Heat Exchanger Ontario – We keep you running at peak efficiency!
Heat Exchanger Ontario is one of the largest manufacturers of reliable, industry leading, heat exchangers in Canada. In addition, Heat Exchanger Ontario is an industry leader in servicing all makes of heat exchangers- whether our product or not- you can rely on us to diagnose and service, repair or replace your current heat exchanger or gaskets. We pride ourselves on being one of the most skilled and efficient service of industrial heat exchangers and heat transfer systems in North America.
Service to us means quick turnaround on inquiries and technical calls, as well as knowledgeable support from start to finish. From our knowledgeable sales reps who serve our clients locally- to our traveling reps who have begun to asses and repair heat exchangers, Heat Exchanger Ontario knows that by delivering superior service both before and after the sale, we forge a relationship with our clients and afford ourselves the opportunity to be your go-to heat exchanger and re-gasketing company for years to come.
Our Technicians ensure you get the very best quality
The Plate Heat Exchanger
Plate cleaning to restore like new
The plate heat exchanger is widely recognized today as the most economical and efficient type of heat exchanger on the market. With it’s low cost, flexibility, easy maintenance, and high thermal efficiency it is unmatched by any type of heat exchanger. The key to the plate heat exchanger’s efficiency lies in it’s plates. The corrugation patterns induce turbulent flow- not only achieving unmatched efficiency, it also creates a self-cleaning effect, thereby reducing fouling.
Heat Exchanger Ontario plate corrugations are available in different pressing depths and patterns depending on the application. All are designed to achieve turbulence across the entire heat transfer area in order to get the highest possible heat transfer coefficients, with the lowest possible pressure drop and allow for close temperature approaches. Consequently this means smaller heat transfer area, smaller heat exchangers and sometimes even less heat exchangers. This again means less space requirements, reduced secondary flow rates and smaller pumps.
Plate and frame Heat Exchanger