- Medium flow direction is counter flow (the primary and secondary flow direction is parallel and opposite).
- Compared with the shell and tube heat exchanger, brazed plate heat exchanger has a compact structure, small size and light weight, which greatly saves design and installation space. High temperature resistance, high pressure resistance, and corrosion resistance.
- Plate heat exchangers use stainless steel, copper and brazing processes to provide efficient heat transfer.
- It can be used for heat transfer, heating, condensation, cooling, evaporation, etc. of water, air, oil, gas, steam, organic solvents and other medium.
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|Max Quantity of Plates
|Heat Exchange Capacity
|Heat Exchange Area/Per Plate
||H, L, M
||H, L, M
|Weight (kg, n is the plates quantity)
|Medium Flow Direction
|Liquid Side Maximum Threaded
|Fluorine Side Maximum Thread
*Channel Form Characteristics
L channel: low heat transfer coefficient, low resistance, suitable for large flow rate and weak heat transfer (low specific heat or small temperature difference), such as air heat transfer under ambient pressure.
H channel: high heat transfer coefficient, high resistance, suitable for small flow rate and strong heat transfer (high specific heat, with phase change or large temperature difference), such as refrigerant phase change heat transfer.
M channel: heat transfer coefficient and resistance are between H channel and L channel.
Dimension Diagram of 50/60 Plate Brazed Plate Heat Exchanger (unit: mm)
|Calculation method of size A
Tips: What is a brazed plate heat exchanger?
Brazed plate heat exchanger is a kind of high-efficiency heat exchanger made of a series of metal plates with a certain corrugated shape. There are four corner holes on the plate for the two fluids to transfer heat. There are thin rectangular channels between various plates, and heat is exchanged through the plates. Brazed plate heat exchangers are ideal equipment for heat exchange from air to air, water to air, water to water, and oil to water. It has characteristics of high heat exchange efficiency, small heat loss, compact structure, small footprint, wide application, and long service life.
Four corner holes on the plate and gasket of the brazed plate heat exchanger form fluid distribution tube and collection tube. At the same time, it reasonably separates the hot and cold fluids, so that hot and cold fluids flow in flow channels on both sides of each plate, and heat is exchanged through the plates. Hot and cold medium generally pass countercurrently on both sides of the metal plate. Cross-sections of the channels between plates are variable and tortuous, which effectively makes the fluid turbulent, thereby reducing the thermal resistance of the liquid film. Since the dirt is thin, its thermal resistance is also very small. In addition, there is no bypass flow like the shell and tube heat exchanger, so the heat transfer coefficient of plate heat exchanger is usually 3 to 5 times that of shell and tube heat exchanger. When designing the flow channel, generally the cold medium is on the outside and hot medium is on the inside, which largely guarantees that the heat emitted by hot medium is absorbed by cold medium.