SWEP’s new B649HT targets small LMTD applications. This high theta model will take SWEP’s high capacity brazed plate heat exchangers (BPHEs) to a whole new level and is ideal for a variety of applications such as district cooling with tight temperature approaches, district heating header stations, pressure breakers, and high efficiency ORC systems.
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For the past two decades, BPHEs have been replacing traditional shell & tube and plate-and-frame (gasketed or PHE) technologies. Because of their durability, superior life-cycle cost, and compact size, BPHEs are rapidly winning ground in district energy applications. In fact, BPHEs are already the preferred and most common heat exchanger technology in Europe’s district energy networks. SWEP offers the highest capacity BPHEs for district heating and district cooling on the market today.
The new B649HT model joins SWEP’s range of AHRI certified brazed plate heat exchangers (BPHEs). As the first Brazed Plate Heat Exchangers to be certified by AHRI (the Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute), they are well suited for HVAC, District Heating and District Cooling applications. AHRI’s certification programs are well-recognized as a performance verifier for heating, air conditioning, and commercial refrigeration equipment.
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