For applications requiring the transfer of heat or cooling from one system to another, as a pressure break or system separation Stokvis have an extensive range of both Bare Plate and Frame gasketed heat exchangers (BPHE) and Compact Brazed heat exchangers (CBE) as well as a full range of fully packaged units to suit.
Heat Interface Units.
The H series of Heat Interface Units can provide heating and or hot water to individual dwellings when fed from a central or district heating scheme. Each unit contains 1 or more compact brazed heat exchangers which are packaged with the necessary equipment to control your heating and or instantaneous hot water requirements. All components are mounted within a smart epoxy coated enclosure.
Econoplate Packaged Plate Heat Exchangers
Stokvis Econoplate packaged plate heat exchangers are available in various configurations covering a total of some 250+models fulfilling a tremendous variety of applications. From Domestic Hot Water Service (DHWS), Low Temperature Hot Water(LTHW) Heating, Steam-to-Water, Swimming Pool heating or even complex Process Heating, Stokvis have a unit and the expertise to satisfy your demands. Econoplate units are designed to transfer heat from one medium to another, only requiring the 2 fluids to make a single pass through the heat exchanger.
For domestic hot water service applications with a suitably selected Econoplate, hot water, in many cases, can be provided instantaneously, without the need for storage. The hot water is produced on demand up to the maximum rated output of the unit. If necessary, Econoplate units can be coupled to a Stokvis buffer vessel to allow for even greater hot water demands, as well as to satisfy specific site requirements such as low head cold feed, or to allow for incorporation of immersion heater back up. The principle is simple, well proven and extremely cost effective.
All Econoplate units are built around an epoxy coated chassis containing the heat exchanger. This heat exchanger is made up of a number of gasketed stainless steel heat transfer plates which form the channels for primary and secondary media to flow through, making a single pass in opposing directions, enabling the heat exchange to take place. Plate numbers can be increased at a later date, up to the chassis limit, enabling the output capacity to be increased if required. Plate heat exchangers have low water content and low thermal inertia making them ideal for use in systems with varying heat loads. Econoplate units are supplied packaged with, if required, primary pump (single or twin-head) and/or a 2,3 or 4 port motorised control valve fitted to the primary circuit.