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Air Cooled Heat Exchangers

An air cooled heat exchanger is a cooling system that uses the flow of air over fluid-filled tubes to provide cooling. While the high temperature fluid moves through the tubes, excess heat is extracted from the tubes as the cooler air moves over the surfaces. A car radiator is an example of an air cooled heat exchanger.

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