Manufacturer SWEP will discuss the advantages of its brazed plate heat exchanging technology (BPHE) and the company’s latest product innovations at the Mostra Convegno Expocomfort in Milan, Italy, from March 13 to 16.
A brazed plate heat exchanger consists of corrugated plates, combined to create complex channels through which a hot medium and a cold medium can be distributed. The media flow in separate circuits but come into close proximity, allowing heat to be transferred from one to the other with very high efficiency. The number, type, and configuration of the cover plates can be varied to achieve the required thermal properties.
The latest exchangers from SWEP include the B320HT and LT, state-of-the-art BPHEs that offer the highest performance at lowest lifecycle cost. Unparalleled in the market, this range expands capacity and optimizes the thermal length. The B320HT and LT are more compact, offer high mechanical strength and can handle higher capacities, allowing for cost, time and energy savings.
“The B320HT and B320LT envelopes offer efficient solutions for many demanding applications, for example, district heating, oil coolers, and different industrial applications”, says Pär Björkman, Segment Manager for District Energy & Residential Heating at SWEP. “The B320HT envelope is a drop-in replacement for SWEP current models B50H and B50M, but made more efficient and more compact.”
The B320HT and LT are AHRI certified and offer:
- Increased capacity & thermal efficiency
- Optimized solution with two-stack feature
- More compact design with maintained mechanical strength
- Lower carbon footprint
The B320HT and LT are part of SWEP’s wide range of BPHEs. Providing efficient, stable and reliable performance in robust and easily handled units, BPHEs can be customized to achieve the required characteristics of each specific application, ensuring the highest performance with the lowest life-cycle costs, especially in comparison to Plate and Frame Heat Exchangers (PHE). BPHEs make efficient use of energy, material, and space in a number of different applications, including heat recovery, district energy, residential heating, AC, and refrigeration, as well as process industries and marine applications.
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