Brazed Plate Heat Exchangers
Separator Spares & Equipment, LLC specializes in aftermarket and genuine Brazed Plate Heat Exchangers. In brazed plate heat exchangers, the brazing process eliminates gasketed joints, which allows for higher design pressure and temperatures. The channel formed by two adjacent plates is the key to the plate heat exchanger’s high efficiency.
Brazed Plate Heat Exchangers
Brazed plate heat exchangers (BPHE) are one of the most efficient ways to transfer heat. They are designed to provide unparalleled performance with the lowest lifecycle cost. Choosing brazed technology for your next heating or cooling project will bring many benefits, including savings in space, energy, and maintenance. They are maintenance-free, provide a long service lifetime, and withstand high temperatures and extremely high design pressures. They are used in various duties, including cooling, heating, evaporation, and condensing.
Need replacement Brazed Plate Heat Exchanger?
Our replacement brazed heat exchangers comply with the latest specifications and prolong the life cycle for your installation. On-going research and development ensure that you will always get the latest applicable parts and ensured reliability. Our supplied parts give you a true cost-efficient peace of mind.
We provide brazed plate heat exchangers and accessories for the following brands.
What are the applications of brazed plate heat exchanger?
Brazed plate heat exchangers are robust and compact. They offer long-term reliability with minimal maintenance. Their flexible design and our ability to customize both the plate and brazing materials bring unbeatable performance and lifetime cost compared with other technologies. They can be used for a range of heating or cooling functions.
Applications of brazed plate heat exchangers:
– Ammonia systems
– Applications with deionized water
– CO2 supermarket refrigeration systems
– District heating systems
– Heating / hot water systems
– Heat pumps
– Laser cooling
– Oil cooler
– and many more
Depending on the application and heat transfer requirement, the selection software will choose between copper, nickel, or stainless steel brazed heat exchangers. Since brazed heat exchangers are adaptable to your individual needs with customized connections, we can provide you with exactly the right heat exchanger for your area of application.
What are brazed plate heat exchangers?
Brazed plate heat exchangers are one of the most efficient ways to transfer heat. Brazed plate heat exchangers are designed to provide unparalleled performance with the lowest life-cycle cost. Choosing brazed technology for your next heating or cooling project will bring many benefits, including savings in space, energy, and maintenance.
A brazed plate heat exchanger offers the highest level of thermal efficiency and durability in a compact, low-cost unit.
– Compact design
– Efficient heat transfer
– Greatest product variation possibilities
– High application diversity
– High compression resistance
– High corrosion resistance
– Highest flexibility
– Robust construction
Brazed heat exchangers have many advantages over conventional shell and tube exchangers. Depending on the application, the brazed heat exchanger is chosen between copper, nickel or VacInox brazed heat exchangers (heat exchangers made of stainless steel). Selecting from the different sizes, embossings, solder materials, pressure levels available, and a wide variety of accessory products, Separator Spares & Equipment will work together with you to find the most economical solution for your needs.
How do you clean a brazed plate heat exchanger?
Due to the high turbulence flow, brazed heat exchangers are generally self-cleaning even at low flow rates. The high turbulence keeps small particles in suspension, minimizing fouling and scaling.
In applications with high fouling tendency or scaling due to unsuitable conditions (extremely hard water at high temperatures), it is possible to clean the exchanger by circulating a cleaning chemical. Use a Cleaning in Place (CIP) to pump the cleaning liquid through the exchanger. For optimum cleaning, the cleaning solution flow rate should be a minimum of 1.5 times the normal flow rate in a back-flush mode. After cleaning, do not forget to rinse the heat exchanger carefully with clean water.