Welded plate heat exchangers are flow, countercurrent devices. The heat exchange surface is formed by corrugated stainless steel plates connected in a package by means of copper or nickel solder. The flow of heat exchange fluids is directed into every second channel formed by the heating plates. The exchangers are made entirely of stainless steel as a non-removable construction. The tightness of the structure and permanent bonding of the plates are ensured by the soldering process in a vacuum furnace. The special profiling of the heating plates ensures a high turbulence flow. This enables a very efficient heat exchange and prevents the accumulation of dirt inside the exchanger.
The plate heat exchanger depends on the fireplace insert’s power.
The 15-plate heat exchanger can be used for fireplace inserts up to 15 kW.
– High heat transfer coefficient
– Small size at high thermal power
– High resistance to changes in pressure and temperature
– Changing the number of plates and the duct system allows adapting the device to the individual needs of the recipient
– Simple assembly and disassembly.
– Plates and connections: stainless steel
– Soldering: copper and nickel.
– Central heating
– Hot water heating
– Solar, geothermal heating systems
– Heat transfer in industrial processes
– Condensers and evaporators in heat pumps
– Industrial cooling systems (oil coolers)