Take Care About Environment with Microchannel Condenser


How often have you had to witness revolutionary changes in industrial microchannel systems? Obviously, this does not happen every day. As for heat exchangers, this possibility happens even less often – once every several decades. The basic model of microchannel condenser has not changed since the 70s of the 20th century. Now, thanks to the latest Kaltra invention, the look and design of heat exchangers will change.

Kaltra microchannel condensers are characterized by a more intense flow through the plate and optimal utilization of the entire surface of the plate. This significantly improves heat transfer. Compared to traditional brazed plate heat exchangers, the efficiency of a microchannel condenser, under the same operating conditions, is much higher. In some cases, this advantage reaches 56%.

When used with Kaltra microchannel condensers, water chillers, and many other applications, ground-breaking plate heat exchangers based on Kaltra microchannel technology help reduce energy consumption and CO2 emissions. In this way, we support your pursuit of improved performance and environmentally friendly technologies. 

The high efficiency of Kaltra microchannel condensers is a priority, which is why unique technology allows the design of more efficient, lighter, and more compact heat exchangers with improved heat transfer performance than previous models. Kaltra heat exchangers offer the ideal combination of resource and energy efficiency with a minimum amount of refrigerants. Thus, technology opens up new opportunities for the development of environmentally friendly technical solutions, both at this stage of technology development and in the near future.

Thanks to the versatility of microchannel technology, right now Kaltra has received a variety of engineering solutions previously inaccessible. They have the ability to modify each heat exchanger in such a way that it is guaranteed to meet all requirements for use in any application. They offer improved heat transfer, energy savings, and minimal environmental impact – all in one unit.

Comments are closed.