AHR EXPO: Alfa Laval to Show New Heat Exchangers

AHR EXPO: Alfa Laval to Show New Heat Exchangers

The CBXP112 (Copper Brazed X-treme Pressure) has been developed to work with CO2 and other refrigerant applications where pressure requirements are extremely high. The AC1000 XTRM is called the largest dual-circuit brazed plate heat exchanger on the market.

Alfa Laval CBXP112

Alfa Laval is introducing two new brazed plate heat exchangers at AHR EXPO, for carbon dioxide application, and one that is the largest true dual-circuit unit. They will be shown at the 2015 AHR EXPO at Booth 5622.

The comprehensive range of brazed plate heat exchangers is designed to cover a wide variety of applications across different industries, delivering optimal efficiency while staying future-proof in terms of the latest international regulations on refrigerant use. The products are suitable for HFC refrigerants such as R407C, R404A, R507, R134a, R410A, and natural refrigerants CO2 and propane.

Alfa Laval CBXP112
The compact and highly efficient Alfa Laval CBXP112 (Copper Brazed X-treme Pressure) has been developed to work with CO2 and other refrigerant applications where pressure requirements are extremely high.

Alfa Laval AC1000

Alfa Laval AC1000DQ/ACH1000DQ
The AC1000 XTRM is the largest dual-circuit brazed plate heat exchanger on the market, and the first of its kind worldwide. Also premiering worldwide are its DynaStatic Design, which gives unprecedented flexibility to tailor the perfect distribution system, and FlexFlow Design, which uses unique plate pattern asymmetries to unlock new levels of efficiency.

These brazed plate heat exchangers from Alfa Laval truly extend its range and capabilities to deliver solutions that are ready for the future in terms of efficiency and more sustainable refrigerant use.

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