Brazed Heat Exchangers

 

WCHE brazed plate heat exchangers require less floor space due to the high thermal efficiency of the stainless steel plates as compared to other types of heat exchangers. The plates are brazed together at high temperatures, allowing the heat exchanger to be compact, leak tight, and rugged. Due to the higher thermal efficiency and lower manufacturing costs, brazed plate heat exchangers are generally more economical than other types of heat exchanges performing the same duties.

WCHE brazed plate heat exchangers require less floor space due to the high thermal efficiency of the stainless steel plates as compared to other types of heat exchangers. The plates are brazed together at high temperatures, allowing the heat exchanger to be compact, leak tight, and rugged. Due to the higher thermal efficiency and lower manufacturing costs, brazed plate heat exchangers are generally more economical than other types of heat exchanges performing the same duties.

WCHE brazed plate heat exchangers require less floor space due to the high thermal efficiency of the stainless steel plates as compared to other types of heat exchangers. The plates are brazed together at high temperatures, allowing the heat exchanger to be compact, leak tight, and rugged. Due to the higher thermal efficiency and lower manufacturing costs, brazed plate heat exchangers are generally more economical than other types of heat exchanges performing the same duties.