Heat dissipators are used to dissipate the excess of heat and prevent a facility from overheating. This is achieved by means of the thermal exchange between two fluids, where one absorbs the heat of the other. We can find heat dissipators in different facilities, such as solar thermal installations.
These devices consist of three main elements; the casing, the heat exchanger and the motor-fan group.
The casing is made of galvanised steel or stainless steel and, in certain occasions, covered with a plastic PVC layer. The heat exchange usually has a 325 configuration, with a geometry of 25 x 21.65 mm. and copper tubes of 3/8″, or the 538 configuration, with a geometry of 38 x 34 mm. and copper tubes of 5/8″. The motor-fan group is always selected according to the needs of each facility.