Alfa Laval AC line of brazed plate heat exchangers provide efficient heat transfer with a small footprint. They are specifically developed to work in air conditioning, refrigeration, chillers and heat pump applications. Brazed plate heat exchangers are widely used in refrigeration plants. They are normally used to transfer heat from the refrigerant – the primary fluid – and from water or brine as the secondary fluid.
The AC range of brazed heat exchangers includes:
Alfa Laval CB brazed plate heat exchangers provide efficient heat transfer with a small footprint.
The CB range of brazed heat exchangers includes:
CB62 / CBH62
CB65 / CBH65
CB110 / CBH110 / CBP110
CB112 / CBH112 / CBP112
CB200 / CBH200
The design, performance and reliability of a hydraulic oil cooler contributes to maximising the operating time of your equipment. This is what you get with Alfa Laval Dedicated Oil Cooler – DOC.
With regard to their cooling capacity, the DOC series of brazed plate heat exchangers comprise the smallest units on the market. Their compactness allows you greater flexibility in configuring, integrating, and installing a hydraulic oil cooling system with associated equipment.
Alfa Laval AXP X-treme pressure line is specifically developed to work in air conditioning, CO₂ and other refrigerant applications, where the pressure requirements are extremely high.
The capacity range stretches from 2 to 300 kW and maximum PED approval pressure of 167 bar at 90° C and maximum UL approval of 2233 psi at 400° F. The Alfa Laval AXP X-treme pressure line is suitable to cover heat recovery duties, gas cooling, condensing, sub-cooling and suction gas heating.
The Alfa Laval CBAQ brazed plate heat exchangers are aimed at HVAC applications. The range is AHRI Certified® through the Liquid to Liquid Brazed & Fusion-bonded Plate Heat Exchangers (LLBF) Certification Program to ensure the thermal performance. The performance certification verifies that the product performs in accordance with the manufacturer's published rating. The heat exchangers are used in applications such as district energy systems, potable water heating and free cooling systems.