New GEA Searle condensers: less refrigerant, reduced weight

Press Release

04. September 2013 Thanks to enhanced configuration of their heat exchanger tubes, the new GEA Searle condensers from the RF range (for synthetic refrigerants) and the NF range (for ammonia) require a smaller refrigerant charge. They are also lighter than their predecessors. In addition, GEA Heat Exchangers engineering designers have modified the casings of these weather-resistant, air-cooled condensers – as part of model updating – to such an extent that the new design has optimized the flow rate and has increased mechanical stability.

The GEA Searle condensers in the RF and NF ranges require less refrigerant and are lighter than their predecessors – as a result of smaller tube diameters.
The GEA Searle condensers in the RF and NF ranges require less refrigerant and are lighter than their predecessors – as a result of smaller tube diameters.

Sales contact:
GEA Heat Exchangers Ltd.
GEA Searle Systems
Richard Saunders
20 Davis Way, Newgate Lane, Fareham, Hampshire, PO14 1AR, United Kingdom
Tel: + 44 (0)1329 823344
searle.hx.uk@gea.com

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