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Brazed Heat Exchanger, Radiant Heat Exchanger And Plate Chiller Applications

Author : Ann Peskova

There are many choices available for radiant heat exchanger or brazed heat exchanger applications. These can be used also for plate chiller units as well. There are a variety of connection sizes and models to choose from.

Common uses could also include household hot water heat exchangers, hydronic heating, radiant heat exchanger, and for ice and snow removal. Additionally they are used to cool off hot liquids flowing through the plates.

Brazed heat exchanger units are also called water to hot water heat exchangers. Often they will be used for plate chiller applications. These plates perform by taking the heat out of liquid as it flows through the unit or by adding heat to a liquid in the same manner.

In addition to heat transfer abilities of these units, the state of the art design brazed heat exchanger units offer the ability to operate in extreme temperatures of both hot and cold and at high flow levels in a very compact design. Plate chiller applications allow warm liquid to flow in and chilled liquid to flow out.

The compact design of the brazed heat exchanger and radiant heat exchanger units together with the corrosion resistant design and self descaling plate pattern make for high performance ratings on these units. Plate chiller applications are just one of several uses for this type of unit.

Brazed heat exchanger units are compact units that offer a wide variety of connection sizes which will allow for many different applications. Additionally, plate chiller units can be purchased in a variety of models which will cover many of your heating or cooling needs.

Radiant heat exchanger units are also used for outdoor wood furnaces, stoves and boilers to provide heated water into a residence. Cold water is sent into one side and hot water is retrieved from the other side.

Plate chiller applications rely on the same type of liquid flow and thermal heat transfer to cool the hot liquid being sent into the unit. Using the radiant heat exchanger unit, they take in the hot liquid on one side and send out cooled liquid on the other side.

The technology used in the brazed heat exchanger units includes several corrugated steel plates which are stacked one on top of another then vacuum brazed together. Radiant heat exchanger units use a series of non-intersecting parallel channels through which water or other liquid flows and uses thermal transfer to heat or cool the liquid running through.

Radiant heat exchanger units, brazed heat exchanger units or plate chiller units allow for the rapid cooling or heating of liquid using standard technology in a different way. They provide maximum effect with minimal pressure drop while the liquid is flowing through the unit.

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Brazetek is one of the leading suppliers of efficient, compact and low cost brazed plate heat exchangers. These high quality heat exchangers can be used for a variety of applications including radiant heating, ice and snow melt applications, outdoor wood furnace heating, boiler heating, solar heating and domestic hot water heating, and many other domestic heating needs. Visit for more information.

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