Leading Gasketed Plate & Frame Heat Exchangers For Efficient Waste Heat Recovery.
Gasketed plate and frame heat exchangers are compact and feature a higher surface area to volume ratio compared to shell and tube heat exchangers. This design promotes turbulent flow to provide higher heat transfer coefficients. The true concurrent flow maximizes the mean temperature difference between fluids. Ideal for harsh fluids or refriderants by reducing the welded side’s exposed gasket surface by almost 90%.
With the ability to reduce operating costs in industrial and manufacturing operations, efficient waste heat recovery technology is one of the most effective investments today’s liquid-handling operations can make. Because Anderson Process aligns itself with OEMs that continuously innovate to deliver state-of-the-art equipment solutions, we offer gasketed plate and frame heat exchangers from some of the most respected manufacturers in the industry, such as Standard Xchange.
Standard Xchange’s Plateflow heat exchangers provide more heat transfer in less space and there isn’t a technology more compact, efficient or flexible on the market today. The Plateflow offers true counter-current flow maximizing the mean temperature difference between fluids. Options available that are capable of handling flows up to 30,000 GPM, pressure up to 450 PSI and temperatures from-31°F to 338°F.
Gasketed plate and frame heat exchangers are optimized to promote maximum thermal efficiency. Every gasketed plate and frame heat exchanger is supported by first-rate technical expertise ensuring that every product run at optimal efficiency and perform at the highest level. Additionally, when you buy a gasketed plate and frame heat exchanger you have the assurance of technical guidance throughout the process of evaluating, selecting and installing the appropriate heat exchanger. Strategic gasketed plate and frame heat exchanger selection and specification is essential to maximizing efficiency, and ultimately, the bottom line. Let us help you size a gasketed plate and frame heat exchanger in Wisconsin, the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and Illinois today!