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District cooling

There is increasing interest in district cooling using extensive distribution systems – a technology analogous with district heating. District cooling usually refers to the central production of cooling energy that is distributed to customers as cold water in a closed circuit, and is most common in buildings with a high demand for cooling, such as office buildings, factories, and hospitals. SWEP brazed plate heat exchangers (BPHEs) offer unbeaten performance and space-saving compactness for these applications.

District cooling offers several advantages

  • Lower life-cycle costs. Unaffected by the outdoor environment.
  • Environmentally sustainable. Reduces the use of Freons and offers higher energy utilization compared with conventional cooling technologies.
  • More convenient. No local refrigeration plants are needed, i.e. no maintenance, no handling of Freons, and no future fees or legal regulations.
  • Cost and security. Lower energy costs, minimal maintenance, low investment cost to the customer, and increased security of delivery.

High-performance space savings with our BPHEs

  • The highest capacity models on the market, to meet the needs of larger installations
  • Compact and easy to install, including modular redundancy
  • Small footprint saves a lot of space that can be used for other machinery or leased – a valuable advantage in densely populated areas.

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