We provide a qualitative range of plate heat exchanger gaskets ( PHE gaskets ) that are manufactured by utilizing advance technology. Our plate heat exchanger gaskets( PHE gaskets ) are used for a multitude of heat transfer applications across various industries.
Our assortment of Plate heat exchanger gaskets( PHE gaskets ) is available for various models of PHE in various M.O.C’s such as NBR, HNBR, EPDM, butyl, silicon, viton and many more. We manufacture these plate heat exchanger gaskets( PHE gaskets ) to suit several models including glue type, clip on type, nib-on type and more.
We possess expertise in manufacturing and supplying spiral heat exchangers, pipe heat exchangers, and industrial gaskets which are available in various designs as per clients’ specifications. Our manufactured Plate Heat Exchanger gaskets exhibits high transfer coefficient which determines the direction of flow within the heat exchanger.
Design & Function of Plate Type Heat Exchanger
The heart of a PHE is a pack of embossed plates with apertures. The plates are assembled in a 180° angle to each other, resulting in flow gaps on each side. Each plate is provided with a gasket, which securely seals the flow gaps from the atmosphere and separates the two media used in the heat exchange.The gasketed plate pack is mounted in a rack and is compressed with tightening bolts between the fixed plate and the movable plate. To guarantee maximum heat transfer, warm and cold media are normally fed through the PHE in one-pass or multi-pass counter flow.Connections are on the fixed plate, but can also be on the movable plate for multipass flow
- Plate design
- Sealing technology
- Capacity range
- High transfer coefficient
Polymer Used to making the gaskets:
- Nitrile Rubeer(NBR)
- HT NBR(High temperature nitrile gasket)
- Hydrogenated Nitrile(HNBR)
- Ethelyene Propylene Diene Monomer(EPDM)
- Viton (FKM A,B&G)
These plate heat exchanger gaskets are used for multitude of heat transfer applications across various industries including chemical, offshore, oil and gas, petrochemicals, power plants, pulp and paper, steel, zinc and aluminum, sugar, vegetable oil, breweries & distilleries, chiller, dairy & beverages and many more.