You can make a difference - Higher efficiency lower emissions

Friday, March 11, 2011

In heat pumps, chillers and many other applications, Danfoss' revolutionary MPHEs reduce energy consumption and lower CO2 emissions – thus supporting your drive towards greater efficiency and better environmental performance. By addressing the key challenges of the modern world, MPHE technology helps us to help you make a difference.

Higher Efficiency Lower Emissions

Whatever application you have in mind, there's an MPHE or the potential to produce one that will give optimal results.

Thanks to the inherent flexibility of Micro Plate technology, today we have a new freedom to modify each heat exchanger to precisely match the demands of any application, offering efficient heat transfer, energy conservation and environmental responsibility – all in a single component.

MPHEs offer an unusual degree of design freedom. Simply by varying the number, size and placement of indentations on the channel plate, they can be adapted to give the optimal heat transfer and minimal pressure drop in all kinds of applications. First out from Danfoss: the H-range, optimized for heat pump applications, the C-range optimized for chiller applications and the D-range. 

There are numerous heat exchanger models for heat pump applications on the market today, but none perform as highly as our new H-range MPHEs. That's because the H-range is designed specifically for use in ground source and air source heat pump systems. Each model is available fully optimized not only for different refrigerants but also for the job it has to do as a condenser or evaporator. The MPHE's unique channel plate design distributes refrigerant in an innovative way, boosting seasonal efficiency and ensuring efficient operation at full and part load.

Choose MPHEs from the H-range and take advantage of the built-in flexibility of the channel plate design to differentiate your product and take the lead on innovation. We offer complete coverage of the 3-150 kW capacity range, with 16 products based on just a four-product platform to help you streamline product development and make production leaner.

Whether you're producing air- or water-cooled chillers, you know how important it is to choose each component with care. Choosing the right heat exchanger is especially important since it determines the efficiency of heat transfer within your product.

Danfoss' C-range consists of dedicated heat exchangers optimized for chiller applications, to work as condensers or evaporators in your air- or water-cooled system. Suitable for the 300-550 kW (single circuit) and 100-550 kW (dual circuit) capacity ranges, our C-range products are adapted for use with today's preferred refrigerants and able to operate efficiently at full or part load.

Choose MPHEs from our new C-range and take advantage of their compact size and versatile design to develop more competitive chiller solutions that build the value of your brand. 

Taking advantage of Micro Plate technology, with its innovative and compact channel plate pattern, our trustworthy D-range MPHEs combine enhanced heat transfer with a lower carbon footprint. Robust and resource-efficient, the D-range is designed to operate efficiently year after year with minimal maintenance in a whole range of applications.

Gearbox cooling

In gearbox cooling, such as in wind power generation systems, the high efficiency of D-range products at low flow rates gives them a special competitive advantage.

Precision cooling

MPHEs are an efficient, compact solution offering reliable year-round operation for precision cooling. They are suitable for use in precision air conditioning units that are designed to run continually with minimal maintenance..

Lube oil cooling

The reliability and compact form of D-range MPHEs comes into play in lube oil cooling systems, where space and access for maintenance are limited. In large marine engines, for example, MPHEs are small enough to be mounted on top of the engine itself. 

Fuel heating 

Our MPHEs perform well in systems using hot water and steam. Take advantage of this to pre-heat fuel oil, thereby reducing pollution and lowering your fuel consumption, especially during cold starts. Pre-heating also makes it easier to remove unwanted water from the oil.