Brazed Plate Heat Exchanger


Brazed Plate Heat Exchanger 
The Brazed Heat Exchanger design is constructed using a series of thin corrugated Stainless Steel plates that are brazed together with Copper or Nickel in a vacuum furnace.
One of the most effective ways to transfer heat from one medium to another, our brazed plate heat exchangers are a great cost-saving alternative to conventional evaporators and condensers used for all types of commercial and industrial refrigeration applications, cooling, air conditioning and oil cooler duties.
Less space and weight, a wide range of sizes and cooling capacities, high heat transfer coefficient, great versatility, available for high-viscosity fluids and low energy consumption are just a few of the many benefits.
Brazed Plate Heat Exchanger Features
  • Compact design and low fouling tendencies
  • High corrosion resistance
  • Low capital investment
  • NPT or BSP connection type for water/brine side
Approvals CE certificate according to (PED) 97/23/EC UL RoHS
Brazed Plate Heat Exchanger Technical data

  • Stainless steel AISI 316L,304L,SMO 254
  •  Copper or nickel brazing
  •  Heat load between to  1 KW and 550 KW
  •  Tempmin -195o C, Tempmax +200o C
  •  Design pressure up to 45 bar
  •  connections: threaded and/or welded
  •  double circuits and modular applications
  •  R134a, R22, R410A, Water, …CO2
  •  Oil, Air dryer and others

Plate angle and pressing depth influence both the pressure drop and thermal performance of the plate. Plates can be combined and mixed for optimum performance.

Principal Brazed Plate Heat Exchanger

Plate Design Features

Contact points
  • Thermal length and width
  • Port locations
  • Pressing depth
  • Distribution areas
  • Press pattern & angles
  • Mitigating “dead zones”
  • Brazed joint design
  • Creating a strong pressure vessel
  • Every second plate is turned 180°
  • Chevrons create the contact points
The Description of Model Name

Brazed Plate Heat Exchanger Dimension Data