Plate Fin Heat Exchangers

Thermal & Heating Equipment

Brazed Plate Heat Exchangers have compact, efficient design.

January 20, 2015

SWEP brazed plate heat exchangers, suitable for use in commercial and industrial applications, feature compact design that lends to installation flexibility. With approximately 95% of unit's material used to transfer heat, products are designed for efficiency and capacity utilization. Areas of use include air conditioning, refrigeration, and heating applications. Read More

Thermal & Heating Equipment

Gasketed Plate Heat Exchanger features compact design.

December 11, 2014

Less than 1 m in height with 80 mm connection, Alfa Laval T8 is suitable for HVAC applications in buildings as well as fluid power, metalworking, and utility cooling. Alfa Laval ClipGrip™ enables glue-free mounting, while Alfa Laval CurveFlow™ distribution area delivers optimal flow distribution and more available pressure drop over main heat transfer area to minimize plates. With perpendicular corner guiding design, plate pack is perfectly aligned regardless of number of plates. Read More

Thermal & Heating Equipment

Brazed Plate Heat Exchangers feature double-wall construction.

March 23, 2011

Designed with complete peripheral copper braze for strength and 4 dedicated leak ports for leak detection, BPX(TM) BPDW Series features design pressure of 435 psi and max design temperature of 450°F. Double-wall heat exchangers are suited for residential hydronic heating applications such as radiant, snow melt, domestic hot water, and pool heating. They can also be used as refrigerant condensers, evaporators, and oil coolers. Read More

Thermal & Heating Equipment

Heat Exchangers have compact, plate-and-frame design.

April 18, 2005

Plateflow(TM) heat exchangers provide close temperature control of fluids for heat recovery applications where space is of concern. Offered as alternative to shell-and-tube exchangers, products produce countercurrent flow and feature removable plates for service or maintenance. Units can be specified in 20 different models for heat transfer surface as high as 9,180 ft². Products are also suited for CPI applications. Read More

Thermal & Heating Equipment

Heat Exchanger utilizes all-welded plates.

April 5, 2005

ULTRAMAX® is suited for liquids, gases, or 2-phase mixtures at extreme temperatures to 650°F and pressures to 1,015 psig. True countercurrent flow of hot and cold media within unit offers full LMTD and allows close temperature approaches. Large capacity or multi-pass configurations incorporate up to 5 cores within single frame. ULTRAMAX line offers 8 different plate lengths, including largest plate size with area of 10.65 ft². Read More

Thermal & Heating Equipment

Heat Exchanger meets local and state plumbing codes.

April 21, 2003

DW Series double-wall, vented brazed plate heat exchanger incorporates double wall plates and double seal fluid ports that provide positive leak detection with overall capacity from ½-150 gpm. UL listed with optional ASME code, product is suitable as alternative to shell and tube heat exchangers involved in projects where double separation of potable water from boiler water and non-potable fluids is required. Read More

HVAC, Thermal & Heating Equipment

Heat Exchangers and Chillers have non-ferrous water circuits.

May 30, 2002

CLIMET-HE(TM) regenerative turbine-pump and CLIMET-HE-200 brazed-plate heat exchangers operate from 380-460 and 200-240 Vac, respectively. Thermal capacity of 44kW handles all plasma guns. CLIMET-RC(TM) Refrigerated Chiller works in tandem with CLIMET-HE, supplying chilled water to cool heat exchanger at up to 98 l/min and at temperatures as low as 7°C. CLIMET-RC-HV(TM), rated at 16.4 kW, has hermetically sealed Maneurop compressor and stainless steel pump and impeller. Read More

Thermal & Heating Equipment

Plate Heat Exchangers lock together for tight seal.

December 21, 2001

Plate Exchangers use less floor space and weigh less than conventional shell-and-tube heat exchangers. They use less surface area to transfer same heat. Plates are pressed in patterns that are best suited to optimizing performance of each individual system. Interlocking plates have locking lip that secures connection between plates and keeps them precisely aligned and tightly sealed even at high working pressures. Read More

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