PlateÂ HeatÂ ExchangerÂ (PHE)Â falls into three groups such as gasketed, fully welded and brazed. The basic Plate Heat Exchangers
consist of a series of thin, corrugated plates that are gasketed or welded together (or any combination of these) depending on the liquids passing through and on whether it is practical to be able to subsequently separate the plates, for whatever reason. The plates are then compressed together in a rigid frame to create an arrangement of parallel flow channels. One fluid travels in the odd numbered channels and the other in the even numbered Channels. Our Plate Heat Exchanger is highly demanded equipment and is used extensively in many industries.
- Tough construction
- Highly durable
- Cost effective
- Low maintenance