Function of Plate Heat Exchangers

The plates are fitted with a gasket which seals the channel and directs the fluids into alternate channels. The number and size of the plates are 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 plates and the pressure plate are suspended from an upper carrying bar and located by a lower guiding bar both of which are fixed to the support columns.
Connections are located in the frame cover, or if either or both fluids make more than a single pass within the unit, the frame and pressure plates. We are in the process of developing the Plate Heat Exchanger and would take up the manufacturing in the near future.
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 frame plate and a pressure plate and compressed by tightening bolts.

Equivalent to other Heat Exchangers

  • If you are unhappy with the original design of plate heat exchangers, send us the operating specifications and improvements required and we will offer a suitable replacement heatexchangers. We can also provide a shell and tube equivalent, if you would prefer to have a unit that is more easily repaired on our factory


  • Lube Oil Coolers
  • Steam Heaters
  • Jacket Water Coolers
  • Water Heaters (non-electrical)
  • Fuel Oil Heaters
  • Gearbox Oil coolers


  • Materials we used for Shell, Carbon steel stainless Steel sizes up to 20000 mm,
  • Tubes Copper, Brass, Cupro-nickel , Carbon Steels in sizes from 6 mm to 50 mm OD, Stainless Steels,
  • Tube Sheets: Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, Brass etc.
  • Channels and Cover : Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, Case Iron, Brass , Mild Steel etc...
  • Gaskets : Rubber, Compressed


  • Chemical, Petrochemical,
  • Fertiliser. Thermal Power plants,
  • Refrigeration Plants,
  • Marine Engines,
  • Turbines, Hydraulic Systems,
  • Sugar Machinery