Air heat exchangers are used in a wide range of applications. Our common applications in daily life include central heating, air conditioning systems, pressure blockers for high-rise buildings, and ice storage systems. Air coolers generally do not affect the use of air coolers. Normal heating, using geophysical heating, clean and hygienic, loved by the majority of users!

It can be used for central heating – the special structure adopted, the energy-saving and environmentally-friendly characteristics produced, the fool-type operation process occupies a large proportion, and is generally used in water/gas-water heat exchange systems and domestic heat in heat exchange systems. In the water supply system, the distribution of thermal energy is very suitable, and the level of thermal management has been greatly improved.

It can also be used as an air conditioning system, a pressure blocker for tall buildings, and an ice storage system.

Air heat exchangers are widely used because of their suitable price during use. Generally, air coolers are mainly used in air conditioning systems for installation between cooling towers and condensers to prevent equipment corrosion or blockage and to speed up operation.

In the HVAC system in high-rise buildings, the extremely high static pressure generated is blocked, thereby reducing the pressure requirements of the system on pumps, valves, hot and cold water units, etc., and prolonging the service life of the equipment.

The air cooler can be used during peak-to-valley voltage operation, which can effectively save energy and save operating costs.