April 2007

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Heat exchangers improve biodiesel processing Tranter's line of all-welded plate heat exchangers claim to improve operations in high-capacity biodiesel plants. These gasketless units are compatible wi..

Heat exchangers improve biodiesel processing Tranter's line of all-welded plate heat exchangers claim to improve operations in high-capacity biodiesel plants. These gasketless units are compatible with liquids, gases and aggressive media. They work successfully in applications such as flash heaters, condensers, reboilers, preheaters and coolers, and in heat recovery and recycling. The exchangers can be designed for less than a 1°C (2°F) temperature approach. Corrugated plates induce inherent turbulence, reducing fouling tendencies.  The SUPERMAX shell-and-plate standard unit offers maximum pressures of 69 barg (1,000 psig) and temperatures of 538°C (1,000°F).

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