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165181000 With discrete heat transfer means 136
165178000 With support or flow connector 24
165180000 Diverse materials 22
165179000 Projecting internal and external heat transfer means 4
20090008075Polyhedral array heat transfer tube - A heat exchanger tube that comprises a tubular member having a longitudinal axis and having an inner surface that is divided into at least two regions along the circumferential direction. A first plurality of polyhedrons are formed on the inner surface along at least one polyhedral axis. Each of the polyhedrons have four opposite sides. The polyhedrons have first and second faces that are disposed parallel to the polyhedral axis and have third and fourth faces disposed oblique to the polyhedral axis. The polyhedral axis is disposed at a first helical angle with respect to the longitudinal axis of the tube. A second plurality of polyhedrons is formed on the inner surface adjacent to the first plurality of polyhedrons. The second plurality of polyhedrons is disposed along at least one polyhedral axis. Each of the polyhedrons has four opposite sides. The polyhedrons have first and second faces disposed parallel to the polyhedral axis and have third and fourth faces disposed oblique to the polyhedral axis. The polyhedral axis is disposed at a second helical angle with respect to the longitudinal axis of the tube. The orientation of the second helical angle is opposite to the orientation of the first helical angle.01-08-2009
20090294112INTERNALLY FINNED TUBE HAVING ENHANCED NUCLEATION CENTERS, HEAT EXCHANGERS, AND METHODS OF MANUFACTURE - Tubing having internal fins projecting inward from the tube wall, each fin having an external surface that includes multiple acute interior angles or crevices that may form nucleation boiling sites, heat exchangers comprising such tubing, and methods of making same. Acute angles, crevices, or elongated slits may be formed in the sides, center, or both, of the fins or between the fins and the tube wall, and convex rounded surfaces may be provided therebetween. Fins may be parallel to the tube centerline or helically wound. Tubing may be expanded with a bullet which may form an interference fit with external fins, may modify the fins to create more effective nucleate boiling cavities, or both.12-03-2009
20090038786CONDUCTING DEVICE, IN PARTICULAR CORRUGATED FIN, FOR A HEAT EXCHANGER - The invention relates to a conducting device, in particular a corrugated fin, for a heat exchanger, having at least one surface. In order to improve the efficiency of heat exchangers, in particular of evaporators, the surface of the conducting device has an increased roughness, in particular microscopic roughness.02-12-2009
20080236803FINNED TUBE WITH INDENTATIONS - A tube used for heat transfer has adjacent fins extending from an outer surface of the tube with a channel between the fins. The fins include a roof formed over the channel, and holes penetrate the roof into the channel. The fin, including the roof, is monolithic with the tube body. Helical ridges are formed on a tube inner surface, and the tube body includes an indentation in the outer surface which extends the tube body inner surface towards a tube axis.10-02-2008
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20100012307MULTI-CHANNEL FLAT TUBE EVAPORATOR WITH IMPROVED CONDENSATE DRAINAGE - A heat exchange tube includes a tubular member having a flattened cross-section and extending along a longitudinal axis, and a longitudinally extending condensate drain channel formed in an upper wall of the flattened tubular member. A heat exchanger includes a first and a second spaced apart and generally vertical longitudinally extending headers, a plurality of heat exchange tubes disposed in parallel, spaced relationship in a generally vertical array and extending longitudinally between the first header and the second header, and a condensate drain extending longitudinally along, the upper wall of at least one of the plurality of flattened heat exchange tubes. The condensate drain may comprise a longitudinally extending condensate drain channel formed in an upper wall of said flattened tubular member, and/or a series of condensate drain portals formed in the heat transfer fins in a base portion bounding to the upper external surface of at least one heat exchange tube. The condensate drain portals of neighboring heat transfer fins are aligned longitudinally to provide a series of longitudinally aligned condensate drain portals along the upper external surfaces of the heat exchange tubes.01-21-2010
20110192583ALUMINUM ALLOY CLAD MEMBER ADOPTED TO HEAT EXCHANGER, AND CORE MATERIAL FOR THE SAME - A core material for an aluminum alloy clad material contains Si in a content of 0.3% to 1.5% (hereinafter “%” means “percent by mass”), Mn in a content of 0.3% to 2.0%, Cu in a content of 0.3% to 1.5%, Ti in a content of 0.01% to 0.5%, and B in a content of 0.001% to 0.1%, with the remainder including Al and inevitable impurities. The core material and an aluminum alloy clad material using the same ensure sufficient corrosion resistance and give a product having an extended life.08-11-2011
20120175098SYSTEMS AND METHODS TO INSULATE COMPONENTS OF INDUSTRIAL INFRASTRUCTURE - This specification relates to systems and methods to insulate components of industrial infrastructure, such as tank systems and valve boxes used in association with oil wells. According to some implementations, a system includes a component to contain an outflow associated with industrial infrastructure; a foam arranged to insulate an exterior area associated with the component; a moisture barrier arranged to protect the foam; and a support structure to protect the foam from the weight of the component.07-12-2012
20120175097METHOD FOR ENCLOSING HEAT PIPE WITH METAL AND COMPOSITE HEAT PIPE THEREOF - A method for enclosing a heat pipe with metal is disclosed. The method includes the steps of: a) providing a tube made of a metal; b) putting the heat pipe in a hollow of the tube; and c) stretching the tube to shrink an inner diameter of the tube for tightly enclosing the heat pipe.07-12-2012
20100139902PLASTIC HEAT EXCHANGER - The invention relates to a plastic heat exchanger (06-10-2010
20090126921Method For Brazing A Heat Exchanger Folded Tube While Applying A Flux Near A Contact Zone Of The Walls, Resulting Tube - The invention concerns a method for brazing a heat exchanger folded tube (05-21-2009
20130032321MULTIPLE HELICAL VORTEX BAFFLE - A baffle includes a body member having a first surface, a second opposed surface, and an outer peripheral edge. An aperture may be formed through the body member to define an inner peripheral edge. The inner peripheral edge is distorted to be non-planar. An apparatus includes a first conduit having a first end, a second end, and a first channel extending therebetween. At least one baffle is disposed in the first channel and includes a body member having a first surface, a second opposed surface, and an outer peripheral edge. At least one aperture may be formed through the body member to define an inner peripheral edge. The inner peripheral edge is distorted to be non-planar. A second conduit may be disposed inside the first conduit and extend through the aperture in the baffle. The apparatus may be an ultraviolet light reactor, a heat exchanger, or a static mixer.02-07-2013
20130068437Tube for Heat Exchanger, Heat Exchanger, and Method for Manufacturing Tube for Heat Exchanger - Provided is a tube for a heat exchanger in which drainage performance of the tube and the fin is improved while preventing the brazing failure. That is, provided is a tube (03-21-2013
20120181007FLAT TUBE FOR HEAT EXCHANGE - A flat tube for heat exchange includes a body having plural through holes with circular cross-sections. The through holes are arranged in one row and configured to have refrigerant pass through. t07-19-2012
20130087317INTERNAL HEAT EXCHANGER WITH EXTERNAL MANIFOLDS - A heat exchanger includes a plurality of first plate assemblies interleaved with a plurality of second plate assemblies in stacked relation. Each of the plate assemblies includes a flow path for receiving a working fluid therein. Ports formed in each of the plate assemblies are aligned to form an external inlet manifold and an external outlet manifold in fluid communication with the flow paths. Leakage and contamination of the working fluids are minimized by separating the flow paths of the respective working fluids with adjoining double walls and by providing separate external working fluid manifolds.04-11-2013
20090095460STRIPE-INTERWOVEN CAPILLARY STRUCTURE AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF - A capillary structure includes a bare core shown as a long rod shape; and a capillary layer wound around the bare core and covered a surrounding thereof. The capillary layer is constructed by strands that are woven in a plurality of directions (i.e. curly interwoven) and continuously wound around an outer surrounding of the bare core. In the meantime, each woven strands is a strand bundled from a weaving material.04-16-2009
20090095459Blender Air Intake Snorkel for Countertop or In-Counter Installations - A blender with an air intake snorkel where the snorkel extends away from a motor housing provided by the blender is provided. The snorkel includes an air intake opening, an outlet opening, and a conduit fluidly connecting the intake and outlet openings. In one preferred embodiment, the snorkel includes a cap connected to the snorkel wherein the cap partially obstructs access to the intake opening in order to prevent contamination of the conduit. The outlet opening fluidly communicates with an inlet aperture provided by the motor housing. In use, an electric motor contained by the housing actuates a fan. The fan pulls air through the intake opening, conduit, and outlet opening. The air enters the housing via the inlet aperture where it acts to cool the electric motor. In one preferred embodiment, the appliance is a blender and the motor housing comprises a blender base that is installed on a countertop or in-counter (i.e., a portion of the blender extends into or through the plane defined by a countertop). The air intake snorkel reduces contamination of the interior of the appliance, provides efficient airflow for motor cooling, and reduces the re-circulation of warm appliance exhaust air into the motor housing.04-16-2009
20130062044FLUE GAS AIR PREHEATER, AND A METHOD FOR INSTALLATION, AS WELL AS AN AIR PIPE COMPONENT FOR A FLUE GAS AIR PREHEATER - A flue gas air preheater and a method for the installation of air pipes for a flue gas air preheater. The method includes cutting an air pipe connected to the preheater and detaching the portion of the air pipe that is to be removed from the preheater for replacement; fitting a separate new air pipe in place of the air pipe portion to be removed; and connecting the new air pipe to the remaining portion of the air pipe in a sealed manner. The fixing may be performed utilizing a fastening sleeve fixed to the end of the new air pipe and inserting it in the remaining portion of the air pipe. The fixing may be performed by a mechanical sealing solution without welding. The air pipe component for the flue gas air preheater includes an air pipe, and a fastening sleeve.03-14-2013
20090014165FLAT TUBE, FLAT TUBE HEAT EXCHANGER, AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING SAME - A number of flat tubes, flat tube heat exchangers, and methods of manufacturing both are described and illustrated. The flat tubes can be constructed of one, two, or more pieces of sheet material. A profiled insert integral with the flat tube or constructed from another sheet of material can be used to define multiple flow channels through the flat tube. The flat tubes can be constructed of relatively thin material, and can be reinforced with folds of the flat tube material and/or of an insert in areas subject to higher pressure and thermal stresses. Also, the relatively thin flat tube material can have a corrosion layer enabling the material to resist failure due to corrosion. Heat exchangers having such flat tubes connected to collection tubes are also disclosed, as are manners in which such tubes can be provided with fins.01-15-2009
20090014164FLAT TUBE, FLAT TUBE HEAT EXCHANGER, AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING SAME - A number of flat tubes, flat tube heat exchangers, and methods of manufacturing both are described and illustrated. The flat tubes can be constructed of one, two, or more pieces of sheet material. A profiled insert integral with the flat tube or constructed from another sheet of material can be used to define multiple flow channels through the flat tube. The flat tubes can be constructed of relatively thin material, and can be reinforced with folds of the flat tube material and/or of an insert in areas subject to higher pressure and thermal stresses. Also, the relatively thin flat tube material can have a corrosion layer enabling the material to resist failure due to corrosion. Heat exchangers having such flat tubes connected to collection tubes are also disclosed, as are manners in which such tubes can be provided with fins.01-15-2009
20090008074TUBULAR HEAT EXCHANGER - A tubular heat exchanger preferably of a multi-pass design, has a cylindrical shell with open ends that are releasable covered and sealed by preferably two end caps. Located removably in the shell and axially between the end caps is a core having a plurality of outer tubes and preferably a plurality of inner tubes with each one of the inner tubes extending through a respective one of the outer tubes. A plurality of perforated plates disposed in the shell are sealed releasably to respective ends of the inner and outer tubes thereby forming a plurality of liquid tight chambers for the flow of a plurality of segregated mediums and the transfer of heat therebetween.01-08-2009
20080296006ADJUSTABLE HEAT EXCHANGE APPARATUS AND METHOD OF USE - A pipe-within-a-pipe and method of use are provided. The pipe-within-a-pipe comprises a first tube overlaying a second tube. The first tube and the second tube have different structures in some respect.12-04-2008
20110272126FIBER APPLICATION MACHINE PROVIDED WITH FLEXIBLE FIBER CONVEYING TUBES ARRANGED WITHIN A COLD SHEATH - A fiber application machine for the production of composite material parts, comprising a system for displacing a fiber application head, a fiber storage, and a fiber conveyor for conveying the fibers from the fiber storage to the application head, the fiber conveyor being placed in the internal passage of at least one flexible tubular sheath, the machine further comprising a cooling system adapted to inject cold gas in the internal passage of the sheath.11-10-2011
20110005738SOLDERED FLAT TUBE FOR CONDENSERS AND/OR EVAPORATORS - The present invention relates to a soldered flat tube for condensers and/or for evaporators in air-conditioning systems, in particular in motor vehicles, which can be produced by deformation of endless aluminum sheet-metal strips, has two narrow sides and two wide sides and also has inner passages with a hydraulic diameter which is greater than or equal to 0.254 mm, and the flat tube has a tube wall thickness of less than 0.25 mm, wherein both narrow sides are reinforced by having at least double the thickness of the remaining tube wall thickness.01-13-2011
20120097381HEAT SINK - [Task] To improve the cooling efficiency of a heat sink without increasing the size of the heat sink.04-26-2012
20120097380HEAT EXCHANGER - A heat exchanger comprising an outer conduit and an inner conduit, arranged inside of and along the longitudinal axis of the outer conduit, the inner conduit and the outer conduit being arranged to form a fluid flow channel between the inner surface of the outer conduit and the outer surface of the inner conduit, the fluid flow channel having a cross sectional form, in a plane substantially perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of the outer conduit, that is elongate being substantially greater in the circumferential direction of the outer conduit than in the radial direction of the outer conduit.04-26-2012
20110067847Device and Method for Transporting Heat - It is a purpose for the invention to provide a rotating device (03-24-2011
20120061064DISTRIBUTION PIPE - A distribution pipe (03-15-2012
20110198066SINGLE USE HEAT EXCHANGER - The present invention relates to a device incorporating a single use heat exchanger that is sterilized prior to use in the pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, biotechnology or related industries and is used for the heat transfer between one, two or more fluids and is connected to an application, container or process by way of tubing, connectors and/or various fluid flow components.08-18-2011
20130075070HEAT EXCHANGER TUBE - Disclosed is a heat exchanger tube having a flattened pipe having two non-flattened ends connected with a first opening and a second opening. A plurality of first half-slacking narrows and a plurality of second half-slacking narrows are arranged in an interlaced zigzag pattern such that a winding flow channel is formed inside the flattened pipe to increase heat exchange efficiency. In a preferred embodiment, each of the first half-slacking narrow and the second half-slacking narrow consists of a pair of adjacent indentations formed on the two opposing flattened surfaces of the flattened pipe respectively to achieve a unit body structure of the flattened pipe.03-28-2013
20110139426HEAT EXCHANGER - In a heat exchanger that includes an expanded part of a duct, a heat-transfer tube bundle accommodating duct, and a plurality of heat-transfer tube bundles provided in the heat-transfer tube bundle accommodating duct in a flow direction of flue gas with a distance therebetween, a bare-tube-part upstream-side regulating plate and a bare-tube-part downstream-side regulating plate at an upstream side and a downstream side of a bare tube part of each of the heat-transfer tube bundles and a plurality of regulating plates in an introducing unit arranged either in the expanded part of a duct or in the heat-transfer tube bundle accommodating duct on an upstream side to the heat-transfer tube bundle are provided. A drift at the bare tube part of the heat-transfer tube bundles can be significantly reduced.06-16-2011
20080245518Flat Tube Making Platelike Body, Flat Tube, Heat Exchanger and Process for Fabricating Heat Exchanger - A flat tube making platelike body 10-09-2008
20120267087FIBER-REINFORCED BODY, METHOD FOR PRODUCING THE BODY AND PIPE OR TUBE SHEET HAVING THE BODY - A body includes a ceramic material and is suitable for use in a heat exchanger and for conducting fluids. An outer side of the body is at least partially encompassed by at least two fiber bundles in the longitudinal and/or circumferential direction and force-lockingly connected thereto. The fiber bundles are pre-tensioned and neighboring sections of the fiber bundles are disposed at a predetermined distance. A method for producing a body includes providing a body including a ceramic material and being suitable for use in a heat exchanger and for conducting fluids, and encompassing at least sections of the outer side of the body with at least two fiber bundles under a predetermined pretension forming a force-locking connection and with neighboring sections of the fiber bundle disposed at a predetermined distance. A heat exchanger pipe or tube sheet includes the body.10-25-2012
20100263848Aluminum-Aluminum Nitride composite material, manufacturing method thereof and heat exchanger including the same - Molten aluminum is heated in the range of 900° C. to 1300° C. under a nitrogen atmosphere using magnesium as an auxiliary agent to form aluminum nitride directly on the molten aluminum and bond the aluminum nitride to the aluminum so that an Al—AlN composite material is formed. Because aluminum nitride power needs not to be sintered at high temperature equal to or higher than 1900° C., the Al—AlN composite material can be formed at low temperature in the range of 900° C. to 1300° C. compared with the high temperature equal to or higher than 1900° C., and thereby the high-density aluminum nitride can be obtained.10-21-2010
20080264620Flat Tube, Platelike Body for Making the Flat Tube and Heat Exchanger - A flat tube includes a pair of upper and lower walls opposed to each other, two side walls interconnecting the upper and lower walls at left and right opposite side edges thereof, and a covering wall provided over the outer surface of the left side wall and brazed to the left side wall. The left side wall is made from a side wall forming portion projecting downward from the upper wall integrally therewith and a side wall forming portion projecting upward from the lower wall integrally therewith by brazing these portions as butted against each other. The covering wall is made by folding a covering wall forming portion formed by extending one side edge of the upper wall. The left side wall including the wall forming portion of the upper wall and the wall forming portion of the lower wall can be protected.10-30-2008
20090260789HEAT EXCHANGER WITH EXPANDED METAL TURBULIZER - A heat exchanger incorporating a turbulizer or heat transfer surface wherein the turbulizer is a corrugated member having parallel spaced-apart ridges and planar portions extending therebetween. The heat transfer surface has a plurality of micro-openings formed over at least a portion of its surface so as to create a uniform porosity over the portions of the turbulizer in which they are provided.10-22-2009
20090183865COOLING DUCT AND ELECTRONIC APPARATUS - A cooling duct for cooling heat generating elements inside a casing with outside air includes an intake vent through which outside air taken in from outside the casing is drawn, a guiding unit configured to guide the outside air drawn through the intake vent to a first target element being a heat generating element to be cooled, a discharge vent through which the outside air guided by the guiding unit is discharged to the first target element, and a branch pipe provided in the guiding unit and configured to guide part of the outside air flowing in the guiding unit to a second target element being another heat generating element to be cooled.07-23-2009
20120067557FLOW CHANNEL FOR A HEAT EXCHANGER, AND HEAT EXCHANGER COMPRISING SUCH FLOW CHANNELS - The invention relates to a flow channel of a heat exchanger with two parallel heat transfer areas (F03-22-2012
20110226455Slotted impingement plates for heat exchangers - Impingement plates for shell and tube heat exchangers are positioned between the inlet openings and the tubes with the surfaces of the impingement plates being normal to the flow path of the liquid entering the shell from the inlet openings and having a plurality of openings through which a portion of the liquid passes before contacting the tubes. The openings can be formed as elongated parallel slots that are positioned parallel to the tubes and function to enhance the fluid flow, especially in the area that is immediately downstream from the impingement plates, thereby reducing fluid stagnation, fouling and tube erosion and prolonging the useful life and time in service between maintenance shut downs.09-22-2011
20120193081HEAT-DISSIPATION STRUCTURE AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF - A heat-dissipation structure and a manufacturing method thereof are disclosed. The heat-dissipation structure includes a base having a main body and a tube. The tube has an inlet, an outlet, and a tube body; and the tube body is correspondingly embedded in the main body to serve as a flow passage while the inlet and the outlet are exposed from the main body. The heat-dissipation structure can be manufactured by pour molding or insert molding to embed the tube in the base for serving as a flow passage. With the manufacturing method, the heat-dissipation structure can be formed at reduced material, labor and time costs without the risk of water leakage.08-02-2012
20090260790METAL TUBES FOR HEAT PIPES AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING THE SAME - In metal tubes for heat pipes and a method of manufacturing the metal tubes, a metal tube includes a tube defining an inner space, and at least one dividing portion extruding from an inner sidewall of the metal tube. The at least one dividing portion divides the inner space into a vapor channel and a liquid channel connected to the vapor channel. The metal tubes can prevent heat pipe form being dried out and improve heat dissipation efficiency of heat pipes.10-22-2009
20120103586HEAT EXCHANGER, METHOD FOR OPERATING THE HEAT EXCHANGER AND USE OF THE HEAT EXCHANGER IN AN AIR CONDITIONER - In a heat exchanger comprising a capillary tube register in which a fluid to be cooled and/or heated is routed through capillary tubes and in which air flows around the capillary tubes in countercurrent flow relative to the fluid, the capillary tube register comprises at least one capillary tube mat formed from longitudinal and lateral capillary tubes connected together in a mesh pattern for fluid throughput. At least the longitudinal capillary tubes are each connected by way of the ends thereof to a common trunk for feeding, and to a common trunk for discharging, the fluid.05-03-2012
20130213626MULTI-ZONE CIRCUITING FOR A PLATE-FIN AND CONTINUOUS TUBE HEAT EXCHANGER - A multi-zone heat exchanger has a first end and a second end and a width divided into a plurality of parallel airflow zones. Each zone defines an airflow section of the heat exchanger that receives a portion of the airflow through the heat exchanger. A first tube of continuous construction is coupled to an inlet port and to an outlet port and forms a first refrigerant circuit spanning three or more passes from the first end to the second end. The first refrigerant circuit passes between at least two zones of the plurality of zones. A second tube of continuous construction is coupled to the inlet port and to the outlet port and forms a second refrigerant circuit spanning three or more passes from the first end to the second end. The second refrigerant circuit passes between the at least two zones of the plurality of zones.08-22-2013
20100230082IN-LINE HEAT-EXCHANGER AND METHOD OF FORMING SAME - An in-line heat exchanger comprising first and second lengths of seamless, walled tubing, the first length of tubing characterized by a larger diameter than the diameter of the second length of tubing, and the second length of walled tubing disposed within the first length of walled tubing. A plurality of longitudinally-extending channels are defined in the wall of at least one of the first and second lengths of tubing, the channels defining therebetween a plurality of longitudinally-extending passageways in the area between the walls of the first and second lengths of tubing. Terminal portions provided at opposite ends of the first length of tubing are each sealed with respect to the second length of tubing, each terminal portion defining one of an inlet or an outlet, and each terminal portion defining at least one interior passageway between the terminal portion and the wall of the second length of tubing, the at least one interior passageway communicating the plurality of longitudinally-extending passageways with one of the inlet or outlet.09-16-2010
20100224348METHOD FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF AN EJECTOR NOZZLE TUBE - A method for manufacturing an ejector nozzle tube, includes forming an essentially rectangular plate-type blank 09-09-2010
20120193082HEAT EXCHANGER - A u-tube heat exchanger has inlet tubes arranged in a pressure neutral inlet tube plate, a heating medium flows via the inlet tubes into u-tubes arranged in a tube sheet where the medium splits in two and flows from both ends of the u-tubes into a heating medium outlet chamber and exits the heat exchanger via an outlet nozzle.08-02-2012
20100243225FLAT TUBE, FLAT TUBE HEAT EXCHANGER, AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING SAME - A number of flat tubes, flat tube heat exchangers, and methods of manufacturing both are described and illustrated. The flat tubes can be constructed of one, two, or more pieces of sheet material. A profiled insert integral with the flat tube or constructed from another sheet of material can be used to define multiple flow channels through the flat tube. The flat tubes can be constructed of relatively thin material, and can be reinforced with folds of the flat tube material and/or of an insert in areas subject to higher pressure and thermal stresses. Also, the relatively thin flat tube material can have a corrosion layer enabling the material to resist failure due to corrosion. Heat exchangers having such flat tubes connected to collection tubes arc also disclosed, as are manners in which such tubes can be provided with fins.09-30-2010
20100252244Tube and heat exchanger using the same, and method of manufacturing tube - A tube for a heat exchanger is formed by bending a three-layer clad material of an aluminum alloy to have an overlapped portion. The three-layer clad material is formed by a core material layer containing Mg not smaller than 0.2 wt % after brazing, a brazing material layer on one surface of the core material layer, and a high melting-point material layer on the other surface of the core material layer. The brazing material layer has a thickness not smaller than 25 μm before the brazing, and has a melting point lower than 600° C. The high melting-point material layer has a melting point equal to or higher than 600° C. In addition, the brazing material layer and the high melting-point material layer opposite to each other in the overlapped portion are bonded by the brazing at a temperature not lower than 450° C. for a time within 12 minutes.10-07-2010
20100200202AUTOMOTIVE HEAT EXCHANGER EXTRUSION TUBE AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE SAME - An automotive heat exchanger extrusion tube includes a tube body; and a coating layer formed by applying a coating liquid containing silicon powder to an outer surface of the tube body, wherein the coating layer is formed only on a portion of the outer surface of the tube body and extends along the longitudinal direction of the tube body.08-12-2010
20100200204COOLING APPARATUS OF ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT - In a cooling apparatus of an electronic equipment that cools down a heating element by circulating a refrigerant, air taken in once is prevented from taking in again into a water tank. A main water tank 08-12-2010
20080283233COOLANT TUBE - A coolant tube with a tube has with a tube jacket formed of a plastic material that exhibits a high diffusion coefficient for gas and that contains at least one electrically conductive additive.11-20-2008
20120031601MULTICHANNEL TUBES WITH DEFORMABLE WEBS - The present disclosure is directed to multichannel tubes that can be expanded to assemble the multichannel tubes within plate fin heat exchangers. The multichannel tubes each include several generally parallel flow paths, which are separated from one another by deformable webs slanted in a common direction across a width of the multichannel tubes. The webs may deform upon expansion of the tubes with a high pressure fluid. During expansion, the webs may stretch, shift positions, and/or change shape to allow the outer dimensions of the tube to increase. The multichannel tubes may be designed to expand to fill openings of plate fins, creating an interference fit between the multichannel tubes and the plate fins.02-09-2012
20110017439HEAT EXCHANGER FOR HEATING TEMPERATURE AND RESIDENCE TIME SENSITIVE PRODUCTS - The invention relates to a tube bundle heat exchanger for transferring heat for the temperature sensitive and/or polymerisible substances. Said heat exchanger comprises a housing (01-27-2011
20120145371COMPONENTS WITH COOLING CHANNELS AND METHODS OF MANUFACTURE - A component is disclosed. The component includes a substrate comprising an outer surface and an inner surface. The inner surface defines at least one hollow, interior space, and the outer surface defines one or more grooves that extend at least partially along the outer substrate surface and have a respective base. One or more access holes are formed through the base of a respective groove, to connect the groove in fluid communication with the respective hollow interior space. The component further includes a coating comprising one or more layers disposed over at least a portion of the outer substrate surface. The groove(s) and the coating together define one or more channels for cooling the component. One or more trenches are formed through one or more coating layers and at least partially define at least one exit region for the cooling channel(s). A method of fabricating a component is also provided.06-14-2012
20100224349HEAT EXCHANGE TUBE - A heat exchange tube is constructed by forming, on a cylindrical tube peripheral wall, a plurality of projecting portions which project to an inside of the tube peripheral wall, and which are formed by pushing. The plurality of projecting portions are formed, respectively, into conical shapes across a tube axis, and are arranged along virtual spirals on the tube peripheral wall. Accordingly, it is possible to provide a heat exchange tube which facilitates formation of a plurality of projecting portions with the thickness hardly changed and without formation of protruded portions, and which is capable of contributing to enhancement of heat exchanging efficiency.09-09-2010
20100200203Heat Exchanger - The invention relates to a heat exchanger for heat exchange between fluids, comprising a housing having an inlet and an outlet for each fluid, the inlet and outlet for each fluid being connected to one another by a flow path, the flow path of a first fluid comprising multiple heat exchange modules comprising at least one longitudinal hollow tube, wherein the modules are arranged in a matrix configuration that comprises at least two columns of longitudinal tubes and at least two rows of longitudinal tubes, and wherein a module is provided with at least one connector for connecting to a co-operating connector of an adjacent module, such that the space enclosed between adjacent modules defines a flow path for a second fluid, parallel to the flow path for the first fluid.08-12-2010
20090038785Tubes for heat exchange - Apparatus for heat-transfer between the flowing heat agents inside and outside of a closed wall, which apparatus is a tube for heat exchange, which tube is shaped and arrenged in such a way that increases the heat-transfer up to the highest possible value to attain.02-12-2009
20110100615ALUMINUM ALLOY STRIPS FOR BRAZED HEAT EXCHANGER TUBES - A brazing sheet made up of a core sheet made of aluminum alloy covered on at least one side with a layer of cladding forming a sacrificial anode. The layer of cladding is formed of an aluminum alloy of chemical composition, in % by weight: Si: >2.0-7.0; Fe<0.5; Cu<1.0; Mn: 1.0-2.0; Mg<0.5; Zn: 1.0-3.0; Cr<0.25; Ni<1.5; Ti<0.25; Co<1.5; V, In, Sn, Zr, Sc<0.25 each; other elements <0.05 each and 0.15 in total. A heat exchanger tube may be produced by folding and brazing from the brazing sheet, where the layer of cladding forms a sacrificial anode constituting the lining of the tube or “inner-liner.”05-05-2011
20110247793SUPPORT FOR A HELICAL COIL INSERTED IN A HEAT EXCHANGER TUBE - A helical coil is supported inside a heat exchanger tube by at least one inside protrusion on the inside wall of the tube, the at least one protrusion supports the helical coil on a contact point of the helical coil against downwards movement in the tube and supports the helical coil on the end point of the helical coil against rotational movement in a first rotational direction relative to the tube.10-13-2011
20120031602METHOD OF FORMING HEAT EXCHANGER TUBES - A method for manufacturing tubes, in particular for heat exchangers, composed of endless ribbons on a roller mill, wherein the tubes are composed of at least two ribbons which are subjected to a shaping process on the roller mill, wherein perforations or predetermined break points are introduced into the ribbons at predetermined locations, wherein a step of making the perforations in the ribbons is carried out, after which the ribbons are combined to form the tube and after which individual tubes are separated off at the predetermined locations. The formation of the perforations or the predetermined break points in at least one of the two ribbons is performed within or at the end of the shaping process of the corresponding ribbon so that some of the pairs of rollers do not require a drive.02-09-2012
20110000656FLAT TUBE AND PRODUCTION METHOD - A flat tube for use with a heat exchanger. The flat tube including wide sides, narrow sides, an inner insert, a wall that at least partially forms the wide sides and the narrow sides, and the wall is configured to be produced from a punched-out blank. The flat tube further includes an introduction bevel in order to facilitate introduction of the inner insert. The introduction bevel includes at least two bent-down projections at an end of the flat tube. The at least two projections extend over portions of at least one of the wide sides and the narrow sides, and it being possible for the at least two projections to be separated off after the introduction of the inner insert.01-06-2011
20100212875TUBULAR HEAT DISPERSING STRUCTURE - The present invention discloses a tubular heat dispersing structure which utilizes tubular channel to contact with the heat source(s) and the heat conductor for restricting the heated air. When the flowing air flows into the channel, it is to produce the flowing naturally, and the heated air flows toward the opening rapidly. Therefore, the structure of the present invention can form air flowing actively for achieving the heat dispersing effect. Besides, the structure of the present invention also can have varied geometric shapes and sizes for corresponding to different shapes of different heat sources and heat conductors, so that a better stacked attachment therebetween can be achieved, thereby saving the cost of building the molds and corresponding to the heat dispersing requirements of various power.08-26-2010
20100025029HEAT EXCHANGER TUBE AND METHOD OF FORMING THE SAME - Flat heat exchanger tubes having two narrow and two broad sides are shown and described, wherein the flat tubes can be manufactured from two continuous strips having a relatively large curve on one longitudinal edge of the strips and having a relatively small curve on the other longitudinal edge of the strips. The two strips can be arranged laterally transposed with respect to one another to form the wall of the flat tubes, so that the relatively large curve of the longitudinal edge of one strip holds in itself the relatively small curve of the longitudinal edge of the other strip to form the narrow sides of the flat tubes. The strips can be formed with at least one further contoured portion which extends in the longitudinal direction of the flat tubes and which improves cohesion of the flat tube.02-04-2010
20110005739Copper Alloy for Heat Exchanger Tube - An alloy comprising copper, nickel, tin and, optionally, phosphorus which can be used in, for example, a copper alloy tube for heat exchangers that provides excellent fracture strength and processability for reducing the weight of the tube and for use in high pressure applications with cooling media such as carbon dioxide.01-13-2011
20120145372TEMPERATURE CHANGING DEVICE - A temperature changing device has a tubular member with a restricting portion that changes the air speed and pressure of liquids flowing there. An air inlet is provided to allow cooling or warming air to be drawn in and mix with the liquid in a mixing region. The air inlet is placed close to the bottom portion of the restricting portion. The restricting portion and inlet opening are placed far enough from the open top portion to allow for sufficient temperature change. In one embodiment, a stirring portion is provided to allow a user to stir a beverage such as coffee or tea.06-14-2012
20090173484METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR CONTROLLING TEMPERATURE IN A VESSEL - Methods and systems for a vessel preheating system are provided. The system includes a pressure vessel including an area of excess heat and an area of deficient heat, a plenum defined between the area of excess heat and the area of deficient heat, and a conduit configured to couple a flow of purge fluid from external to the vessel into the plenum wherein heat from the area of excess heat is transferred to the flow of purge fluid in the plenum and the heat is carried by the flow of purge fluid into the area of deficient heat such that the flow of purge fluid purges the area of deficient heat.07-09-2009
20100288479Metal-Based Microchannel Heat Exchangers Made by Molding Replication and Assembly - Compression molding of metals is used to make microchannel heat exchangers. Heat transfer can be improved by employing controlled microchannel surface roughness. Flux-free bonding is achieved using a eutectic thin-film intermediate layer. Seals are leak-tight, mechanically strong, and uniform across multiple contact areas. The metal heat exchangers may be mass-produced inexpensively, and are useful for applications including the cooling of computer chips and other high-power electronic devices, air conditioning, refrigeration, condenser plates, radiators, fuel cell heat management, and instant water heating.11-18-2010
20110315364MULTICHANNEL HEAT EXCHANGER TUBES WITH FLOW PATH INLET SECTIONS - The present disclosure is directed to multichannel tubes with flow path inlet sections that allow refrigerant to enter the flow paths through an outer wall of the multichannel tubes. In certain embodiments, a portion of the outer wall is removed to expose the flow paths to a distribution chamber within an inlet manifold divided into an inlet section and a distribution section by a distributor. According to certain embodiments, the inlet section may be designed to have a relatively small cross-sectional area that promotes mixed phase flow of liquid and vapor refrigerant. The multichannel tubes extend into the distribution section to partition the distribution section into a series of distribution chambers defined by a pair of adjacent tubes, the distributor, and the inlet manifold. Within each distribution chamber, the refrigerant may be directed into the multichannel tubes through the flow path inlet sections of the multichannel tubes.12-29-2011
20120111549HEAT TRANSPORT FLUID PASSAGE DEVICE WITH HYDROPHOBIC MEMBRANE - A heat transport fluid passage device for a heat transport circuit has a wall defining a passage through which a heat transport fluid flows. The heat transport fluid contains a solvent made of water or an organic substance and fine particles dispersed in the solvent. A hydrophobic membrane is formed on a surface of the wall.05-10-2012
20120152508HEAT EXCHANGE APPARATUS - The heat exchange apparatus provides a flow passage for the heat exchange fluid comprising a succession of flow passage chamber portions separated from one another by intervening throttle forming passage portions of smaller cross section, and therefore of smaller flow capacity, transverse to the flow direction, so that the heat exchange fluid moves at a higher velocity in the throttle forming portions than in the chamber portions. The fluid is moved at a rate such that its velocity in the throttle forming portions is high enough to reduce the thickness of the fluid boundary layer on the passage wall and thereby facilitate the heat exchange. Alternatively, or in addition, the velocity is high enough to at least reduce the rate of fouling of the passage wall surface. Alternatively, or in addition, the fluid flows as eddy vortices, the spacing of the chamber portions along the passage being such that wake interference flow is established which enhances the rate of heat exchange. The exchanger is intended principally for use in combination with a spinning tube in tube reactor with a very small annular cross section reaction passage between them, the exchanger also being of tubular form with the stator tube constituting a wall of the heat exchanger.06-21-2012
20120111548METHOD OF MAKING A HEAT EXCHANGER TUBE, AND HEAT EXCHANGER - In a method of making a heat exchanger tube, a tube of circular cross section is shaped to a tube of non-circular cross section, such as for example rectangular cross section, and a waved configuration is imparted in longitudinal direction and/or transverse direction of the tube of non-circular cross section.05-10-2012
20110067846Heat Conducting Structure With Coplanar Heated Portion Manufacturing Method Thereof And Heat Sink Therewith - A heat conducting structure, a heat sink with the heat conducting structure, and a manufacturing method of the heat conducting structure are disclosed. The manufacturing method includes the steps of providing a first mold (03-24-2011
20120118548Plate Heat Exchanger - A plate heat exchanger realizing improved heat exchange performance by increasing the fluidity of fluids and by promoting turbulence of the fluids, including: heat exchange elements stacked by being laid one on top of another and individually formed by assembling upper and lower plates, with an internal flow channel defined in each of the heat exchange elements and an external flow channel defined between the heat exchange elements, the internal and external flow channels allowing internal and external fluids to pass therethrough, respectively, wherein the upper and lower plates are provided with respective wave patterns having ridges and valleys, each of the heat exchange elements has an inlet port and an outlet port, the upper and lower plates respectively have an upper flange and a lower flange which are assembled with each other through fitting, and first and second flat parts are formed around the upper and lower flanges.05-17-2012
20120118547TUBE PLUG FOR A HEAT EXCHANGER TUBE - A tube plug adapted to be driven into and then plug an open end of a heat exchange tube that extends transversely through and is secured in a tubesheet of a heat exchanger, where the tube plug includes an elongated shaft having a lead part adapted to be introduced into the open end of the heat exchange tube and an opposite rear part, and a fluid seal situated on the lead part, the seal including a set of lead and rear ring flanges fixed to the lead part, extending radially outward therefrom, and axially spaced apart from each other, and a compressible and resilient ring-shaped gasket adapted to encircle the lead part of the shaft when situated axially between the ring flanges.05-17-2012
20120125587HEAT EXCHANGER FOR BATHING SHOWER - The present invention provides a heat exchanger for bathing shower comprising an upper deck, a lower chassis and two hatches. On the bottom surface of the upper deck are disposed several parallel septa, whose integral propping strength is good enough to support maximal body weight of a bathing user. After having assembled, the circulation of internal water passages is configured into a continual zigzag duct to increase energy saving effect in consequence of improvement in heat exchanging efficiency of the water heater. With simple structure, it is easily fabricated by traditional extruding method without welding process and related welding technician. Thereby, selling price is reduced with marketing competitiveness because overall manufacturing cost is decreased so that the purchasing intention of the consumers is spurred. Thus, it is not only favorable to promote and penetrate marketing range and depth but also valuable to achieve energy saving and carbon reducing effect.05-24-2012
20120125586SEPARABLE LIQUID-COOLING HEAT-DISSIPATION MODULE - A separable liquid-cooling heat-dissipation module has a first flow pipe, a second flow pipe, and a plurality of heat conduction blocks. The second flow pipe is set on a top end of the first flow pipe. A bottom end of the second flow pipe has a gap, so that a heat-insulating structure is formed between the first flow pipe and the second flow pipe. The heat conduction blocks are installed on both sides of the first flow pipe and the second flow pipe. A combination of the first flow pipe, the second flow pipe, and the heat conduction blocks provides a modular heat-dissipation structure and also achieves effects of heat-dissipation and energy-saving.05-24-2012
20100012306Procedure For Manufacture Of A Tube For Conveyance Of A Fluid Of A Heat Exchanger, And Tube Obtained By Such Procedure - The present invention concerns a procedure for manufacture of a tube for conveyance of a fluid of a heat exchanger, such tube being of the type presenting a substantially rectangular cross-section, formed by two opposed walls of greater width and two rounded walls of lesser width, said procedure consists of realising the following stages: a) Commencing from a metal sheet (01-21-2010
20120312517PROCESS FOR PRODUCING HEAT EXCHANGER TUBES AND HEAT EXCHANGER TUBES - A process for making heat exchanger tubes includes the operating steps of cutting a piece of sheet, subjecting the piece of sheet (12-13-2012
20120312516TWO-LAYER WIND-GUIDING SHROUD - A two-layer wind-guiding shroud includes a base. The interior of the base includes a first wind-guiding channel and a second wind-guiding channel longitudinally overlapped with each other. The first wind-guiding channel has a first wind entrance and a first wind exit. The second wind-guiding channel has a second wind entrance and a second wind exit. The first wind exit and the second wind exit are staggered. By this arrangement, the airflow generated by a fan can be guided into different wind-guiding channels toward different locations, thereby increasing the heat-dissipating efficiency of the fan.12-13-2012
20090020278FLAT TUBE, FLAT TUBE HEAT EXCHANGER, AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING SAME - A number of flat tubes, flat tube heat exchangers, and methods of manufacturing both are described and illustrated. The flat tubes can be constructed of one, two, or more pieces of sheet material. A profiled insert integral with the flat tube or constructed from another sheet of material can be used to define multiple flow channels through the flat tube. The flat tubes can be constructed of relatively thin material, and can be reinforced with folds of the flat tube material and/or of an insert in areas subject to higher pressure and thermal stresses. Also, the relatively thin flat tube material can have a corrosion layer enabling the material to resist failure due to corrosion. Heat exchangers having such flat tubes connected to collection tubes are also disclosed, as are manners in which such tubes can be provided with fins.01-22-2009
20090020277FLAT TUBE, FLAT TUBE HEAT EXCHANGER, AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING SAME - A number of flat tubes, flat tube heat exchangers, and methods of manufacturing both are described and illustrated. The flat tubes can be constructed of one, two, or more pieces of sheet material. A profiled insert integral with the flat tube or constructed from another sheet of material can be used to define multiple flow channels through the flat tube. The flat tubes can be constructed of relatively thin material, and can be reinforced with folds of the flat tube material and/or of an insert in areas subject to higher pressure and thermal stresses. Also, the relatively thin flat tube material can have a corrosion layer enabling the material to resist failure due to corrosion. Heat exchangers having such flat tubes connected to collection tubes are also disclosed, as are manners in which such tubes can be provided with fins.01-22-2009
20090020276ALUMINUM ALLOY BRAZING SHEET AND ALUMINUM ALLOY TUBE FOR HEAT EXCHANGER - The present invention relates to an aluminum alloy brazing sheet (01-22-2009
20120261104Microchannel Heat Exchangers and Reactors - A method of making a core of, or a micro-channel heat exchanger includes making constructs from wire and sheet material. The constructs are then stacked together according to the desired orientation of the channels for the core. The stacked constructs are then bonded together to form the core.10-18-2012
20130008637ENCASEMENT FOR HEAT TRANSFER FLUID (HTF) CONDUITS - An encasement for heat transfer fluid (HTF) conduits having an outer layer (01-10-2013
20120227947MULTI TUBE HEAT EXCHANGER - Heat exchanger for heat exchange or heat recovery in systems such as refrigeration or heat pump systems, in particular a condenser or evaporator in such systems The heat exchanger is shaped of a multi-port aluminium extrusion (09-13-2012
20100326642DIAMOND MODIFIED HEAT EXCHANGERS, STEAM GENERATORS, CONDENSERS, RADIATORS AND FEEDWATER HEATERS - Diamond has superior strength and heat transfer capability. The efficiency of heat exchangers, steam generators, condensers, radiators and feedwater heaters is increased by using diamond tubes (12-30-2010
20110120687CHANNEL SYSTEM - Present invention relates to a channel system for improving the relation between pressure drop and heat, moisture and/or mass transfer of fluids flowing through said system, said channel system comprising at least one channel comprising at least a first and a second flow director, said channel having a cross-section area A and a first and a second cross-section area A05-26-2011
20120325450Connector for Tube-In-Tube Heat Exchanger and Methods of Making and Using Same - A one-piece connector for a tube-in-tube heater exchanger comprising a T-shaped or Y-shaped outer tube is disclosed, along with a heat exchanger, a method of making the connector, and a method of making a heat exchanger.12-27-2012
20100089560HEAT EXCHANGER - A heat exchanger assembled from multiple heat exchanging tubes. Each of the multiple heat exchanging tubes is formed as a flattened tube of 0.5 mm in thickness by press work or bending work of a stainless steel plate member having a thickness of 0.1 mm. Each of the multiple heat exchanging tubes is structured to have multiple lines of sequential wave crests and multiple lines of sequential wave troughs formed on each of flattened faces of the heat exchanging tube. The multiple lines of the sequential wave crests and the multiple lines of the sequential wave troughs are arranged to have a preset angle γ relative to a main stream of an air flow. The lines of the sequential wave crests and the lines of the sequential wave troughs are symmetrically folded back about folding lines arranged at a preset interval W along the main stream of the air flow.04-15-2010
201301680713D POROUS MATERIAL COMPRISING MACHINED SIDE - 3D porous material comprises at least one machined side. The machined side has a solid percentage P07-04-2013
20130146268HEAT EXCHANGER WITH FINS AND METHOD FOR FORMING SAME - A heat exchanger having a metal body with a plurality of fluid passages extending through the metal body, and a plurality of fins skived from the upper surface of the metal body of the heat exchanger and a method of forming the plurality of fins in the metal body of the heat exchanger.06-13-2013
20100307727HEAT EXCHANGER AND MANUFACTURING METHOD OF HEAT EXCHANGING PIPE COMPOSING IT - The present invention relates to a heat exchanger and a manufacturing method of a heat exchanging pipe composing it that are capable of preventing the flow of exhaust gas from being obstructed because the heat exchanging pipe is expanded and a space between the heat exchanging pipes is narrowed due to a water pressure of heating water flowing in the inside of the heat exchanging pipe. In order to implement this, according to the present invention, in a heat exchanger with a heat exchanging pipe where heating water flows therein and that has a rectangular cross section in which a width of a side being in contact with combustion gas is larger than a height, the heat exchanging pipe has a shape for offsetting deformation by previously considering deformation of the heat exchanging pipe generated by water pressure of the heating water flowing therein. According to the present invention, when the water pressure of the heating water is applied to the inside of the heat exchanging pipe, a cross section of the heat exchanging pipe is deformed to a shape ideal for exchanging heat, whereby the combustion gas can smoothly pass a space between the heat exchanging pipes.12-09-2010
20130126143COOLING JACKET - A cooling jacket for cooling an electric motor is provided. The cooling jacket has one or more continuous S-shaped pipes, covering the electric motor, for conducting working fluid, wherein each continuous S-shaped pipe at least has: a forwarding portion and a reversed portion, respectively extending along two circumferential directions which are parallel but opposite to each other; and a turning portion connected between the forwarding portion and the reversed portion.05-23-2013
20100314091WATER COOLED PANEL - A water cooled panel includes a continuous coil having a plurality of straight pipe sections and “U” shaped 180° elbow sections that are integral part of the pipe, the continuous coil included by a pipe having a wall thickness of from 0.270 inches to 0.600 inches and an outer diameter of from 2.375 inches to 3.5 inches12-16-2010
20110232885HEAT TRANSFER DEVICE WITH FINS DEFINING AIR FLOW CHANNELS - An exemplary cooling system includes a heat transfer device having a base and a plurality of curved fins defining a curved air flow channel. Air flow is provided through the air flow channel, and a plurality of openings through a fin communicate air flow from a first side to a second side of the curved fin.09-29-2011
20130192811Heat Exchanger Tube, Heat Exchanger Comprising Such Tubes And Method For Producing One Such Tube - Heat exchanger tube (08-01-2013
20130192812HEAT EXCHANGER WITH DIE-CAST ELEMENTS AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE SAME - A method for manufacturing a heat exchanger with die-cast elements, comprising a die-casting step for die-casting at least one element of a heat exchanger by means of at least one die, further comprising a positioning step for positioning at least one contoured duct inside the die, performed prior to the die-casting step.08-01-2013
20130199763Manufacturing Method Of Heat Exchanger, And Heat Exchanger Manufactured By Such Manufacturing Method - The disclosed method relates to manufacturing a heat exchanger which causes no brazing defects, and a heat exchanger manufactured by the method. The method relates to manufacturing a heat exchanger having an aluminum alloy tube defining a cooling-medium flowing passage and a copper alloy tube defining a water flowing passage, wherein a heat exchange is carried out between a cooling medium flowing through the cooling-medium flowing passage and water flowing through the water flowing passage. The aluminum alloy tube and the copper alloy tube are brazed to each other at a temperature of less than 548° C.08-08-2013
20130098590Heat Exchanger with heat exchange chambers and plate members utilizing respective medium directing members and method of making same - A heat exchange unit having a plurality of chamber assembly coupled to a plate member, said chamber assembly including an inlet flow tube, an outlet flow tube, and a plurality of walls defining a chamber interior. Disposed within the chamber interior is a medium-directing member, having an inclined surface, diverting the heat exchange medium from the initial flow direction so that it disperses within the chamber interior, in to at least two distinct flow patterns. The heat exchange medium exits the chamber, via the outlet, in the initial line of flow. The chambers are interconnected by tubes to form assemblies. A plurality of plate member having plurality of chamber assembly is arranged on a spaced relation between manifolds to complete the medium flow.04-25-2013
20120085524Modular Liquid Cooling System - Cooling systems include a first passageway forming member that includes first and second ends and at least one connecting recess that opens into first and second passageways formed by the first passageway forming member. A second passageway forming member includes first and second ends and inlet and outlet ports proximate the first end such that the first end, including an elastomeric seal and the inlet and outlet ports, is sealably insertable in and removable from the at least one connecting recess, where the inlet port opens into the first passageway and the outlet port opens into the second passageway, and where, when the first end is inserted in the at least one connecting recess, the elastomeric seal is sandwiched between and in substantial contact with both the first end and the first passageway forming member.04-12-2012

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