The Project’s Solution Most plate heat exchanger required for auxiliary refrigeration circuits in refineries, are designed to separate a cooling tower circuit from a clean closed consumer refrigeration circuit, such as a compressor, or other critical equipment. Conventional Krashin-Shalev heat exchangers, meet the demands of these applications - high reliability, robustness of the structure, asymmetrical plates that can handle contaminated water on one hand and water with variable flow regimes on the other. The first "simple" heat exchanger was provided by us in 1989.
In 2019, we were involved in the debate about whether to replace or overhaul the heat exchanger that was in reasonable condition after 30 years of operation. Finally, it was decided to replace the equipment, while it was necessary to produce a new heat exchanger that would completely fit the existing flange locations without changing the piping - another important issue where our factory meets the Client’s requirements.