HX Series Heat Exchangers

Consist of acid-resistant stainless steel plates with a herringbone ridge pattern

The plates are arranged so that this pattern is in the opposite direction on each adjacent plate and at every point where the ridges intersect, a copper vacuum brazed joint exists forming a separate flow path for the two media exchanging heat energy. The counter-current flow paths of the media and the vigorous turbulence caused by the ridges ensure maximum heat transfer.


Key Features at a Glance
  • U.L. Listed
  • High thermal efficiency
  • High temperature (302 °F) and pressure (435 psi) resistance
  • High corrosion resistance
  • No gasket seals
  • Compact size and low weight
  • Easy installation and less maintenance
  • Very durable