• K No. 8-23/1,23/2- Village Nathupur Near Narayan Dharam Kanta Distt/ Sonepat, Haryana 131029 India
  • +91-7665766517
Request A Quote

What You Need To Know About Plate Type Heat Exchangers

Plate type heat exchangers can be found in a wide range of sizes and forms, and their heat transfer methods can be tailored to meet the specific requirements of each application. Their capacity to conserve square footage, minimal ecological footprint, and low energy and maintenance demands are just a few of their many benefits.

How useful is a plate heat exchanger, and what are its benefits?

Lessening Our Environmental Impact

Smaller yet more powerful personal devices, more adaptable production tools, and so on can all be attributed to the steady march of technological progress. Smaller and more efficient cooling solutions, such as heat exchangers from Colt-group, are required since the risk of heat pockets, and thus damage to electrical components, rises in increasingly compact electrical cabinets.

Impact on the Environment Minimized

To keep high-powered control panels from melting, constant operation of heat exchangers is required. The fact that modern heat exchangers don't need ancillary machinery like an air conditioner or air compressor is a major benefit.

Therefore, compared to conventional cooling technologies, Plate type heat exchangers are much more energy efficient and produce almost no pollutants.

Minimal running expenses

Because they are not as complex and do not rely on external equipment, Colt-group’s heat exchangers do not necessitate as much upkeep as air conditioners. They don't malfunction and can go longer without being serviced or replaced than other air conditioners can.

Definitions, Evaluation Methods, and Uses

The Plate type heat exchangers come in various forms, dimensions, and costs. Buyers can use the information in this article to better specify the specifications of their projects and make an informed decision when selecting a plate heat exchanger.
Application-specific characteristics, such as:

  • The working fluids employed (water, oil, refrigerant, etc.);
  • The temperatures of each incoming liquid;
  • The rates of each flow (units of gal/min or L/min), must be specified initially.

The inlets and outlets should be oriented according to the desired heat transfer (heating, cooling, or equalizing). Using this information, manufacturers can solve for the required heat transfer coefficient, the value of which will define the number of plates, the materials to be used, and the layout of the final design.

The next step is to consult your supplier about your budget and see if any of their in-stock products fit well. There are literally hundreds of variations out there, so with a little digging, you're bound to find the ideal Plate type heat exchangers.

Among the many possible process engineering applications for Colt-group’s plate heat exchangers are pasteurizers, beverage manufacturing, and connections between chillers, boilers, and cooling towers. They are compact, elegant, modular heat transfer systems that outperform conventional options. If you need to save room yet increase output, Plate type heat exchangers may be the way.


Sustainable innovation is at the heart of Colt-group's approach. Improving how we use technology to save resources and cut down on waste. Multiple heat transfer plates comprise a plate heat exchanger's (PHE) design. They are kept together by a pressure plate that can move freely and a fixed plate. The gasket configuration on each heat transfer plate provides two independent channels.