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Japan buys primary aluminum from overseas and processes it into sheet and extrusions used in vehicles and heat exchangers for domestic sale and export.
Repair: Find and repair the leak or obstruction; replace the heat exchanger and filter drier; and drain and recharge the system.
Administrators are also proposing the replacement of three heat exchangers, electrical upgrades and replacement of the school's 550 fire sprinkler heads.
It is then stored at 566 degrees Celsius (1,050 degrees Fahrenheit) and used to transfer heat through a heat exchanger to a working fluid that spins a conventional turbine, generating electricity.
One option is to use a heat exchanger to heat isopentane, which boils just above room temperature.
Less than six months later, in February 2004, a leak in a heat exchanger at Sarnia's Imperial Oil discharged cooling water to the St. Clair River contaminated with two potentially harmful chemicals, methyl ethyl ketone and methyl isobutyl ketone.
The human body is an elaborate heat exchanger, constantly adjusting itself to maintain a narrow core temperature between about 98 and 100 degrees by balancing heat gain with heat loss through the skin.
The design also aids cooling by positioning the heat exchangers into cleaner airflow.
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