Joint district heating project for a fossil-free future
Vattenfall’s Hakfort project showcases the largest capacity heat transfer station utilizing brazed plate heat exchangers. This investment of Vattenfall enables the expansion of the Amsterdam district heating grid. In total, the district heating grid will heat up to 290.000 households in Amsterdam by 2040. An unprecedented capacity of 84MW uses SWEP B649 heat exchangers.
SWEP plays major role in innovative Danish district heating project
A former agricultural area in Høje-Taastrup on the outskirts of Copenhagen has been transformed into a thermal energy storage facility. The facility or ‘Heat pit storage’ as it is bestknown, supports the district heating system that serves the Copenhagen metropolitan area. Its purpose is to store district heating from four connected Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plants and three waste to energy plants when it is cheap to produce, then to distribute it when it is expensive to produce.
Delivering efficient water heating solution at Recanto das Cachoeiras National Park
Ecogetec, together with SWEP, are striving to help bring comfort and efficiency to everyone looking for unique travel and leisure experiences throughout Brazil.
Fast heating and cooling of beer wort in brewing applications achieved with SWEP´s brazed plate heat exchangers
Brazil is the third largest beer producer in the world, with an annual production of around 15 billion liters per year. An increase in the number of small craft breweries has boosted this production rate in the last 5 years and SWEP brazed plate heat exchangers have been a big player in brewing applications.
Absolicon solar park heat up Härnösand
Absolicon Solar Collector, a pioneer in the development of sustainable technology, is involved in the development of Sweden’s largest district heating system based on solar concentrating technology. The Högslätten solar thermal park in Härnösand is being built by Absolicon in collaboration with the Swedish Energy Agency and is the first large capacity solar-powered district heating plant in Sweden for 20 years.
SWEP Condensers proven as a durable solution for Air Conditioning system for decades
SWEP BPHEs working as condensers have been installed in an AC system for 26 years – proving the durability power of BPHEs in applications!
Safe, reliable cooling for hydrogen fuel cell systems on commercial vehicles
FAUN is a member of the long-established KIRCHHOFF Group’s Ecotec division, based in Germany. FAUN’s 2000+ employees develop and manufacture dependable refuse collection vehicles (RCVs) and street sweepers. All FAUN vehicles harness innovation and modern technology to ensure they meet the latest technical standards.
Positively impacting cooling during milk production with SWEP brazed plate heat exchangers
Milk production is one of the main economic activities in Brazil and the country is currently the sixth largest producer in the world. This sector is responsible for the production of up to 25 billion liters of milk a year and the product is a large part of the nutritional diet of most Brazilian families. When a more efficient cooling solution was needed during the milk production process, SWEP brazed plate heat exchangers helped make it happen.
REFRISAT and SWEP: Improving efficiency in aeronautical machining
SWEP brazed plate heat exchangers have helped to enhance efficiency to REFRISAT chillers in several applications, including machines in the hospital, metal-mechanical, injection, extrusion, blowing industries, and now, the airplane manufacturing market.
Trane: Meeting and exceeding Ecodesign directives by up to 20%
SWEP helps Trane to deliver an exceptional seasonal energy efficiency ratio (SEER) in their chiller and heat pump portfolio.
SWEP supports Rheem Thermal to shape a sustainable future
In the Sydney Opera House, energy efficiency improvements have been made over past years for living up to commitment to sustainability.
Creating a multi-functional, process cooling system
Green Resource Engineering (GRE) wanted to create two new process cooling systems that can operate at higher temperatures and a smaller version that could also operate in reverse as a heat pump.