The heat exchanger is a device for transferring heat from one fluid to another in tilapia farming. In the case where fluids must not touch each other, fluids are separated by a solid wall and fluids never mix. There are also types in which fluid flows directly.
They are widely used in cooling, air-conditioning, heating, power generation and chemical processes. An example of a common heat exchanger is automobile radiator. Here, engine cooling water contacting a surface of the hot radiator is cooled by air passing into contact with the other surface.
They are heat transfer devices used to prevent water-borne negativity. Generally, coating exchangers are used. While heat transfer level can be adjusted by thermostatic valve control, the temperature can be kept at a constant level by a manual valve.