BL95 Copper Brazed Flat Plate Heat Exchanger Stainless Steel AISI
316L / 304
Horizontal port distance
Vertical port distance
Heat exchange area (m2)
Max pressure (mpa)
Brazed plate condensers – flow principle
The main components are the same as for the evaporator. The
refrigerant enters at top left of the exchanger as hot gas and
starts to condense on the surface of the channels until fully
condensed, and is then slightly subcooled.
The process is called "free condensation". In the enclosed
condenser picture the light and dark blue arrows show the location
of the brine connections. The refrigerant flows counter current in
the opposite channel and is cooled.
The light and dark red arrows indicate the locations of the
The plate pack is covered by cover plates. Connections are located
in the front or rear cover plate. The channel plates are corrugated
to improve heat transfer efficiency and to make them rigid.
Cover plates: Stainless steel AISI 316
Connections: Stainless steel AISI 316
Plates: Stainless steel AISI 316
Brazing material: Copper
Particulars required for quotation
To enable Baode's representative to make a specific quotation,
enquiries should be accompanied by the following particulars:
– flow rates or heat load required
– temperature program
– physical properties of liquids in question
– desired working pressure
– maximum permitted pressure drop
Advantages of brazed plate heat exchangers in Industry and HVAC&R
The Baode Brazed plate heat exchangers (BHE) have several
advantages over traditional heat exchangers in Industrial and
– The high heat transfer efficiency of the BHE makes it extremely
compact and also easy to install in places were space is limited.
– The unit has no gaskets and is therefore suitable in applications
were temperature and/or pressure is high e.g. in district heating.
– The Baode supply system reassures that, no matter were you are on
the globe, the BHE units are available with a very short delivery
Short delivery time.
Know-how design and customer support