Heat exchangers are designed for cooling various fluids in a variety of platform environments. Our solutions remove thousands of watts of heat based on measured system parameters to create a “set and forget” thermal management solution.
This technology can be used in any application, aviation or otherwise, where space is at a premium, weight is critical, heat rejection must be maximized, and where a thermal management solution that can be integrated into existing structures would be an asset. Specific applications are for air, oil, and fuel cooling in aircraft engines where Parker heat exchangers can be integrated into fairing panels, fan casing panels, pylons/struts, acoustic liners, and nacelles.
FEATURES AND ATTRIBUTES:
• Maximize heat rejection for a given area
• Complex, multiple flow circuits
• Conformal geometries
• Ability to integrate into existing structures
• Dual thermal and structural functions
Designed to accommodate your specific needs
Different configurations and cases available for specific applications