Liquid Heat Exchanger
|Liquid Heat Exchanger|
|Max heat output||20 to 100 hU/t|
The Liquid Heat Exchanger generates heat by transferring it from a liquid, which is turned into a different type during process. The HU output depends on the amount of Heat Conductors that are put into the Exchanger, with the minimum being 20 hU/t and maximum being 100 hU/t.
|Input Liquid||Output Liquid|
|IC2 Hot Coolant||IC2 Coolant|
Heat can only be transmitted through the orange square on the heat generator. Any other side of the block will not be able to give any hU to consumers.
The Liquid Heat Exchanger’s GUI consists of two liquid tanks (each with a volume of 2,000 mB), ten slots for Heat Conductors betweem the tanks, and three slots for Upgrades below. Each liquid tank also has two slots beneath it, which allow to transfer liquids using liquid storage items like Buckets and Universal Fluid Cells. On the interface’s top is an indicator which measures current and maximum HU output.
Each pair of Heat Exchangers increases output by 20 HU/t. If there is an uneven number of Heat Exchangers, one of them is ignored, so the minimal amount of Exchangers needed to run the machine is two.
The machine allows to mount the following upgrades:
- Ejector Upgrade
- Advanced Ejector Upgrade
- Pulling Upgrade
- Advanced Pulling Upgrade
- Fluid Ejector Upgrade
- Fluid Pulling Upgrade