Parseh plate heat exchanger PH02 model


Flow rate: 5-15 cubic meters
Plates material: stainless steel(SS304) and  Titanium (SS316L).
Gasket material EPDM - NBR – FKM :
Connection size: 4/1 1 inch
Connection type: Threaded
Maximum pressure: 22 bar
Maximum temperature: 180°C


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Parseh PH02 is a combination of conventional (GPHE) plate exchangers and Brazed plate heat exchangers (BPHE), which, despite its sealing with a gasket, due to the special embedding of compression screws in its frame, it has a compact appearance similar to Brazed plate heat exchangers(BPHE). This type of heat exchanger does not have a frame holder due to its small size. Heat plates in this type of heat exchanger, similar to Brazed plate heat exchangers (BPHE), it is designed as an edged that is placed together during assembly. In this exchanger, the corresponding connectors are placed inside the pre-designed gaps in the frame and are locked in place when the connector exchanger is assembled.
The advantage of "Parseh" compared to other heat exchangers:
 Failure to use the retaining frame and guide bar has reduced the price of this type of heat exchanger compared to conventional and common and even Brazed plate heat exchangers (BPH) models.
One of the main disadvantages of Brazed Plate Heat Exchangers (BPHE) is the impossibility of opening heat plates in order to perform effective descaling. In contrast, "Parseh" can be easily opened and therefore its repair and descaling can be done in a short time. In addition, this feature has made it possible to increase the number of heat plates.
These two features make (Parseh) a suitable option for replacing Brazed Plate heat exchangers (BPHE) in the domestic hot water package used by construction facilities.
``Parseh" has better heat performance than similar models such as M3 due to the special pattern of the heat plate. The following diagram compares the heat transfer coefficient of a "Parseh" PH02 exchanger channel compared to the M3-H exchanger channel for different flow rates.
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