The first batch air cooled heat exchangers manufactured by GH Cooling have been shipped to Tinajin port, and will be sent to Nigeria Ajebandele power station project site.
The air cooled heat exchanger, or called air cooler, is an industrial heat exchanger that uses ambient air as cooling medium, where the fan forces air cross the finned pipes to cool the high-temperature processing medium within the pipes. The air cooler is mainly composed of three basic parts: tube bundle, fan and structure, and auxiliary parts like louver and platform handrails. It uses natural air as cooling medium saving precious water, reducing the discharge of industrial wastewater and protecting the natural environment.
Typically, an air cooled heat exchanger for process use consists of a finned-tube bundle with rectangular box headers on both ends of the tubes. Cooling air is provided by one or more fans. Usually, the air blows upwards through a horizontal tube bundle. The fans can be either forced or induced draft, depending on whether the air is pushed or pulled through the tube bundle. The space between the fan(s) and the tube bundle is enclosed by a plenum chamber which directs the air. The whole assembly is usually mounted on legs or a piperack.
The air cooled heat exchanger produced by GH Cooling can be used in electric power, metallurgy, petroleum and petrochemical, chemical and other industries. Based on honest management, GH Cooling is driven by scientific research and innovation, and will strive for common development with customers with sophisticated technology, reliable quality, consistent sincerity and satisfactory service.