Heat exchangers are used in a plethora of commercial, residential and industrial applications. Residential buildings, for instance, can use heat exchangers to cool or warm the interior. They can therefore save enormous amounts of conventional electricity by relying on heat exchangers. Air conditioners and refrigerators are typical residential appliances that use heat exchangers albeit in the opposite way from the central heating systems. For instance, they extract heat from a compartment and discharge the fluid.
For your residential heat exchanger needs, New York Engineers can customize the design to your desires. We are the top dogs in this industry and thus assure you top-notch quality in our residential heat exchangers. Experience has equipped us with unsurpassed skills in designing custom heat exchangers that optimize your living environment. In the same token, they save you electricity.
In industries, power plants and engines are common applications for heat exchangers. In the cars, for instance, we have exhaust gases dissipating heat extensively and so heat exchangers can be used to retrieve that heat although not all of it. It can be taken back through water as a fluid into the system. This in turn saves so much energy for your vehicle. That is how important heat exchanger is.
Our mechanical engineers can be able to install optimal heat exchangers where needed and make sure they run effectively. We can also maintain or repair malfunctioning tools, all thanks to our unparalleled HVAC mechanical engineering services.
Moreover about the engines, the fluid that is used to cool down the diesel engine in diesel vehicles can be passed through the heat exchangers to warm the interior of the vehicle instead of using excess electricity needlessly. You will not have to install additional heaters whereas the heat exchangers can retrieve the heat from the engines and convert the interior into a warm environment. Need a heat exchanger for your vehicle, contact New York Engineers.
A car radiator, as we highlighted above, is a typical heat exchanger that most of you know. It has aluminum fins that are exposed to the air. When the fluid that cools the engine passes through the radiator, the air cools the liquid in the radiator and in turn this keeps the engine working optimally. The heat from the radiator can also be used to arm the interior of your vehicle. An expert MEP engineer should be able to optimize your vehicle’s heat transfer to curb energy costs.
Swimming pools also use heat exchangers to heat the water. The showers, too, use heat exchange concepts to keep them hot. Having the best design is therefore a need.
We don’t seem to include all the applications for heat exchangers. The bottom line is that there are plenty of them that use heat exchange concept. Whatever application that requires one, New York Engineers can come to your rescue.