
- The plate heat exchangers usually consist of a system of stamped sheet metal allowing media flow.
This is one of the most traditional products in regard to a large variety of types, shapes, design layout, size, output and use. As their producer, PBS INDUSTRY has been in the market for more than 50 years attracting a wide range of customers at home and abroad. These involve direct deliveries to end customers as well as a form of subcontracting within large investment units.