DESCRIPTION PARALLEL DIAGONAL
HOT IN S1 S1
HOT OUT S2 S3
COLD IN S3 S2
COLD OUT S4 S4
MULTIPASS (EVEN NO. OF PASSES)
HOT IN S3 S2
HOT OUT T3 T2
COLD IN T2 T3
COLD OUT S2 S3
MULTIPASS (ODD NO. OF PASSES)
HOT IN T3 T2
HOT OUT S4 S4
COLD IN S1 S1
COLD OUT T2 T3
NOTE 1: For multi section or other arrangement, consult factory.
NOTE 2: Connection locations indicated are shown as typical but may not represent all installations.
If dimensions and connection locations are needed for prepiping layout, write for certified prints
UNITS: GPX 34 (OBSOLETE, EFF. 9/97)
GPX 130 (OBSOLETE)
GPX 258 (OBSOLETE
UNITS : GPX 84P GPX 807
GPX 151 GPX 850
GPX 161 GPX 850B (OBSOLETE)
GPX 237 GPX 915
GPX 258B GPX 1152
GPX 538 GPX 1614
GPX 646 GPX 1700 (OBSOLETE)
GPX 678 GPX 1980
NOTE 1: All units are only offered in the flow pattern indicated.
NOTE 2: Flow directional arrows are typical for single pass and may not represent all installations.
If dimensions and connection locations are needed for prepiping layout, write for certified prints.
As a heat exchanger becomes fouled with dirt, debris or scale, often the modulating valve provides additional hot or cold liquid to help compensate for the loss of efficiency of the heat exchanger.
Over time the control valve will continue to open fully. Unfortunately, on the hottest or coldest days, even with the valve fully open the heat exchanger cannot meet the thermal transfer requirements and the situation becomes critical.
Monitoring just the operating temperature provides a false sense of security. Recording the difference in the outlet and inlet pressures provides a more accurate result of the amount of fouling.
Fouling equal to the thickness of a piece of paper represents a 20% loss of thermal efficiency. In addition, the energy cost for pumps increases since the pump must work harder to overcome the increased pressure resistance through the PHE
T.H. Industrial Solutions Inc. (THS) has been servicing industrial heat exchangers and solving process problems across Canada since 2009. THS head office is located in Pickering, Ontario with a 6,000 square foot service center in Hamilton, Ontario.
Today there are fewer qualified people in this industry that know the products and understand the applications. Utilizing hands on experience and knowledge that has been gained by our THS sales and service technicians for over the past 30 years, we will take the time to understand what you require and strive to provide a prompt, educated and accurate response at a competitive price.