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The most important factor in ensuring the heat exchanger adequately facilitates heat transfer between fluids according to usage needs is the type of plate used. Effective heat transfer is achieved through exchanger plates designed in various forms. Our exchanger plate types are as follows;

Standard Exchanger Plates
Standard Plates are used in standard applications such as hot water supply for everyday use, low-pressure steam applications, and space heating. For these types of applications, customizations like special distribution channels, wide and narrow angled plate designs, and different plate depths that achieve maximum efficiency with minimal pressure losses can be made.

Wide Gap Exchanger Plates
In some applications, the fluid passing through the exchanger contains solid particles. For these applications, the wide gap plates specially designed by the MIT Team allow the particles in the fluid to continue their path without getting caught in the channels of the exchanger plate, thus keeping the level of plate contamination to a minimum. Exchanger plates with a wide gap design are also thicker than standard exchanger plates. This makes them more resistant to potential corrosive agents that may be present in the fluid. These plates are especially used in the textile industry for optimum efficiency in waste heat recovery.

Semi-Welded Exchanger Plates
Aggressive fluids and high temperatures used in some applications shorten the lifespan of exchanger gaskets. In these applications, instead of using an exchanger gasket on the side with aggressive fluid, we use MIT Semi-Welded plates, where two plates are laser-welded to each other, to extend the durability and lifespan of the exchanger. The fluid on the other side of the system passing through a gasketed surface, as in standard applications, allows for easy maintenance of the exchanger.

Double Protected Exchanger Plates
MIT Double Protected Exchanger Plates ensure the system is completely secure in processes where the two fluids used must absolutely not mix with each other. In these exchangers, two plates are joined together without welding, and fluid can easily flow between these two plates. In case of any leakage, the fluid leaks out between these two plates without mixing with the other fluid, allowing for early intervention. They can be easily disassembled and cleaned due to their similarity to standard gasketed exchangers.

Evaporator Exchanger Plates
MIT Evaporator technology is designed to meet concentration requirements in industrial fluid and chemical processes. With 15 years of knowledge and R&D efforts, we offer unique solutions under the MIT brand for this area. We recommend tubular and plate type heat exchangers according to product viscosity, heat characteristics, concentration, efficiency, and production volumes. We also offer different evaporator applications such as single pass, without heat and steam compression, depending on the product type and economic factors.