Why Motion for Hydraulic Heat Exchangers?

Hydraulic heat exchangers cool hydraulic fluid in hydraulic systems. They come in a variety of forms, including brazed-plate, oil-to-air, and shell-and-tube. Brazed-plate heat exchangers transfer small volumes of heat through a large surface area, while oil-to-air heat exchangers use a radiator to send heat into surrounding air. Shell-and-tube heat exchangers run fluid through a system of tubes and pass it through fluid in the shell. The more passes the fluid makes, the more heat is transferred. Shell-and-tube heat exchangers are used in high-pressure applications.