Plate heat exchangers

Published:  11 October, 2010

Armstrong, plate heat exchanger

The PHE x-Series of high-efficiency plat heat exchangers from Armstrong is part of the ECO:nomics brand of low-cost low-carbon solutions. These units can achieve regeneration rates of up to 90% for a range of HVAC heat-transfer applications without carrying a premium price tag.

All units have the relevant safety certification. Heat-transfer plates can be added, replaced or removed easily for maintenance or to increase system performance. Gaskets are vented between passages to ensure there is no cross contamination of the fluids.

The range covers maximum flow rates from 3.5 to 630 l/s for duties up to 15 MW. There are double-wall transfer plates for DHW applications.

For more information on this story, click here:  Oct 2010, 164

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