Application Areas / HVAC

HVAC, an acronym for Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning, broadly refers to systems used for heating, cooling, and ventilating. Plate exchangers, a common heat transfer technology, are frequently utilized within these systems. Some HVAC systems that employ plate exchangers include:

Domestic Hot Water Provision

In both residential and industrial settings, the provision of hot water is essential for comfort. With MIT Plate Exchangers, domestic water can be produced centrally or individually. Compared to older systems, this solution is more hygienic, efficient, durable, economical, and compact, eliminating issues like limescale and chlorine-induced degradation. Instead of complete system replacements, minor revisions can restore system performance.

District Heating

District heating centers, utilizing hot water from sources like geothermal springs or power plants, can heat an area, district, or even an entire city. The targeted area is divided into sub-regions according to need, and specially designed MIT Plate Exchangers are installed beneath buildings to produce hot water tailored to each building’s requirements.

Underfloor Heating Systems

Increasingly popular for their effective, uniform, and aesthetic heating, underfloor heating systems use MIT Plate Exchangers to prevent corrosion of the heating source. Acting as a protective barrier between the heated area and the heating source, these exchangers ensure high corrosion resistance, complete stainless steel construction, and custom designs, guaranteeing years of trouble-free operation.

Pressure Breakers

In tall and multi-story buildings, serious pressures can arise due to the system's height. Directly transferring this system-generated pressure to the lowest heating-cooling system causes strain and wear. Additionally, installing high-pressure resistant fittings increases initial costs significantly. High-pressure resistant MIT Plate Exchangers, placed between the boiler room or cooling units and the installation, manage the incoming pressure internally, allowing the primary boiler-cooling system to operate comfortably at lower pressures.

Pool Heating

Whether swimming or thermal, all pools must be maintained within certain temperatures. MIT Plate Exchangers, with simple automation, can be used to keep pools within desired temperature ranges. Their compact design occupies minimal space in your pool's machinery room, ensuring the pool is maintained at the desired temperature.

Central Heating Systems

New laws encourage and sometimes mandate the use of central heating systems due to their efficiency and lower energy consumption compared to individual units. MIT Plate Exchangers can produce the necessary hot water for heating residences from a central source of hot or boiling water, also providing domestic hot water simultaneously.