Plate Heat Exchangers’ Types

Plate heat exchangers – composed of frame, heat transfer plate group and clamping bolt. The frame consists of a fixed compression plate and a movable compression plate. And its supported by an upper guide rod and a lower guide rod, and supported by a pillar at the other end. Two kinds of media flow into each channel composed of   corrugated plates through flange holes on fixed (or movable) compaction plates, and then the media flow out of the flange   holes on fixed (or movable) compaction plates after heat exchange. Reasonable corrugation design increases the effective heat transfer area of the plate, makes the fluid flow turbulently along the corrugation, and strengthens the heat transfer process. Sealing gaskets are installed on the sealing groove of corrugated plate. Different kinds of rubber can be selected according to different fluids and operating temperatures.

Plate Type Heat Exchanger Variants

  1. Gasket Plate Heat Exchanger
  2. Brazed Plate Heat Exchanger

Gasket Plate Heat Exchanger

Gasket Plate Heat Exchanger utilize clip on the gasket and advanced designs that optimize performance. We provide efficient heat transfer in compact equipment with a small footprint. Most important of all, they reduce your operating costs and save you money. The heat exchanger has a flexible design and service-friendly. Even the largest PHE can be serviced and maintained rapidly and easily by one person using standard tools. The product range is extremely wide up to 60 different models. We also have the special plate design for your specific needs.

gasket plate heat exchanger

Brazed Plate Heat Exchanger

Brazed Plate Heat Exchangers are one of the most effective heat transfer devices. Basically, this is made up of corrugated plates. Because, it comes together to form channels that allow a hot medium and a cold medium to be distributed. These are widely used in many different industries and often in large-scale residential heat networks.

brazed plate heat exchanger