Lube Oil Cooler

Disposal of produced heat in mechanical components is a common process in various industries such as power plants, refineries, petrochemicals, and etc. In order to increase the efficiency of the system and prevent problems caused by temperature increasing, the produced heat should be continuously disposed of the lubricant fluid (oil). Lubricating oil reduces the friction between mechanical parts and also absorbs heat from the components. This action increases the temperature of the oil. This heat is taken from the oil by cooler unit to prevent oil breakage and damage to the lubricated parts. One of the common uses of this system is the cooling of lubricating oil in turbine generators of electric power plants. This system includes heat exchangers, piping systems, temperature and pressure gauges, and various control valves, and is mounted on a chassis as a set.

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