Our FLFA free-flow plate heat exchangers are ideal for applications that use media with a rich particle size, thick or high viscosity. Each free-flow heat exchanger is custom-made to suit your application and media type, and the contactless plate channels are unobstructed and can be cleaned for long periods of time.
Free flow plate heat exchanger
When your media needs to be handled well, our FLFA free flow sets new standards for improved performance and reliability, and is not suitable for conventional heat exchangers due to high viscosity, high dirt tendency or high particle content.
What does this mean for you?
Due to frequent, unscheduled maintenance or cleaning up, prolonged production time and product loss are undesirable consequences of media that are difficult to handle.
Our free-flow plate heat exchangers completely eliminate these problems, allowing you to benefit from the greatest possible uptime and use the right solution to handle challenging application conditions. The free-flow mode of the contactless plate channel counteracts dirt and clogging by providing sufficient space for the medium to flow and maintain efficient heat transfer.
Experience reliable, high performance, proper media handling and long separations between services. If your media contains solids, fibers, or other particles, you can further extend the service interval by periodically backflushing your system.
Easy to clean, suitable for uptime
CIP (in-place cleaning) is the first choice for media with a tendency to be contaminated. The efficient design of our FLFA free-flow unit ensures low liquid retention and greatly reduces the amount of chemicals required for CIP processes, resulting in significantly reduced cleaning time and environmental friendliness.
Features and benefits
Good media handling and even media distribution provide good product output quality.
High heat transfer efficiency and extended cleaning intervals ensure complete process operation, low downtime and large monetary value.
The large plate gap is designed to counteract the contamination of the large plate slots, with no areas where the media is stagnant or dead spots.