Fully welded plate heat exchangers K°Bloc

for oil and gas as well as petrochemicals

The KºBloc is a fully-welded plate heat exchanger that is used above all in the oil and gas industry, the chemical industry as well as in the petrochemical sector. The solidly bolted frame consists of four columns, top and bottom heads as well as four side panels. These side panels can be detached swiftly and allow free access all the way around for the thorough and easy cleaning of the fully-welded plate package. Two different plate corrugations are available. Chevron corrugation enables effective heat transfer. In contrast, double dimple corrugation is the first choice for highly viscous or solid containing media as well as for vacuum applications.

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Kelvion Fully Welded Plate Heat Exchanger K°Bloc

Kelvion Fully Welded Plate Heat Exchanger K°Bloc

Kelvion Fully Welded Plate Heat Exchanger K°Bloc

Kelvion Fully Welded Plate Heat Exchanger K°Bloc

Kelvion Fully Welded Plate Heat Exchanger K°Bloc

Kelvion Fully Welded Plate Heat Exchanger K°Bloc

Kelvion Fully Welded Plate Heat Exchanger K°Bloc

Kelvion Fully Welded Plate Heat Exchanger K°Bloc

Advantages

  • fully welded plate pack
  • small footprint and low installation cost
  • access to both media sides
  • for applications at temperatures up to 400°C and pressures up to 50 bar
  • easy cleaning thanks to unproblematic opening of the apparatus

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