M15M/M15B Replacement Gasket Plate Heat Exchanger for Chemical
BH150B / BH150H
Height, H [mm]
Width, W [mm]
Min standard length, L [mm]
Max standard length, L [mm]
Vertical port distance, VC [mm]
Horizontal port distance, HC [mm]
Max temperature [°C]
Max pressure [barg]
Max. flow rate [kg/s]
Material of Plate
Suited Liquid Kinds
Stainless Steel (AISI304.316 Etc)
Pure Water, Normal Water, Oil for eating, Mineral Oil
Sea Water, Saline Water, Mineral Water
20Cr, 18Ni, 6Mo (254SMO)
Dilute Sulphuric Acid, Organic Water Solution
High-temp and concentration caustic soda
Hastelloy (C276, D205, B2G)
Concentration Sulphuric Acid, Hydrochloric acid, Phosphoric acid
Material of Gasket
Operating Temperature ° C
Suited Liquid Kinds
Water, Sea Water, Mineral Oil, Salinous Water
Hot Water, Steam, Acid, Alkali
High Concentrated Acid, Alkali, High temperature Oil, Steam
General heating and cooling duties. Heating by means of steam.
The plate heat exchanger consists of a pack of corrugated metal
plates with portholes for the passage of the
two fluids between which heat transfer will take place. The plate
pack is assembled between a fix frame plate
and a movable pressure plate and compressed by tightening bolts.
The plates are fitted with a gasket which
seals the interpolate channel and directs the fluids into alternate
channels. The number of plates is determined
by the flow rate, physical properties of the fluids, pressure drop
and temperature program.
The plate corrugations promote fluid turbulence and support the
plates against differential pressure. The frame
plate and the pressure plate are suspended from an upper carrying
bar and located by a lower guiding bar, both
of which are fixed to a support column.
Connections are located in the frame plate or, if either or both
fluids make more than a single pass within the unit,
in the frame and pressure plates.
Liquid flow rate
Up to 16 kg/s (250 gpm), depending on media, permitted
Pressure drop and temperature program.
Water heating by steam
300 to 800 kW
Channels are formed between the plates and the corner ports are
arranged so that the two media flow through alternate
channels. The heat is transferred through the plate between the
channels, and complete counter-current flow is created
for highest possible efficiency. The corrugation of the plates
provides the passage between the plates, supports each
plate against the adjacent one and enhances the turbulence,
resulting in efficient heat transfer.
Short delivery time.
Know-how design and customer support