High performance under high pressure

NH Series

Wherever high pressure resistance is required by the applications, the NH Series proves its extreme load capacity. You also benefit from the larger surface area in terms of high efficiency heat exchange.

Description

This is enabled by the combination of special materials and the innovative design, which offers a different corrugation field when compared to the NT Series. This has significant effects: The high-performance plate heat exchanger withstands operating pressures of up to 30 bar. Apart from this, the shaping of plate materials such as titanium or special materials such as SMO 254, Alloy 59, Alloy 686 and C-276 is easily possible. With a plate design adapted to the requirements of oil and gas production, the NH Series provides you with heat exchangers that can best handle pressure. 

Plate Features:

  • OptiWave design
  • PosLoc assembly system
  • EcoLoc gasket system
  • One Frame For All

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Gasketed Plate Heat Exchanger NH Series

Gasketed Plate Heat Exchanger NH Series

Wave Field NH Series

Wave Field NH Series

Gasketed Plate Heat Exchanger NH Series

Gasketed Plate Heat Exchanger NH Series

Wave Field NH Series

Wave Field NH Series

Advantages

  • increased pressure resistance thanks to a new plate design
  • suitable for high demanding applications
  • available in special materials

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