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Bigger performance from smaller exchanger

16 July 2010

Alfa Laval says its latest model is what it refers to as a new generation of brazed heat exchanger for HVAC and refrigeration duties that are smaller, lighter, yet more thermally efficient than their predecessors

The CB30 is light, more compact thanks to new production techniques and its higher thermal efficiency is complemented by its ability to accomodate a lower pressure drop which, in turn, reduces power consumption.

The CB30 is suitable for heating and cooling duties in HVAC, refrigeration, industrial applications and for oil cooling and will work at flowrates of up to 14.53/h.

In common with other models in the CB range, the CB30 consists of several corrugated stainless- steel plates stacked on top of each other to form channels for the passage of two liquids, generally in full counter-current flow.

Endplates complete the plate pack which is then brazed at contact points to form a rugged and gasket-free exchanger offering high levels of thermal efficiency and resistance to pressure and temperature.

The CB30 can be supplied in standard format ex-stock or can be supplied with different internal plate configurations; enabling it to be tailored precisely to a range of heating and cooling applications with no need for over-engineering.

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