Furthermore, the Brazed Plate Heat exchanger is especially suitable for pressure up to 50 bar and temperatures from -196℃ to +550℃.
Also, Our BPHEs are extremely compact compared with other technologies. The footprint can be as little as one tenth that of a shell & tube heat exchanger or half that of a gasket PHE.
When gaskets or supporting equipment are not required, about 95% of the material is used to transfer heat. The highly turbulent flow also enables you to use small temperature differences efficiently.
In addition, the robust construction requires no gaskets, eliminating their risk of leaking. This means stable thermal and hydraulic performance, with minimal maintenance and operational downtime.
Also, the compact size uses space efficiently and makes system design more flexible.
Brazed Plate Heat Exchangers are Cost-effective
Also, you will save on energy, maintenance, spare parts, and installation. The life-cycle cost over 15-20 years can often be half that of a corresponding gasketed solution.
In addition, our BPHEs are normally self-cleaning, thanks to highly turbulent flows. In applications with a high risk of fouling or scaling, Cleaning in Place is easy without disassembly.
Also, by combining plate design, materials, and connections from standard components, we keep lead times short while still maximizing output in your specific application.
What are the advantages of Brazed Plate Heat Exchangers?
- High heat transfer efficiency
- Compact structure
- Easy installation
- Easy Deinstallation
- Durability based on a much higher pressure and temperature tolerance.
- Used in various industries like chemical, food and beverage, dairy, oil and gas, biofuels, biodiesel, ethanol
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