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Heat Exchangers

Definition : Equipment designed to increase or decrease the temperature of a fluid by transmitting heat from one fluid to another. These equipment typically consist of a device either with two contiguous reservoirs or two sets of coils in close contact, allowing heat interchange between the two fluids; they also include heating and/or refrigerating modules. Typically the fluid which temperature should be adjusted (e.g., blood) is circulated through a set of coils inside the exchanger, while the controlling fluid (e.g., water) circulates through a second set of coils. By adjusting the temperature of the controlling fluid the heat interchange is regulated

UMDC code : 11978

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