Bulk Material Heat Exchanger

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Carrier’s most recent development in the processing industry is the Bulk Material Heat Exchanger, or BMHX.  This equipment utilizes a gravity-fed design to flow material between thermal plates, cooling or heating the material as it works its way from top to bottom.  

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Indirect Cooling

The product is cooled when it moves across plates with water or other heat transfer fluids flowing internally through them. The product touching these plates cool by conduction, and since there is no direct contact between material and cooling fluid there is no risk of contamination or need for dust collection or scrubbers.

Low Emissions

Since moving air is not used in the cooling process, there is no issue with emissions or dust, making it perfect for locations or materials with strict emission regulations.

High Material Quality

The material moves slowly in a plug flow through the cooler, reducing product degradation and preventing abrasion of the equipment. The closed environment in the cooler means it can be operated consistently through different external conditions.

 

Small Footprint

Designed to move the product vertically, the BMHX has a small footprint compared to other cooling technologies. This allows it to fit into existing plants with minimal retrofitting and makes it flexible to current operational requirements.

Low Operating Cost

Operating without moving parts and few ancillary components means the Carrier BMHX is low maintenance and easy to keep operating efficiently. The cooler is designed for easy cleaning and part replacement, reducing downtime and expenses.

Energy Efficient

The Carrier BMXH uses gravity to move the material being processed and does not rely on large amounts of process air. Instead, the equipment uses passive cooling through conduction, resulting in minimal energy use compared to other methods.

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