A brief introduction to water to water heat exchangers


Water to water heat exchangers, also referred to as a water-oil heat exchangers, is a mechanical device that transfers heat from one fluid to another through the passage of heat. This heating process is called conduction and is normally not done by combining the two liquids or gases but by using a fluid that is flowing from an area that has more energy than another.

Water, being a non-volatile fluid is highly attracted to heat. A conventional water to water heat exchange has two parts, the exchanger and the condenser. Water to water heat exchangers is not as efficient as a conventional water heater.

In a conventional water heater the temperature is maintained at constant temperature by a circulating pump, the air-pipe system takes in the cold and pushes the warm air from the furnace, then it circulates it into the house. A heat exchanger on the other hand changes the pressure of the water flowing in the water to a higher level allowing more water to pass through.

There are many types of water heat exchangers such as, evaporator type, compression type, and exchangers with different configurations depending upon the applications that need the heat in the first place. They are usually installed within the house, buildings, factories, and ships.

Some of the best known water heat exchangers are - Conduction water heater, condensation pump, reciprocating flow heat exchangers, and fluid dynamic exchangers. The design of these devices is very simple because they use the same principles of thermodynamics, which is the study of heat transfer and the transfer of heat.

Water heaters are the best way to make your home comfortable during the winter season and when you have to keep rooms cool. These devices can save your energy bills, provide the home with more comfort, and give you more time with your family. The devices also provide your home with greater value as compared to the conventional water heater.



The basic function of the water heater is to transform the heat coming from the radiator, which is an integral part of the house, into heat that is circulated throughout the room, thus saving energy and time. Another important function of the water heater is that the heat is distributed evenly throughout the house so that every area gets equal amounts of heat. Thus there is no area that remains cold. This makes the home comfortable during the hot summer months.

In a traditional water heater the water will pass through a metal tube called the "umbrella" and at the other end of this tube it is directed to a thermostat. This thermostat controls the amount of heat that is distributed throughout the house.

A water heater usually consists of two parts: an evaporator which heats water on the outside of the tube while the condenser takes in the heat and transfers it into the inside of the tube. Both of these are enclosed and separate from each other, so that the heating and cooling process are totally independent.

An example of a water heat exchanger uses a metal coil that has two ends that are insulated. One end of the coil is connected to the inside of the tubing, while the other end is connected to the evaporator.

A water heat exchanger consists of two layers of pipe that are placed at right angles to one another and this helps in creating an electric current that circulates the heat away from the heating element to the inside of the tube. This enables the heat to pass through the pipes and the tubing.

The heat exchanger can be installed into the floor, ceiling or along the wall to allow the heating and cooling of the house, while providing a constant supply of hot water and heat. When used for the purpose of heating homes, a water heater is known as a thermostat. They are normally found in the bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, laundry rooms, and laundry rooms.


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