HH (Standard Economic Type)

Model

Oil Ports

( PT )

Water Ports

( PT )

Heat Trans. Area

( m2 )

Flow
( l/min )

Weight

( kg )

HH
-0905

3/4″

3/4″

0.24

60

10

HH-0908

3/4″

3/4″

0.39

100

14

HH
-1405

1 1/4″

1 1/4″

0.54

150

20

HH
-1408

1 1/4″

1 1/4″

0.84

250

26

HH
-1412

1 1/2″

1 1/4″

1.28

350

35

HH
-1712

2″

1 1/4″

2.17

600

50

HH
-1716

2″

1 1/4″

2.89

840

60

HH
-1722

2″

1 1/4″

3.63

1000

72

HHF
-2208

2″ ~ 2 1/2″

1 1/2″ ~ 2″

2.84

800

72

HHF
-2212

2″ ~ 2 1/2″

1 1/2″ ~ 2″

4.33

1200

93

HHF
-2216

2″ ~ 2 1/2″

1 1/2″ ~ 2″

5.77

1500

118

HHF
-2222

2″ ~ 2 1/2″

1 1/2″ ~ 2″

7.26

1800

145

HHF
-2508

2″ ~ 3″

2″

5.038

1000

100

HHF
-2512

2″ ~ 3″

2″

7.68

1600

146

HHF
-2516

2″ ~ 3″

2″

10.23

1800

168

HHF
-2522

2″ ~ 3″

2″

12.87

2200

210

HHF
-3208

3″ ~ 4″

3″ ~ 4″

7.3

1400

168

HHF
-3212

3″ ~ 4″

3″ ~ 4″

11.0

2100

206

HHF
-3216

3″ ~ 4″

3″ ~ 4″

14.7

2800

240

HHF
-3222

3″ ~ 4″

3″ ~ 4″

18.5

3500

283

HHF
-3508

3″ ~ 4″

3″ ~ 4″

9.0

1640

224

HHF
-3512

3″ ~ 4″

3″ ~ 4″

13.7

2500

268

HHF
-3516

3″ ~ 4″

3″ ~ 4″

18.1

3300

310

HHF
-3522

3″ ~ 4″

3″ ~ 4″

22.8

4400

357

  1. Inlet or outlet oil mouth on both side of cooling pipe may be optionally made directions of oil flow are not limited. However, water shall enter into the system form the water inlet underneath and come out from the outlet in the upper part.
  2. Only the fresh water can be used.
  3. Max. pressure used: Oil side 10 kgf/cm2,water side 7 kgf/cm2.
  4. Foodstuffs and chemicals are absolutely not allowed.

In the application of high-density oil fluid, it is imperative to maintain the oil and water in equal volume.

Q = UA Δ TM
Q = CSO x 60 x WT x fv x (T1 – T2)
Qr = Q / ( fw x ft )

Q: Heat transfer
Qr: Actual heat transfer
CSO: Specific heat of oil
ft: Correction factor of temperature difference
Please refer to the oil temperature correction factor graph.
fv: Correction factor of oil viscosity variation.
Please refer to the Oil viscosity correction factor graph.
fw: Correction factor of flow rate
Please refer to the Oil flow correction factor graph.
WT: Flow rate of oil
T1: Outlet temperature of oil
T2: Inlet temperature of oil

Model

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

J

K

L

S

U

V

W

HH
-0905

590

408

88

270

150

80

25

63

80

22

10

89.5

30

2.3

115

HH
-0908

880

720

78

500

190

80

25

63

80

22

10

89.5

30

2.3

115

HH
-1405

600

398

100

270

162

140

32

90

110

28

12

140.8

40

3.2

176

HH
-1408

890

710

85

500

202

140

32

90

110

28

12

140.8

40

3.2

176

HH
-1412

1310

1110

100

700

303

140

32

90

110

28

12

140.8

40

3.2

176

HH
-1712

1335

1060

138

700

310

145

32

115

125

32

12

166.5

40

3.2

200

HH
-1716

1745

1510

118

850

460

145

32

115

125

32

12

166.5

40

3.2

200

HH
-1722

2200

1850

160

1650

270

145

32

115

125

32

12

166.5

40

3.2

200

Model

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

Q

HHF
-2208

950

640

Adjustable

219

265

323

137

290

360

38

50

5/8

HHF
-2212

1370

1060

Adjustable

219

265

323

137

290

360

38

50

5/8

HHF
-2216

1780

1490

Adjustable

219

265

323

137

290

360

38

50

5/8

HHF
-2222

2210

1860

Adjustable

219

265

323

137

290

360

38

50

5/8

HHF
-2508

980

640

Adjustable

270

325

385

160

345

405

38

50

5/8

HHF
-2512

1400

1060

Adjustable

270

325

385

160

345

405

38

50

5/8

HHF
-2516

1810

1470

Adjustable

270

325

385

160

345

405

38

50

5/8

HHF
-2522

2240

1860

Adjustable

270

325

385

160

345

405

38

50

5/8

Model

A

B

C

D

Q

HHF
-3208

975

635

810

12″

390

HHF
-3212

1400

1060

1235

12″

390

HHF
-3216

1810

1470

1645

12″

390

HHF
-3222

2235

1895

2070

12″

390

HHF
-3508

975

635

810

12″

448

HHF
-3512

1400

1060

1235

12″

448

HHF
-3516

1810

1470

1645

12″

448

HHF
-3522

2235

1895

2070

12″

448

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