Air Cooled Oil Heat Exchanger

Product Cageroy:Air Cooled Oil Heat Exchanger

Model No:AH1417T


Fan Voltage: AC220V/380V

Fan Power: 80W

Suitable Hydraulic system:4~5KW(5-7Hp)

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An air-cooled oil heat exchanger is a type of heat exchanger that uses ambient air to cool down a fluid, typically oil. It is commonly used in applications where there is no water source available or where water-based cooling is not practical or cost-effective.

Technical Data:

Air Cooled Oil Heat Exchanger聽specification
AH Thread Flow Max. Pressure Exterior cooling area L x H x W Weight Applicable Motor Power IP
G L/Min Mpa m/m kg Kw
AH1417T 1鈥 120 2.0 4.5 455*458
12 4-5Kw


Air Cooled Oil Heat Exchanger

Air Cooled Oil Heat Exchanger

The basic principle behind an air-cooled oil heat exchanger is simple. It consists of a set of finned tubes that are arranged in a bundle and mounted in a frame. The hot oil flows through the tubes, and as it does so, heat is transferred from the oil to the fins. The fins increase the surface area of the tubes, which allows more heat to be transferred to the surrounding air.


The heat transfer process is enhanced by the use of a fan or blower, which draws air over the fins and removes heat from the system. The cooled oil then returns to the process or storage tank.


One of the benefits of air-cooled oil heat exchangers is that they require no water source, making them suitable for use in remote locations or in areas where water is scarce. They also eliminate the need for a cooling tower, reducing installation and maintenance costs. Additionally, they can be used in applications where the oil must be kept at a certain temperature range, as they provide precise control over the cooling process.


However, one disadvantage of air-cooled oil heat exchangers is that they may not be as efficient as water-cooled systems, particularly in high-temperature applications. The ambient air temperature and humidity can also affect the cooling performance of the system.




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