Cooling Element-HCE - OVERVIEW 
by Haygor

This cooling tower is ideal for applications with high media temperatures by creating a temperature drop of (min) 200 °F (93C). Results vary based on environmental conditions.  

When are cooling elements used?  

1) When the process media temperature exceeds the permissible temperature limit of the pressure measuring instrument. Through air circulation and heat radiation at the cooling element, the process media temperature lowers sufficiently so that the temperature does not exceed its limits, reducing the possibility of temperature errors. 

2) Another use of the "cooling" element is when you want to warm cold media, provided that the ambient temperature is higher than that of the media.

Product Features

  • Configure your model for your application
  • For medium temperatures up to 600 °F
  • Can work with pressures up to 600 bar
  • Connections for ¼" or ½" NPT, G ½ B (EN 837)
  • Compact Design
  • Made of 316SS