May 02

“Tall” Design for the Rackmount Heat Exchanger

Fluid to Fluid Heat Exchangers or otherwise known as liquid to liquid non-refrigerated heat exchangers  utilize tap water to remove heat from processes.  These units are suitable where the cooling water source is too low or the pressure or cleanliness of the water may cause damage. Typically, rackmount units are in the 15.75 – (9U) range, but by extending the height to 23U, there are more options available.   


New “Tall” Design for the Rackmount Heat Exchanger

The “Tall” Rackmount Heat Exchanger utilizing energy efficient controls is designed to fit a standard 19″ rack and is built to dissipate heat in demanding operating conditions.   By increasing the height, the opportunity exists to add an additional heater or increase the tank size.  The option also exists to use an oversized plate style exchanger as well.  The tall design allows the flexibility to really customize a rackmount unit in a way that will fully meet the special requirements.  

BV Thermal Systems offers numerous standard models of recirculating chillers (portable and rack mount) with standard sizes ranging from 828 watts to 52,000 watts, a -40°C to +50°C temperature range  and a ±0.1°C temperature accuracy.   The reliable and accurate recirculating chillers are totally customizable from coolant (water, deionized (DI) water, EGW, PGW, etc.), capacity, flow rate, piping and controller.  Standard features include: Auto tuning PID Controller, Hot Gas By-Pass Valve, Adjustable High and Low Temperature Alarms and Liquid Filled Pressure Gauge.  Every chiller (standard or custom) is equipped with a one year warranty on parts and service.


About Fluid to Fluid Heat Exchangers

Fluid to fluid heat exchangers are ideal when in-house water is either too cold, too dirty or does not have enough pressure to adequately support your water-cooled equipment because they provide a clean stable, controlled closed-loop water cooling system. By eliminating the problems associated with direct use of in-house water such as insufficient or fluctuating flow and changing pressure the fluid to fluid heat exchangers from are the ideal low cost energy saving heat removal process.

Fluid to fluid heat exchangers offer the advantage of removing heat from the circulating coolant (via a water to water heat exchanger) and transfer heat to either tap or facilities water. The actual temperature of the circulating coolant is controlled by a temperature controller and a solenoid valve. Due to varying water supplies, a gate valve is also used to regulate flow/pressure of the facility or house water supply.