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Case stories

Bringing hospital cooling into the future with BPHE upgrade

Every technology is designed for a wide range of applications and has its own pros and cons, but sometimes there are many advantages to choosing one technology over another. Heat exchangers have different technologies and can be used in many application processes. However, with the correct technology, it is possible to optimize and increase the efficiency of the application. 

Optimizing freeze drying solutions for the Pharma Industry

For more than half a century, IMA Life Freeze Drying Solutions has been the gold standard when it comes to providing the benchmark for freeze drying solutions to the pharmaceutical and biotech industries.

UK supermarket cuts carbon footprint through innovative technology

Supermarket chain Sainsbury has managed to heavily reduce the carbon footprint of a heating and cooling installation at its 9,300 square meter supermarket in Crayford, Kent, in the UK. This has been done by using innovative technologies combined with an intelligent energy management system.

Environmentally friendly supermarket

Keeping food fresh with CO2 and brine. Supermarket refrigeration systems commonly use synthetic refrigerants such as R404A and R22.

Cooling food with transcritical CO₂

The majority of scientists agree that the world’s climate is changing, and that the cause is human activity.

Breaking new ground for transcritical CO2 systems

BITZER Australia approached SWEP to create a new transcritical CO2 system for a Woolworths grocery store in Sydney, Australia. SWEP has led the global development of ultrapressure BPHEs for transcritical supermarket refrigeration for the last decade and was prepared to solve the challenges that the hot Australian climate poses for transcritical systems.

SWEP BPHEs help maintain playing conditions at top golf course

Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, OK was faced with the challenge of maintaining soil temperatures for its new Cool Season Bank grass between 65°F and 80°F degrees throughout the year.  With the help of RAE Corporation and the Technical Systems team, along with SWEP BPHEs, a system was designed that will prevent the club’s 18 greens from dying in harsh temperatures.