SWEDEN: SWEP is launching the FTW250AS brazed plate heat exchanger (BPHE), the first to be primarily based on its new Hypertwain technology.
Hypertwain is described as a technology that optimises equally cooling and heating and keeps the require for room, electrical power and refrigerants to a bare minimum. Hypertwain integrates various functions vital for evaporator and condenser obligations in chiller and heat pump apps.
Contrary to a typical BPHE, Hypertwain functions an built-in suction gasoline warmth exchanger (iSGHX) that is claimed to strengthen the evaporator general performance. SWEP states that, as a outcome, Hypertwain will allow OEMs to layout and carry merchandise to market place with unrivalled seasonal performance in both of those heating and cooling method, with the supplemental added benefits of reduced refrigerant charge and footprint.
The integrated iSGHX also permits command stability in comparison with an exterior SGHX. In addition, Hypertwain also improves freeze resistance and decreases h2o pressure fall, it is stated.
The FTW250AS addresses a potential span up to all around 70 USRt although the Hypertwain platform is remaining prolonged with further BPHEs aiming for capacities up to 200 USRt with both one and dual circuit. Target refrigerants are all large-force refrigerants such as R32, R410A, R454B, R452B, as nicely as becoming verified for R290 (propane).