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device that transfers heat from one liquid to another without allowing them to mix

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In 1956, Colin Kimble (Bud) Howard created CK Howard Sales Agency, a distributor of boilers, pumps, fire pumps and heat-exchange systems, as a small business operating from his home.
In order to combat this problem the installation of heat-exchange plates in which the emollient can partially condense has been tried.
Ed Palmer, SolarAttic's President and CEO, said, "The porous wall duct is an important addition to our heat-exchange technology.
For more than 60 years, the Tubular Exchanger Manufacturers Association (TEMA) has delivered cutting-edge technology to the heat-exchange industry.
Each heat-exchange tube is custom designed for plant height, throughput, material, and pellet or chip size.
In modern animals, such networks often serve as heat-exchange devices, warming the inhaled air and cooling the brain.
Some sort of heat-exchange system was called for, and staff wanted to be able to open windows themselves.
Further, there is a good deal of work underway to develop chlorofluorocarbon (CFC)-free heat-exchange products for automotive air-conditioning systems.
The most obvious approach is to increase the heat-exchange surface area and at the same time increase the airflow over the surfaces.
Davis-Standard came up with a special three-roll stack that uses synthetic oil as a heat-exchange medium.
They also measured these rates in active, nesting leatherbacks and used mathematical models to predict heat-exchange rates through turtle tissues and blood.
When Frigi-Tech is added to compressor refrigerant streams, Frigi-Tech acts immediately to reduce internal friction between refrigerant and metal surfaces and to enhance heat-exchange capability.
Different materials and systems require varying amounts of heating or cooling in the gate heat-exchange area to keep the thermal slug at precisely the correct temperature.