Filson Graphite Heat Exchanger

  • Excellent corrosion resistance
  • Less scale on the heat transfer surface
  • Good heat transfer performance
  • High chemical stability
  • Simple structure for low maintenance costs

Filson provides high quality graphite heat exchanger for our customers. Graphite has high thermal conductivity, second only to copper and aluminum and five times more than carbon steel and stainless steel, is the ideal material for heat exchangers manufacturing.

  • Material: graphite & steel
  • Media type: oil, water, air, gas
  • Working temperature: -10 – 170℃
  • Working pressure: 0.3 – 0.5MPa
  • Heat transfer efficiency: more than 90%
  • Heat exchange area: 1 – 800㎡
  • Standard: ASME, ANSI, JIS, GB

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Filson Graphite Heat Exchanger

Your Reliable Graphite Heat Exchanger Choice

Filson graphite heat exchanger, according to its structure, can be divided into 3 types. They are block type, shell and tube type and plate type.

Filson graphite heat exchanger has high heat conductivity coefficient for excellent heat transfer performance. Graphite tubes have smooth inner and outer walls, so it is not easy to scale or crystallize and has less flow resistance.

However, graphite is prone to brittle fracture and has low bending and tensile strength. On this account, Filson graphite heat exchanger can only be used for low pressure operation, even for the best pressure-bearing block type, which generally has a working pressure of 0.3 to 0.5 MPa.

Filson graphite heat exchanger is a less common type of heat exchanger comparing to stainless steel heat exchanger and titanium heat exchanger. It is mainly used for heat exchange of corrosive media such as hydrochloric acid, sulfuric acid, acetic acid and phosphoric acid. It’s usually found as condenser for acetic acid and acetic anhydride or other medias.

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