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Process Technology's XC Heat Exchanger Has High-Flow Capability

Unit delivers an ultra-high-purity, compact, high-flow heat exchanger with precise and stable heat transfer while reducing fluid pressure drop.

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Process Technology’s XC High-Flow Inline Heat Exchanger is designed to deliver an ultra-high-purity (UHP), compact, high-flow heat exchanger with precise and stable heat transfer while reducing fluid pressure drop. According to the company, high-flow capacity is achieved with a larger 13mm (0.5 inch) diameter tubing to improve circulation, reduce pressure drop, and enable a faster temperature response.

Process Technology’s XC High-Flow Inline Heat Exchanger

Process Technology’s XC High-Flow Inline Heat Exchanger

The low-mass unit is internally baffled for additional heat performance. Recirculating and single-pass flow applications provide safe heating for water, acids, bases, and solvents. The company says that the clean-room assembled, no wetted o-ring, PFA tube-side chemistry paths allow the unit to meet stringent cleanliness requirements to support next-generation ultra-high-purity semiconductor node technologies. The unit’s small, lightweight footprint reduces space requirements in tool design and allows for easy adaptations to existing lines for simplified end-user manufacturing complexity.

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