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Brief Introduction to Heat Exchangers

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Series A

8

Series B

9

Series C

10

Series D

11

Series E

12

Series F

13

Series AM Series BM Series CM Series DM Series EM Series FM Oil Pressure Drop Data Sheet

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15

16

17

18

19

20

Series FS00-03

22

Series FS04-07

23

Series FS08-13

24

Series FS14-17

25

Series FS18-21

26

Series FS22-25

27

Series S1

29

Series S4

30

Series S7

31

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Data Sheets Manual PILAN® Brief Introduction to Heat Exchangers A heat exchanger is a device
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A heat exchanger is a device built for ef cient heat transfer from one uid to another, both uids are separated by a solid wall so that they never mix and are directly contacted thus avoiding contamination. They are widely used in industrial, marine, mining, automotive, chemical and process, Hot water Generation, solar energy, Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Systems. The exchange of heat (energy) from one unit to another is of essence in our today’s industry. In fact, no industrial processes to manufacture goods, heating and cooling homes and public places, energy generation and other daily activities could take place without this exchange of heat.

activities could take place without this exchange of heat. There are several sort of Heat Exchanger
activities could take place without this exchange of heat. There are several sort of Heat Exchanger

There are several sort of Heat Exchanger Desings, the shell and tube heat exchanger is usually the best for higher pressure appli- cations and consists of a series of nned tubes, through which one of the uids runs. The second uid runs over the nned tubes to be heated or cooled. Temperature and pressure resistance is set by the choice of materials of its components. The main advantage stems on the easy maintenance thanks to the removable tube stack although surface exchange id smaller than others thus requiring extra length.

Another type of heat exchanger is the plate heat exchanger. One is composed of multiple, thin, slightly-separated plates that have very large surface areas and uid ow passages for heat transfer. This stacked-plate arrangement can be more effective, in a given space, than the shell and tube heat exchanger. Advances in gasket and brazing technology have made the plate type heat exchan- ger increasingly practical. In HVAC applications, large heat exchangers of this type are called plate-and-frame; when used in open loops, these heat exchangers are normally of the gasketed type to allow periodic disassembly, cleaning, and inspection. There are many types of permanently-bonded plate heat exchangers such as dip-brazed and vacuum-brazed plate varieties, and they are often speci ed for closed-loop applications such as refrigeration. Plate heat exchangers also differ in the types of plates that are used, and the con gurations of those plates. Some plates may be stamped with “chevron” or other patterns, where others may have machined ns and/or grooves.

Other type of Heat Exchangers can be encountered in the market although are not part of the PILAN range, such as Fan coils, Eva- porators, Radiators and other devices suited to speci c areas of application.

Useful Terminology

Heat transfer is the passage of thermal energy from a hot to a cold body. When a physical body, e.g. an object or uid, is at a different temperature than its surroundings or another body, transfer of thermal energy, also known as heat transfer, occurs in such a way that the body and the surroundings reach thermal equilibrium. Heat transfer always occurs from a hot body to a cold one. Energy occurs mainly through conduction, convection or radiation. Heat transfer can never be stopped; it can only be slowed down.

Heat - a transfer of thermal energy, (i.e., of energy and entropy) from hotter material to cooler material. Heat transfer may change the internal energy of materials.

Internal Energy — the internal vibrational energy that the molecules or electrons composing all materials contain.

Conduction — transfer of heat by electron diffusion or phonon vibrations.

Convection — transfer of heat by conduction in a moving medium, such as a uid.

Radiation — transfer of heat by electromagnetic radiation or, equivalently, by photons.

Approach Temperature - is dened as the hot uid outlet temperature minus the cold uid inlet temperature

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Theory and Application of Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers

Two uids, of different starting temperatures, ow through the heat exchanger. One ows through the tubes (the tube side) and the other ows outside the tubes but inside the shell (the shell side). Heat is transferred from one uid to the other through the tube walls, either from tube side to shell side or vice versa. The uids can be either liquids or gases on either the shell or the tube side. In order to transfer heat ef ciently, a large heat transfer area should be used, so there are many tubes. In this way, waste heat can be put to use. This is a great way to conserve energy.

Heat exchangers with only one phase (liquid or gas) on each side can be called one-phase or single-phase heat exchangers. Two- phase heat exchangers can be used to heat a liquid to boil it into a gas (vapor), sometimes called boilers, or cool a vapour to conden- se it into a liquid (called condensers), with the phase change usually occurring on the shell side. Boilers in steam engines are typically large, usually cylindrically-shaped shell-and-tube heat exchangers. In large power plants with steam-driven turbines, shell-and-tube condensers are used to condense the exhaust steam exiting the turbine into condensate water which can be recycled back to be turned into steam, possibly into a shell-and-tube type boiler.

There can be many variations on the shell and tube design. Typically, the ends of each tube are connected to plenums (sometimes called water boxes or ports) through holes in tubesheets. The tubes may be straight or bent in the shape of a U, called U-tubes. The following sketch shows a typical U-Tube Heat Exchanger with all its components identi ed:

Heat Exchanger with all its components identi fi ed: Most shell-and-tube heat exchangers are either 1,

Most shell-and-tube heat exchangers are either 1, 2, or 4 pass designs on the tube side. This refers to the number of times the uid in the tubes passes through the uid in the shell. In a single pass heat exchanger, the uid goes in one end of each tube and out the other.

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Data Sheets Manual PILAN® Brief Introduction to Heat Exchangers Flow arrangement The fl ow arrangement
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Flow arrangement

The ow arrangement is of great importance for Heat Exchangers performance. Flow arrangement indicates the sense on which ows are desinged to ow. Heat exchangers may be classi ed according to their ow arrangement as follows:

Parallel- ow heat exchangers, the two uids enter the exchanger at the same end, and travel in parallel to one another to the other side. (B in the below sketch).

Counter- ow heat exchangers, the two uids enter the exchanger from opposite ends. The counter current design is most ef cient, in that it can transfer the most heat. In a cross-ow heat exchanger, the uids travel roughly perpendicular to one another through the exchanger. (A in the below sketch).

one another through the exchanger. (A in the below sketch). For ef fi ciency, heat exchangers

For efciency, heat exchangers are designed to maximize the surface area of the wall between the two uids, while minimizing resistance to uid ow through the exchanger. The exchanger’s performance can also be affected by the addition of ns or corruga- tions in one or both directions, which increase surface area and may channel uid ow or induce turbulence. Optimized devices are known as compact heat exchangers.

Optimized devices are known as compact heat exchangers. Shell and tube heat exchanger, single pass (

Shell and tube heat exchanger, single pass (parallel ow)

and tube heat exchanger, single pass ( parallel fl ow ) Shell and tube heat exchanger,

Shell and tube heat exchanger, two pass tube side (counter ow)

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Data Sheets Manual PILAN® Brief Introduction to Heat Exchangers Concurrent exchange and countercurrent exchange The
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Concurrent exchange and countercurrent exchange

The diagram presents a generic representation of a countercurrent exchange system, with two parallel tubes containing uid sepa- rated by a permeable barrier. The property to be exchanged, whose magnitude is represented by the shading, transfers across the barrier in the direction from greater to lesser according to the second law of thermodynamics. With the two ows moving in opposite directions, the countercurrent exchange system maintain a constant gradient between the two ows over their entire length. With a suf ciently long length and a suf ciently low ow rate this can result in almost all of the property being transferred.

By contrast, in the concurrent (or co-current, parallel) exchange system the two uid ows are in the same direction. As the diagram shows, a concurrent exchange system has a variable gradient over the length of the exchanger and is only capable of moving half of the property from one ow to the other, no matter how long the exchanger is. It can’t achieve more than 50%, because at that point, equilibrium is reached, and the gradient declines to zero.

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Data Sheets Manual PILAN® HEAT EXCHANGERS Single Phase Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers Series A
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Single Phase Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers Series A to F

The PILAN® range of Single Phase Heat Exchangers for liquids consist of a standardised manufacture programme of 6 series and 33 models for thermal transfer application with heat load capabilities well up to 500 KW. Each Unit provides a speci c performance depending on the process parameters which, conveniently, entered into our selection programme will identify a range of 2 to 3 models that can accommodate to the required service. These Units are manufactured against our inventory of more than 1000 models for immediate delivery being a cheap option thanks to the scale production methods.

The main range covers for Hydraulic Oil Coolers (hydraulic oil as process uid), Solar Heat Exchangers (to provide hot water from the sun energy obtained through solar panels), Swimming Pool Exchangers (to heat water pools or, otherwise, keep pools cool), coolers for underground duties and other applications within the liquid / liquid uid phase parameter. All exchangers are based on the designs shown on these data sheets with just some likely variations depending on the duty sector.

just some likely variations depending on the duty sector. Main design advantages: 1 Floating Tube Stack;

Main design advantages:

1
1

Floating Tube Stack; inserted into the accurately machined shell, no recess between the shell and the outside baf es of the tube stack to avoid thermal loss and fully replaceable for easy maintenance.

Brazed or mechanically expanded plate sheet; ensuring tightness of tube circuit to avoid fl uid contamination. Can be brazed to Tin or silver process. uid contamination. Can be brazed to Tin or silver process.

3
3

Three Passes Circuit arrangement; with water inlet and outlet ports in opposite sides. The multiple tube stack baf e arrangement drives the process uid across the outside path from inlet to outlet ports ensuring maximal thermal exchange with the cooling medium. Smaller physical units can accomplish the requested heat power thus being lighter and more economical.

4
4

Bolted Covers; to ease permanent access to the tube stack for maintenance operations. Made in Hot pressed brass or Bronze as standard to avoid pipe work connection clogging.

5
5

Finned Tubes; precision rolled, cut to each series length, with bevelled tube ends. Standard 6.5 mm O.D and 0.3 mm wall thick- ness what increases the thermal exchange properties.

6
6

Integral anchoring; what provides robustness to the exchanger and eases anchoring to the equipment if wished.

7
7

Draining Plug; For uid emptying during maintenance operations. It is made in brass material to avoid jamming.

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Data Sheets Manual PILAN® HEAT EXCHANGERS Hydraulics Oil Coolers - Series A PILAN Shell and
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Hydraulics Oil Coolers - Series A

PILAN Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers are designed in a three passes tube stack arrangement with cooling uid inlet and outlet in opposite sides and counter current uids. Tube stack is fully oating type thus thermal stresses are minimised while maintenance operations are eased. PILAN® range of Industrial Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers are suitable for any sort of heat transfer uids, heating or cooling process uids. Its use is restricted to liquid phase uids and material compatibility should be observed. MAWP: oil 14 bar, water 10 bar * MAWT: 120ºC (180ºC with VITON seals) * Testing Standard: BS6755 Stabillity Test performed at 20 bar, Sealing Leakage Test at 14 bar.

Dimensions

at 20 bar, Sealing Leakage Test at 14 bar. Dimensions Model A B C D E-F
at 20 bar, Sealing Leakage Test at 14 bar. Dimensions Model A B C D E-F

Model

A

B

C

D

E-F

Weight

TP-A1

195

72

38

Ø86

3/4”

3

TP-A2

263

138

103

Ø86

3/4”

3,5

TP-A3

349

225

189

Ø86

3/4”

4

TP-A5

576

450

415

Ø86

3/4”

5,5

Length Units expressed in mm, Diametres in Inches / Weight in Kgs General Arrangement Drawings pdf or Auto-Cad formats are available on request.

Parts and Materials

formats are available on request. Parts and Materials Part Name Material 1 Shell Aluminium

Part

Name

Material

1

Shell

Aluminium /Bronze/Cast Iron

2

Tube Stack

2.1

Tubes

Copper / Copper-Nickel / St. Steel

2.3

Bafes

Aluminium

3

End caps

Brass / Bronze

5

Cover screws

Steel

End caps Brass / Bronze 5 Cover screws Steel Remarked materials denote standard construction for
End caps Brass / Bronze 5 Cover screws Steel Remarked materials denote standard construction for

Remarked materials denote standard construction for Industrial Units.

Performance Graphs

construction for Industrial Units. Performance Graphs Graphs were plotted using the parametres shown in the right

Graphs were plotted using the parametres shown in the right side table. For oil pressure drop graphs see separated sheet.

Flow Rate

Model

Heat

Oil

Water

Oil

Water

Surface

dissipated

ow

ow

pressure

pressure

(m2)

(kW)

(l/min)

(l/min)

drop

drop

 

(bar)

(bar)

TP-A1

3

30

15

0,10

0,02

0,13

TP-A2

6

46

23

0,19

0,05

0,22

TP-A3

9

56

28

0,36

0,09

0,32

TP-A5

16

56

28

0,56

0,12

0,68

Maximal Fresh Water Flow Rate Capacity: 50 l/min (35 l/min if sea water).This table means a typical performance of the shown units at given average process data of oil outlet temperature : 50ºC; Water Inlet Temperature: 25ºC, Viscosity of Oil: 38Cst with SAE 30 type and 50ºC. Any other change in the chosen parametres could result in a different oil cooler selection.

Temperature Correction Factors

When temperature gap between oil outlet and water inlet exceeds the given 25ºC the following correction factors should be used:

10ºC: 0.4 / 15ºC: 0.6 / 20ºC: 0.8 / 30ºC: 1.2 / 35ºC: 1.4 / 40ºC:

1.6 (multiply KW by the suitable correction factor).

Flow Rate Correction Factors

For water ow rates other than 50% of the oil ow rate, the following correction factors should be used:

25%: 0.8 / 100%: 1.2 (multiply the ow rate by the suitable correction factor).

Pressure Drop Graphs for primary and secondary circuits are available at our Technical Dept. Please consult your nearest PILAN distributor.

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Data Sheets Manual PILAN® HEAT EXCHANGERS Hydraulics Oil Coolers - Series B PILAN Shell and
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Hydraulics Oil Coolers - Series B

PILAN Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers are designed in a three passes tube stack arrangement with cooling uid inlet and outlet in opposite sides and counter current uids. Tube stack is fully oating type thus thermal stresses are minimised while maintenance operations are eased. PILAN® range of Industrial Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers are suitable for any sort of heat transfer uids, heating or cooling process uids. Its use is restricted to liquid phase uids and material compatibility should be observed. MAWP: oil 14 bar, water 10 bar * MAWT: 120ºC (180ºC with VITON seals) * Testing Standard: BS6755 Stabillity Test performed at 20 bar, Sealing Leakage Test at 14 bar.

Dimensions

at 20 bar, Sealing Leakage Test at 14 bar. Dimensions Model A B C D E-F
at 20 bar, Sealing Leakage Test at 14 bar. Dimensions Model A B C D E-F

Model

A

B

C

D

E-F

Weight

TP-B1

273

123

109

Ø108

1”

5

TP-B2

355

205

191

Ø108

1”

6

TP-B3

452

302

289

Ø108

1”

7

TP-B5

730

580

566

Ø108

1”

10

Length Units expressed in mm, Diametres in Inches / Weight in Kgs General Arrangement Drawings pdf or Auto-Cad formats are available on request.

Parts and Materials

Part

Name

Material

1

Shell

Aluminium /Bronze/Cast Iron

2

Tube Stack

2.1

Tubes

Copper / Copper-Nickel / St. Steel

2.3

Bafes

Aluminium

3

End caps

Brass / Bronze

5

Cover screws

Steel

End caps Brass / Bronze 5 Cover screws Steel Remarked materials denote standard construction for
End caps Brass / Bronze 5 Cover screws Steel Remarked materials denote standard construction for

Remarked materials denote standard construction for Industrial Units.

Performance Graphs

construction for Industrial Units. Performance Graphs Graphs were plotted using the parametres shown in the right

Graphs were plotted using the parametres shown in the right side table. For oil pressure drop graphs see separated sheet.

Flow Rate

Model

Heat

Oil

Water

Oil

Water

Surface

dissipated

ow

ow

pressure

pressure

(m2)

(kW)

(l/min)

(l/min)

drop

drop

 

(bar)

(bar)

TP-B1

8

66

33

0,16

0,02

0,33

TP-B2

12

80

40

0,32

0,03

0,48

TP-B3

18

104

52

0,96

0,07

0,66

TP-B5

29

98

49

1,04

0,14

1,16

Maximal Fresh Water Flow Rate Capacity: 80 l/min (50 l/min if sea water).This table means a typical performance of the shown units at given average process data of oil outlet temperature : 50ºC; Water Inlet Temperature: 25ºC, Viscosity of Oil: 38Cst with SAE 30 type and 50ºC. Any other change in the chosen parametres could result in a different oil cooler selection.

Temperature Correction Factors

When temperature gap between oil outlet and water inlet exceeds the given 25ºC the following correction factors should be used:

10ºC: 0.4 / 15ºC: 0.6 / 20ºC: 0.8 / 30ºC: 1.2 / 35ºC: 1.4 / 40ºC:

1.6 (multiply KW by the suitable correction factor).

Flow Rate Correction Factors

For water ow rates other than 50% of the oil ow rate, the following correction factors should be used:

25%: 0.8 / 100%: 1.2 (multiply the ow rate by the suitable correction factor).

Pressure Drop Graphs for primary and secondary circuits are available at our Technical Dept. Please consult your nearest PILAN distributor.

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Hydraulics Oil Coolers - Series C

PILAN Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers are designed in a three passes tube stack arrangement with cooling uid inlet and outlet in opposite sides and counter current uids. Tube stack is fully oating type thus thermal stresses are minimised while maintenance operations are eased. PILAN® range of Industrial Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers are suitable for any sort of heat transfer uids, heating or cooling process uids. Its use is restricted to liquid phase uids and material compatibility should be observed. MAWP: oil 14 bar, water 10 bar * MAWT: 120ºC (180ºC with VITON seals) * Testing Standard: BS6755 Stabillity Test performed at 20 bar, Sealing Leakage Test at 14 bar.

Dimensions

at 20 bar, Sealing Leakage Test at 14 bar. Dimensions Model A B C D E-F
at 20 bar, Sealing Leakage Test at 14 bar. Dimensions Model A B C D E-F

Model

A

B

C

D

E-F

Weight

TP-C1

372

182

93

Ø130

1”1/4

9

TP-C2

472

287

193

Ø130

1”1/4

10

TP-C3

600

415

320

Ø130

1”1/4

12,5

TP-C5

922

737

643

Ø130

1”1/4

17,5

Length Units expressed in mm, Diametres in Inches / Weight in Kgs General Arrangement Drawings pdf or Auto-Cad formats are available on request.

Parts and Materials

Part

Name

Material

1

Shell

Aluminium /Bronze/Cast Iron

2

Tube Stack

2.1

Tubes

Copper / Copper-Nickel / St. Steel

2.3

Bafes

Aluminium

3

End caps

Brass / Bronze

5

Cover screws

Steel

End caps Brass / Bronze 5 Cover screws Steel Remarked materials denote standard construction for
End caps Brass / Bronze 5 Cover screws Steel Remarked materials denote standard construction for

Remarked materials denote standard construction for Industrial Units.

Performance Graphs

construction for Industrial Units. Performance Graphs Graphs were plotted using the parametres shown in the right

Graphs were plotted using the parametres shown in the right side table. For oil pressure drop graphs see separated sheet.

Flow Rate

Model

Heat

Oil

Water

Oil

Water

Surface

dissipated

ow

ow

pressure

pressure

(m2)

(kW)

(l/min)

(l/min)

drop

drop

 

(bar)

(bar)

TP-C1

16

100

50

0,28

0,04

0,64

TP-C2

26

120

60

0,55

0,07

0,90

TP-C3

36

140

70

0,74

0,13

1,23

TP-C5

56

140

70

0,95

0,16

2,07

Maximal Fresh Water Flow Rate Capacity: 140 l/min (90 l/min if sea water).This table means a typical performance of the shown units at given average process data of oil outlet temperature : 50ºC; Water Inlet Temperature: 25ºC, Viscosity of Oil: 38Cst with SAE 30 type and 50ºC. Any other change in the chosen parametres could result in a different oil cooler selection.

Temperature Correction Factors

When temperature gap between oil outlet and water inlet exceeds the given 25ºC the following correction factors should be used:

10ºC: 0.4 / 15ºC: 0.6 / 20ºC: 0.8 / 30ºC: 1.2 / 35ºC: 1.4 / 40ºC:

1.6 (multiply KW by the suitable correction factor).

Flow Rate Correction Factors

For water ow rates other than 50% of the oil ow rate, the following correction factors should be used:

25%: 0.8 / 100%: 1.2 (multiply the ow rate by the suitable correction factor).

Pressure Drop Graphs for primary and secondary circuits are available at our Technical Dept. Please consult your nearest PILAN distributor.

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PILAN® HEAT EXCHANGERS Hydraulics Oil Coolers - Series D PILAN Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers are

PILAN Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers are designed in a three passes tube stack arrangement with cooling uid inlet and outlet in opposite sides and counter current uids. Tube stack is fully oating type thus thermal stresses are minimised while maintenance operations are eased. PILAN® range of Industrial Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers are suitable for any sort of heat transfer uids, heating or cooling process uids. Its use is restricted to liquid phase uids and material compatibility should be observed. MAWP: oil 14 bar, water 10 bar * MAWT: 120ºC (180ºC with VITON seals) * Testing Standard: BS6755 Stabillity Test performed at 20 bar, Sealing Leakage Test at 14 bar.

Dimensions

Model

A

B

C

D

E-F

Weight

TP-D1

505

270

109

Ø162

1”1/2

20

TP-D2

634

402

238

Ø162

1”1/2

24

TP-D3

780

546

384

Ø162

1”1/2

27

TP-D5

1.160

928

764

Ø162

1”1/2

38

TP-D5 1.160 928 764 Ø162 1”1/2 38 Length Units expressed in mm, Diametres in Inches /

Length Units expressed in mm, Diametres in Inches / Weight in Kgs General Arrangement Drawings pdf or Auto-Cad formats are available on request.

Parts and Materials

Part

Name

Material

1

Shell

Aluminium /Bronze/Cast Iron

2

Tube Stack

2.1

Tubes

Copper / Copper-Nickel / St. Steel

2.3

Bafes

Aluminium

3

End caps

Brass / Bronze

5

Cover screws

Steel

End caps Brass / Bronze 5 Cover screws Steel Remarked materials denote standard construction for

Remarked materials denote standard construction for Industrial Units.

Performance Graphs

construction for Industrial Units. Performance Graphs Graphs were plotted using the parametres shown in the right

Graphs were plotted using the parametres shown in the right side table. For oil pressure drop graphs see separated sheet.

Flow Rate Correction Factors

graphs see separated sheet. Flow Rate Correction Factors Flow Rate Model Heat Oil Water Oil Water

Flow Rate

Model

Heat

Oil

Water

Oil

Water

Surface

dissipated

ow

ow

pressure

pressure

(m2)

(kW)

(l/min)

(l/min)

drop

drop

 

(bar)

(bar)

TP-D1

40

180

90

0,40

0,07

1,58

TP-D2

52

200

100

0,55

0,09

2,14

TP-D3

66

220

110

0,62

0,12

2,79

TP-D5

108

260

130

1

0,19

4,48

2,79 TP-D5 108 260 130 1 0,19 4,48 Maximal Fresh Water Flow Rate Capacity: 190 l/min

Maximal Fresh Water Flow Rate Capacity: 190 l/min (110 l/min if sea water).This table means a typical performance of the shown units at given average process data of oil outlet temperature : 50ºC; Water Inlet Temperature: 25ºC, Viscosity of Oil: 38Cst with SAE 30 type and 50ºC. Any other change in the chosen parametres could result in a different oil cooler selection.

Temperature Correction Factors

When temperature gap between oil outlet and water inlet exceeds the given 25ºC the following correction factors should be used:

10ºC: 0.4 / 15ºC: 0.6 / 20ºC: 0.8 / 30ºC: 1.2 / 35ºC: 1.4 / 40ºC:

1.6 (multiply KW by the suitable correction factor).

For water ow rates other than 50% of the oil ow rate, the following correction factors should be used:

25%: 0.8 / 100%: 1.2 (multiply the ow rate by the suitable correction factor).

Pressure Drop Graphs for primary and secondary circuits are available at our Technical Dept. Please consult your nearest PILAN distributor.

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PILAN® HEAT EXCHANGERS Hydraulics Oil Coolers - Series E PILAN Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers are

PILAN Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers are designed in a three passes tube stack arrangement with cooling uid inlet and outlet in opposite sides and counter current uids. Tube stack is fully oating type thus thermal stresses are minimised while maintenance operations are eased. PILAN® range of Industrial Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers are suitable for any sort of heat transfer uids, heating or cooling process uids. Its use is restricted to liquid phase uids and material compatibility should be observed. MAWP: oil 14 bar, water 10 bar * MAWT: 120ºC (180ºC with VITON seals) * Testing Standard: BS6755 Stabillity Test performed at 20 bar, Sealing Leakage Test at 14 bar.

Dimensions

Model

A

B

C

D

E-F

Weight

TP-E1

675

372

239

Ø198

2”

33

TP-E2

816

513

380

Ø198

2”

39

TP-E3

998

696

560

Ø198

2”

45

TP-E5

1.408

1.102

968

Ø198

2”

64

45 TP-E5 1.408 1.102 968 Ø198 2” 64 Length Units expressed in mm, Diametres in Inches

Length Units expressed in mm, Diametres in Inches / Weight in Kgs General Arrangement Drawings pdf or Auto-Cad formats are available on request.

Parts and Materials

Part

Name

Material

1

Shell

Aluminium /Bronze/Cast Iron

2

Tube Stack

2.1

Tubes

Copper / Copper-Nickel / St. Steel

2.3

Bafes

Aluminium

3

End caps

Brass / Bronze

5

Cover screws

Steel

End caps Brass / Bronze 5 Cover screws Steel Remarked materials denote standard construction for

Remarked materials denote standard construction for Industrial Units.

Performance Graphs

construction for Industrial Units. Performance Graphs Graphs were plotted using the parametres shown in the right

Graphs were plotted using the parametres shown in the right side table. For oil pressure drop graphs see separated sheet.

Flow Rate Correction Factors

graphs see separated sheet. Flow Rate Correction Factors Flow Rate Model Heat Oil Water Oil Water

Flow Rate

Model

Heat

Oil

Water

Oil

Water

Surface

dissipated

ow

ow

pressure

pressure

(m2)

(kW)

(l/min)

(l/min)

drop

drop

 

(bar)

(bar)

TP-E1

76

320

160

0,44

0,09

3,27

TP-E2

106

360

180

0,64

0,13

4,24

TP-E3

134

400

200

0,90

0,20

5,45

TP-E5

205

400

200

1,15

0,28

8,22

5,45 TP-E5 205 400 200 1,15 0,28 8,22 Maximal Fresh Water Flow Rate Capacity: 340 l/min

Maximal Fresh Water Flow Rate Capacity: 340 l/min (215 l/min if sea water).This table means a typical performance of the shown units at given average process data of oil outlet temperature : 50ºC; Water Inlet Temperature: 25ºC, Viscosity of Oil: 38Cst with SAE 30 type and 50ºC. Any other change in the chosen parametres could result in a different oil cooler selection.

Temperature Correction Factors

When temperature gap between oil outlet and water inlet exceeds the given 25ºC the following correction factors should be used:

10ºC: 0.4 / 15ºC: 0.6 / 20ºC: 0.8 / 30ºC: 1.2 / 35ºC: 1.4 / 40ºC:

1.6 (multiply KW by the suitable correction factor).

For water ow rates other than 50% of the oil ow rate, the following correction factors should be used:

25%: 0.8 / 100%: 1.2 (multiply the ow rate by the suitable correction factor).

Pressure Drop Graphs for primary and secondary circuits are available at our Technical Dept. Please consult your nearest PILAN distributor.

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PILAN® HEAT EXCHANGERS Hydraulics Oil Coolers - Series F PILAN Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers are

PILAN Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers are designed in a three passes tube stack arrangement with cooling uid inlet and outlet in opposite sides and counter current uids. Tube stack is fully oating type thus thermal stresses are minimised while maintenance operations are eased. PILAN® range of Industrial Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers are suitable for any sort of heat transfer uids, heating or cooling process uids. Its use is restricted to liquid phase uids and material compatibility should be observed. MAWP: oil 14 bar, water 10 bar * MAWT: 120ºC (180ºC with VITON seals) * Testing Standard: BS6755 Stabillity Test performed at 20 bar, Sealing Leakage Test at 14 bar.

Dimensions

Model

A

B

C

D

E-F

Weight

TP-F1

754

330

236

Ø278

3”

47

TP-F2

900

476

382

Ø278

3”

57

TP-F3

1.077

654

560

Ø278

3”

68

TP-F5

1.484

1.060

966

Ø278

3”

91

68 TP-F5 1.484 1.060 966 Ø278 3” 91 Length Units expressed in mm, Diametres in Inches

Length Units expressed in mm, Diametres in Inches / Weight in Kgs General Arrangement Drawings pdf or Auto-Cad formats are available on request.

Parts and Materials

Part

Name

Material

1

Shell

Aluminium /Bronze/Cast Iron

2

Tube Stack

2.1

Tubes

Copper / Copper-Nickel / St. Steel

2.3

Bafes

Aluminium

3

End caps

Brass / Bronze

5

Cover screws

Steel

End caps Brass / Bronze 5 Cover screws Steel Remarked materials denote standard construction for

Remarked materials denote standard construction for Industrial Units.

Performance Graphs

construction for Industrial Units. Performance Graphs Graphs were plotted using the parametres shown in the right

Graphs were plotted using the parametres shown in the right side table. For oil pressure drop graphs see separated sheet.

Flow Rate Correction Factors

graphs see separated sheet. Flow Rate Correction Factors Flow Rate Model Heat Oil Water Oil Water

Flow Rate

Model

Heat

Oil

Water

Oil

Water

Surface

dissipated

ow

ow

pressure

pressure

(m2)

(kW)

(l/min)

(l/min)

drop

drop

 

(bar)

(bar)

TP-F1

133

720

360

0,36

0,09

7,20

TP-F2

180

780

390

0,50

0,13

9,14

TP-F3

250

840

420

0,62

0,17

11,81

TP-F5

410

960

480

1

0,32

17,30

11,81 TP-F5 410 960 480 1 0,32 17,30 Maximal Fresh Water Flow Rate Capacity: 800 l/min

Maximal Fresh Water Flow Rate Capacity: 800 l/min (500 l/min if sea water).This table means a typical performance of the shown units at given average process data of oil outlet temperature : 50ºC; Water Inlet Temperature: 25ºC, Viscosity of Oil: 38Cst with SAE 30 type and 50ºC. Any other change in the chosen parametres could result in a different oil cooler selection.

Temperature Correction Factors

When temperature gap between oil outlet and water inlet exceeds the given 25ºC the following correction factors should be used:

10ºC: 0.4 / 15ºC: 0.6 / 20ºC: 0.8 / 30ºC: 1.2 / 35ºC: 1.4 / 40ºC:

1.6 (multiply KW by the suitable correction factor).

For water ow rates other than 50% of the oil ow rate, the following correction factors should be used:

25%: 0.8 / 100%: 1.2 (multiply the ow rate by the suitable correction factor).

Pressure Drop Graphs for primary and secondary circuits are available at our Technical Dept. Please consult your nearest PILAN distributor.

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Hydraulics Oil Coolers - Series AM

PILAN Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers are designed in a three passes tube stack arrangement with cooling uid inlet and outlet in opposite sides and counter current uids. Tube stack is fully oating type thus thermal stresses are minimised while maintenance operations are eased. PILAN® range of Marine Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers are suitable for any sort of heat transfer uids, heating or cooling process uids. Its use is restricted to liquid phase uids and material compatibility should be observed. MAWP: oil 14 bar, water 10 bar * MAWT: 120ºC (180ºC with VITON seals) * Testing Standard: BS6755 Stabillity Test performed at 20 bar, Sealing Leakage Test at 14 bar.

Dimensions

at 20 bar, Sealing Leakage Test at 14 bar. Dimensions Model A B C D E-F
at 20 bar, Sealing Leakage Test at 14 bar. Dimensions Model A B C D E-F

Model

A

B

C

D

E-F

Weight

TP-A1M

195

72

38

Ø86

3/4”

3

TP-A2M

263

138

103

Ø86

3/4”

3,5

TP-A3M

349

225

189

Ø86

3/4”

4

TP-A5M

576

450

415

Ø86

3/4”

5,5

Length Units expressed in mm, Diametres in Inches / Weight in Kgs General Arrangement Drawings pdf or Auto-Cad formats are available on request.

Parts and Materials

formats are available on request. Parts and Materials Part Name Material 1 Shell Aluminium

Part

Name

Material

1

Shell

Aluminium /Bronze/Cast Iron

2

Tube Stack

2.1

Tubes

Copper-Nickel / St. Steel / Copper

2.3

Bafes

Aluminium

3

End caps

Brass / Bronze

5

Cover screws

Steel

End caps Brass / Bronze 5 Cover screws Steel Remarked materials denote standard construction for Marine
End caps Brass / Bronze 5 Cover screws Steel Remarked materials denote standard construction for Marine

Remarked materials denote standard construction for Marine Units.

Performance Graphs

standard construction for Marine Units. Performance Graphs Graphs were plotted using the parametres shown in the

Graphs were plotted using the parametres shown in the right side table. For oil pressure drop graphs see separated sheet.

Flow Rate

Model

Heat

Oil

Water

Oil

Water

Surface

dissipated

ow

ow

pressure

pressure

(m2)

(kW)

(l/min)

(l/min)

drop

drop

 

(bar)

(bar)

TP-A1M

3

30

15

0,10

0,02

0,13

TP-A2M

6

46

23

0,19

0,05

0,22

TP-A3M

9

56

28

0,36

0,09

0,32

TP-A5M

16

56

28

0,56

0,12

0,68

Maximal Fresh Water Flow Rate Capacity: 50 l/min (35 l/min if sea water).This table means a typical performance of the shown units at given average process data of oil outlet temperature : 50ºC; Water Inlet Temperature: 25ºC, Viscosity of Oil: 38Cst with SAE 30 type and 50ºC. Any other change in the chosen parametres could result in a different oil cooler selection.

Temperature Correction Factors

When temperature gap between oil outlet and water inlet exceeds the given 25ºC the following correction factors should be used:

10ºC: 0.4 / 15ºC: 0.6 / 20ºC: 0.8 / 30ºC: 1.2 / 35ºC: 1.4 / 40ºC:

1.6 (multiply KW by the suitable correction factor).

Flow Rate Correction Factors

For water ow rates other than 50% of the oil ow rate, the following correction factors should be used:

25%: 0.8 / 100%: 1.2 (multiply the ow rate by the suitable correction factor).

Pressure Drop Graphs for primary and secondary circuits are available at our Technical Dept. Please consult your nearest PILAN distributor.

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Hydraulics Oil Coolers - Series BM

PILAN Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers are designed in a three passes tube stack arrangement with cooling uid inlet and outlet in opposite sides and counter current uids. Tube stack is fully oating type thus thermal stresses are minimised while maintenance operations are eased. PILAN® range of Marine Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers are suitable for any sort of heat transfer uids, heating or cooling process uids. Its use is restricted to liquid phase uids and material compatibility should be observed. MAWP: oil 14 bar, water 10 bar * MAWT: 120ºC (180ºC with VITON seals) * Testing Standard: BS6755 Stabillity Test performed at 20 bar, Sealing Leakage Test at 14 bar.

Dimensions

at 20 bar, Sealing Leakage Test at 14 bar. Dimensions Model A B C D E-F
at 20 bar, Sealing Leakage Test at 14 bar. Dimensions Model A B C D E-F

Model

A

B

C

D

E-F

Weight

TP-B1M

273

123

109

Ø108

1”

5

TP-B2M

355

205

191

Ø108

1”

6

TP-B3M

452

302

289

Ø108

1”

7

TP-B5M

730

580

566

Ø108

1”

10

Length Units expressed in mm, Diametres in Inches / Weight in Kgs General Arrangement Drawings pdf or Auto-Cad formats are available on request.

Parts and Materials

Part

Name

Material

1

Shell

Aluminium /Bronze/Cast Iron

2

Tube Stack

2.1

Tubes

Copper-Nickel / St. Steel / Copper

2.3

Bafes

Aluminium

3

End caps

Brass / Bronze

5

Cover screws

Steel

End caps Brass / Bronze 5 Cover screws Steel Remarked materials denote standard construction for Marine
End caps Brass / Bronze 5 Cover screws Steel Remarked materials denote standard construction for Marine

Remarked materials denote standard construction for Marine Units.

Performance Graphs

standard construction for Marine Units. Performance Graphs Graphs were plotted using the parametres shown in the

Graphs were plotted using the parametres shown in the right side table. For oil pressure drop graphs see separated sheet.

Flow Rate

Model

Heat

Oil

Water

Oil

Water

Surface

dissipated

ow

ow

pressure

pressure

(m2)

(kW)

(l/min)

(l/min)

drop

drop

 

(bar)

(bar)

TP-B1M

8

66

33

0,16

0,02

0,33

TP-B2M

12

80

40

0,32

0,03

0,48

TP-B3M

18

104

52

0,96

0,07

0,66

TP-B5M

29

98

49

1,04

0,14

1,16

Maximal Fresh Water Flow Rate Capacity: 80 l/min (50 l/min if sea water).This table means a typical performance of the shown units at given average process data of oil outlet temperature : 50ºC; Water Inlet Temperature: 25ºC, Viscosity of Oil: 38Cst with SAE 30 type and 50ºC. Any other change in the chosen parametres could result in a different oil cooler selection.

Temperature Correction Factors

When temperature gap between oil outlet and water inlet exceeds the given 25ºC the following correction factors should be used:

10ºC: 0.4 / 15ºC: 0.6 / 20ºC: 0.8 / 30ºC: 1.2 / 35ºC: 1.4 / 40ºC:

1.6 (multiply KW by the suitable correction factor).

Flow Rate Correction Factors

For water ow rates other than 50% of the oil ow rate, the following correction factors should be used:

25%: 0.8 / 100%: 1.2 (multiply the ow rate by the suitable correction factor).

Pressure Drop Graphs for primary and secondary circuits are available at our Technical Dept. Please consult your nearest PILAN distributor.

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Hydraulics Oil Coolers - Series CM

PILAN Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers are designed in a three passes tube stack arrangement with cooling uid inlet and outlet in opposite sides and counter current uids. Tube stack is fully oating type thus thermal stresses are minimised while maintenance operations are eased. PILAN® range of Marine Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers are suitable for any sort of heat transfer uids, heating or cooling process uids. Its use is restricted to liquid phase uids and material compatibility should be observed. MAWP: oil 14 bar, water 10 bar * MAWT: 120ºC (180ºC with VITON seals) * Testing Standard: BS6755 Stabillity Test performed at 20 bar, Sealing Leakage Test at 14 bar.

Dimensions

at 20 bar, Sealing Leakage Test at 14 bar. Dimensions Model A B C D E-F
at 20 bar, Sealing Leakage Test at 14 bar. Dimensions Model A B C D E-F

Model

A

B

C

D

E-F

Weight

TP-C1M

372

182

93

Ø130

1”1/4

9

TP-C2M

472

287

193

Ø130

1”1/4

10

TP-C3M

600

415

320

Ø130

1”1/4

12,5

TP-C5M

922

737

643

Ø130

1”1/4

17,5

Length Units expressed in mm, Diametres in Inches / Weight in Kgs General Arrangement Drawings pdf or Auto-Cad formats are available on request.

Parts and Materials

Part

Name

Material

1

Shell

Aluminium /Bronze/Cast Iron

2

Tube Stack

2.1

Tubes

Copper-Nickel / St. Steel / Cooper

2.3

Bafes

Aluminium

3

End caps

Brass / Bronze

5

Cover screws

Steel

End caps Brass / Bronze 5 Cover screws Steel Remarked materials denote standard construction for Marine
End caps Brass / Bronze 5 Cover screws Steel Remarked materials denote standard construction for Marine

Remarked materials denote standard construction for Marine Units.

Performance Graphs

standard construction for Marine Units. Performance Graphs Graphs were plotted using the parametres shown in the

Graphs were plotted using the parametres shown in the right side table. For oil pressure drop graphs see separated sheet.

Flow Rate

Model

Heat

Oil

Water

Oil

Water

Surface

dissipated

ow

ow

pressure

pressure

(m2)

(kW)

(l/min)

(l/min)

drop

drop

 

(bar)

(bar)

TP-C1M

16

100

50

0,28

0,04

0,64

TP-C2M

26

120

60

0,55

0,07

0,90

TP-C3M

36

140

70

0,74

0,13

1,23

TP-C5M

56

140

70

0,95

0,16

2,07

Maximal Fresh Water Flow Rate Capacity: 140 l/min (90 l/min if sea water).This table means a typical performance of the shown units at given average process data of oil outlet temperature : 50ºC; Water Inlet Temperature: 25ºC, Viscosity of Oil: 38Cst with SAE 30 type and 50ºC. Any other change in the chosen parametres could result in a different oil cooler selection.

Temperature Correction Factors

When temperature gap between oil outlet and water inlet exceeds the given 25ºC the following correction factors should be used:

10ºC: 0.4 / 15ºC: 0.6 / 20ºC: 0.8 / 30ºC: 1.2 / 35ºC: 1.4 / 40ºC:

1.6 (multiply KW by the suitable correction factor).

Flow Rate Correction Factors

For water ow rates other than 50% of the oil ow rate, the following correction factors should be used:

25%: 0.8 / 100%: 1.2 (multiply the ow rate by the suitable correction factor).

Pressure Drop Graphs for primary and secondary circuits are available at our Technical Dept. Please consult your nearest PILAN distributor.

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Hydraulics Oil Coolers - Series DM

PILAN® HEAT EXCHANGERS Hydraulics Oil Coolers - Series DM PILAN Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers are

PILAN Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers are designed in a three passes tube stack arrangement with cooling uid inlet and outlet in opposite sides and counter current uids. Tube stack is fully oating type thus thermal stresses are minimised while maintenance operations are eased. PILAN® range of Marine Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers are suitable for any sort of heat transfer uids, heating or cooling process uids. Its use is restricted to liquid phase uids and material compatibility should be observed. MAWP: oil 14 bar, water 10 bar * MAWT: 120ºC (180ºC with VITON seals) * Testing Standard: BS6755 Stabillity Test performed at 20 bar, Sealing Leakage Test at 14 bar.

Dimensions

Model

A

B

C

D

E-F

Weight

TP-D1

505

270

109

Ø162

1”1/2

20

TP-D2

634

402

238

Ø162

1”1/2

24

TP-D3

780

546

384

Ø162

1”1/2

27

TP-D5

1.160

928

764

Ø162

1”1/2

38

TP-D5 1.160 928 764 Ø162 1”1/2 38 Length Units expressed in mm, Diametres in Inches /

Length Units expressed in mm, Diametres in Inches / Weight in Kgs General Arrangement Drawings pdf or Auto-Cad formats are available on request.

Parts and Materials

Part

Name

Material

1

Shell

Aluminium /Bronze/Cast Iron

2

Tube Stack

2.1

Tubes

Copper-Nickel / St. Steel / Copper

2.3

Bafes

Aluminium

3

End caps

Brass / Bronze

5

Cover screws

Steel

End caps Brass / Bronze 5 Cover screws Steel Remarked materials denote standard construction for Marine

Remarked materials denote standard construction for Marine Units.

Performance Graphs

standard construction for Marine Units. Performance Graphs Graphs were plotted using the parametres shown in the

Graphs were plotted using the parametres shown in the right side table. For oil pressure drop graphs see separated sheet.

table. For oil pressure drop graphs see separated sheet. Flow Rate Model Heat Oil Water Oil

Flow Rate

Model

Heat

Oil

Water

Oil

Water

Surface

dissipated

ow

ow

pressure

pressure

(m2)

(kW)

(l/min)

(l/min)

drop

drop

 

(bar)

(bar)

TP-D1M

40

180

90

0,40

0,07

1,58

TP-D2M

52

200

100

0,55

0,09

2,14

TP-D3M

66

220

110

0,62

0,12

2,79

TP-D5M

108

260

130

1

0,19

4,48

2,79 TP-D5M 108 260 130 1 0,19 4,48 Maximal Fresh Water Flow Rate Capacity: 190 l/min

Maximal Fresh Water Flow Rate Capacity: 190 l/min (110 l/min if sea water).This table means a typical performance of the shown units at given average process data of oil outlet temperature : 50ºC; Water Inlet Temperature: 25ºC, Viscosity of Oil: 38Cst with SAE 30 type and 50ºC. Any other change in the chosen parametres could result in a different oil cooler selection.

Temperature Correction Factors

When temperature gap between oil outlet and water inlet exceeds the given 25ºC the following correction factors should be used:

10ºC: 0.4 / 15ºC: 0.6 / 20ºC: 0.8 / 30ºC: 1.2 / 35ºC: 1.4 / 40ºC:

1.6 (multiply KW by the suitable correction factor).

Flow Rate Correction Factors

For water ow rates other than 50% of the oil ow rate, the following correction factors should be used:

25%: 0.8 / 100%: 1.2 (multiply the ow rate by the suitable correction factor).

Pressure Drop Graphs for primary and secondary circuits are available at our Technical Dept. Please consult your nearest PILAN distributor.

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Hydraulics Oil Coolers - Series EM

PILAN® HEAT EXCHANGERS Hydraulics Oil Coolers - Series EM PILAN Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers are

PILAN Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers are designed in a three passes tube stack arrangement with cooling uid inlet and outlet in opposite sides and counter current uids. Tube stack is fully oating type thus thermal stresses are minimised while maintenance operations are eased. PILAN® range of Marine Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers are suitable for any sort of heat transfer uids, heating or cooling process uids. Its use is restricted to liquid phase uids and material compatibility should be observed. MAWP: oil 14 bar, water 10 bar * MAWT: 120ºC (180ºC with VITON seals) * Testing Standard: BS6755 Stabillity Test performed at 20 bar, Sealing Leakage Test at 14 bar.

Dimensions

Model

A

B

C

D

E-F

Weight

TP-E1M

675

372

239

Ø198

2”

33

TP-E2M

816

513

380

Ø198

2”

39

TP-E3M

998

696

560

Ø198

2”

45

TP-E5M

1.408

1.102

968

Ø198

2”

64

TP-E5M 1.408 1.102 968 Ø198 2” 64 Length Units expressed in mm, Diametres in Inches /

Length Units expressed in mm, Diametres in Inches / Weight in Kgs General Arrangement Drawings pdf or Auto-Cad formats are available on request.

Parts and Materials

Part

Name

Material

1

Shell

Aluminium /Bronze/Cast Iron

2

Tube Stack

2.1

Tubes

Copper-Nickel / St. Steel / Copper

2.3

Bafes

Aluminium

3

End caps

Brass / Bronze

5

Cover screws

Steel

End caps Brass / Bronze 5 Cover screws Steel Remarked materials denote standard construction for Marine

Remarked materials denote standard construction for Marine Units.

Performance Graphs

standard construction for Marine Units. Performance Graphs Graphs were plotted using the parametres shown in the

Graphs were plotted using the parametres shown in the right side table. For oil pressure drop graphs see separated sheet.

table. For oil pressure drop graphs see separated sheet. Flow Rate Model Heat Oil Water Oil

Flow Rate

Model

Heat

Oil

Water

Oil

Water

Surface

dissipated

ow

ow

pressure

pressure

(m2)

(kW)

(l/min)

(l/min)

drop

drop

 

(bar)

(bar)

TP-E1M

76

320

160

0,44

0,09

3,27

TP-E2M

106

360

180

0,64

0,13

4,24

TP-E3M

134

400

200

0,90

0,20

5,45

TP-E5M

205

400

200

1,15

0,28

8,22