H352G Water to Air Heat Exchanger Accessory

H352G Water to Air Heat Exchanger Accessory

The H352G WATER TO AIR HEAT EXCHANGER ACCESSORY includes a series connected copper tube bundle with flexible flow and return hoses that is designed to fit the aperture in the Cross Flow Heat Exchanger H352 duct.

The flexible hoses connect to a small service console containing a water heater, reservoir, circulating pump and flowmeter.

The flow and return temperatures of the heated water are measured together with the water flow rate which is also adjustable. This allows investigation of the heat transfer at various operating conditions.

The use of a pressure measuring device in the service console allows the pressure drop in the heat exchanger to be recorded and related to the flow rate. This also allows investigation of the pump characteristics. For operator safety the service console has an internal high temperature cut out, miniature circuit breakers and overload cut out.

H352G Water to Air Heat Exchanger Accessory

The accessory includes a series connected copper tube bundle with flexible flow and return hoses that is designed to fit the aperture in the Cross Flow Heat Exchanger H352 duct. The flexible hoses connect to a small service console containing a water heater, reservoir, circulating pump and flowmeter.

The flow and return temperatures of the heated water are measured together with the water flow rate which is also adjustable. This allows investigation of the heat transfer at various operating conditions. The use of a pressure measuring device in the service console allows the pressure drop in the heat exchanger to be recorded and related to the flow rate. This also allows investigation of the pump characteristics.

For operator safety the service console has an internal high temperature cut out, miniature circuit breakers and overload cut out.

Requires the H352 Cross Flow Heat Exchanger for operation.

  • Determination of heat transfer rates of water and air together with the efficiency.
  • Determination of overall heat transfer coefficient and how this is affected by flow velocity.

Investigation of pressure drop in the heat exchanger at different flow rates and investigation of pump characteristics