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The high frequency welded finned tube heat exchanger is a common type of finned tube heat exchanger which is characterised by the use of high frequency current to heat the finned tube so that it is welded together with the base tube. This type of welding improves the contact area between the finned tube and the base tube, thus increasing the heat transfer efficiency, as well as improving the strength and stability of the finned tube.
The high frequency welded finned tube heat exchanger is usually composed of finned tube, base tube, fins, high frequency power supply, welding machine, etc. The finned tube and the base tube are usually made of different materials, for example, the finned tube can be made of copper or aluminium, while the base tube can be made of carbon steel or stainless steel, etc. The shape and size of the finned tube and base tube can also be customised to suit the specific application requirements.
The advantages of high frequency welded finned tube heat exchangers include high efficiency, energy saving, ease of installation and small footprint. At the same time, the welding speed is fast due to the use of high frequency current heating and welding, which can greatly improve production efficiency. In addition, high-frequency welding can also avoid the use of welding materials, reducing production costs and environmental pollution.
The high frequency welded finned tube heat exchanger can also be used in heat recovery systems, for example for utilising waste heat from industrial waste gas or waste water to improve energy utilisation efficiency.
High frequency welded finned tube heat exchangers are used in industrial applications where high efficiency heat transfer is required to improve heat transfer efficiency and reduce energy consumption, making them a widely used type of finned tube heat exchanger.
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