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Fixing Plate Heat Exchanger Gasket

The following photos are Alfa Laval heat exchanger plates during gasket installation. Learn more about Alfa Laval plate heat exchanger.

Plates are arrange piece by piece after fixing the clip on gasket.

The black clip on gaskets can be seen beside the plates. Clip on gaskets do not need glue to be positioned on the plates.

An overview of the plates. The plates are clean and looks like a new set of plate.

These are the clip on gaskets before they're fixed on the plate.

This plate is not really clean. Can you see the brownish colour on the plate. That is traces of dry oil still sticking on the plate.

This is how a complete set of plate heat exchanger looks like with the plates installed.

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posted by zaki yamani @ 9:52 PM,

4 Comments:

At Saturday, March 10, 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

A very interesting, informative and nice chemical engineering blog. Keep it up!

 
At Monday, March 12, 2007, Blogger Zaki said...

thanks. I hope I can produce more quality content for everybody to benefit. Hope you'll continue supporting us. Thanks

 
At Sunday, August 05, 2007, Blogger Mr & Mrs |mran said...

hi zaki, i stumble upon ur blog while searching for tutorial or ebook about palm oil refining plant. I am working on a project now and since I am only 3 months old in refining line, so it is really tough at the beginning for me but i find it fun too tho :)

for your info, am working with alfa laval and PHE design is one of my job scope too :). We use our in house PHE for our refining plant.

neway...hi 2 u :)

 
At Sunday, August 05, 2007, Blogger zaki said...

hi Mr & Mrs Imran,

Good that you stumbled here. How can I assist you. I'm new to the refining world as well. Where are you from/now? working?

 

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