The compact-size, high-performance nature of Heatric’s Printed Circuit Heat Exchangers can lead to substantial savings in structural costs and operating expenditure.
With Heatric PCHEs being up to 85% smaller than traditional heat exchangers their footprint is significantly reduced, which is a crucial consideration in operating environments with limited space or high structural costs. This benefit also extends to ancillary equipment, such as pipework and housings, as the smaller heat exchanger size leads to reductions in overall system requirements.
Due to the relative low internal volume of Heatric PCHEs, coolant flows can be substantially reduced when compared to traditional units.
This brings major operational benefits to the installation, including:
The cost benefits of Heatric’s PCHEs extend beyond physical considerations. Heatric’s Services team offer support at all phases of the system life-cycle and can ensure that process conditions, operating parameters and system requirements are all optimised to provide peak performance. This leads to maximised up-time for the system and the process, and significant reductions in associated maintenance costs. Further details about the Heatric Services team, and their support offering, can be found here.
For more information on how Heatric’s PCHE technology can help to significantly reduce project and operating costs, send a message directly through the enquiry page or contact Heatric on:
+44 (0) 1202 627 000
Heatric, a division of the Parker Hannifin Filtration Group, is a global leader in Printed Circuit Heat Exchangers (PCHEs). Heatric PCHEs are high performance, compact heat exchangers with applications across the energy industry; in oil and gas, power generation, marine, and clean technology systems. Each Heatric PCHE is bespoke to suit customer specifications and deliver maximum operational efficiency and performance. As technology pioneers with decades of design, manufacture
and operational experience, Heatric have the technical expertise to enable your innovation.