Due to the unique way in which Heatric exchangers are constructed - utilising distinct, defined flow channels and, where required, sectioned exchanger cores - units can be designed to combine multiple integrated processes into one unit providing even greater savings in terms of space, weight and operations.
Combining multiple flows and functionalities such as this single 1.4MW, 66Bar gas/gas, gas/condensate gas/refrigerant unit replacing 3 conventional units.
Provide the ability to create homogeneous mixing of multiple flows preventing potential issues with maldistribution found in traditional units.
This example shows the two-phase inlet approach taken by Heatric for Glycol injection into a gas stream for hydrate suppression.
Due to diffusion bonded exchangers having very discreet seperable fluid channels and with the ability to provide units with multi-sectioned cores and/or headers, we can design units which can be maintained online without shutdown in situations where frozen glycol, wax or hydrates may have blocked the unit.
This example shows a gas/gas dewpointing PCHE exchanger where the header has been split into multiple sections which can then be de-rimed without shutdown.