Diffusion Bonding is a special welding technology allowing to obtain innovative plate heat exchangers resistant to very high pressure and temperatures, to be employed in sectors such as aerospace, oil and gas and hydrogen applications.
With the increasing use of natural refrigerants in industrial equipment against climate change it becomes even more important to carefully calculate the volume of brazed plate heat exchangers, taking into account a variety of factors.
Cleaning operations on brazed plate heat exchangers through chemical washing, to carry out as soon as there is a signal of pressure drops in order to avoid complete clogging of the exchanger.
PCHE plate heat exchangers allow multistream design thanks to the special mechanical etching process employed to realize the channels, in addition to high and extreme pressure and temperature resistance thanks to diffusion bonding welding technology.
Tempco is exhibiting with Microchannel Devices at Hydrogen Expo, 27-28 September in Bremen, presenting the innovative PCHE heat exchangers for hydrogen and fuel cells applications, realized using Diffusion Bonding technology.
Additive manufacturing enhances heat exchangers by increasing thermal transfer surface, allowing design freedom for custom shapes and geometries and reducing production steps by printing single-piece devices.
Brazed plate heat exchangers completely manufactured in stainless steel for heat transfer on the circuit cooling of fuel cells in hydrogen vehicles for sustainable and clean mobility of the future.
Energy recovery based solutions for thermoregulation, heating and cooling tasks in industrial production processes, this is the mission of Tempco. From heat exchangers and beyond.
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