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Étude de cas

La production de chocolat avec les BPHE

À travers le monde, beaucoup d'attention se porte sur le transport pneumatique (de l'air traversant des tuyaux) et ses nombreuses possibilités et avantages. 

Des raisons environnementales importantes dans le segment du luxe

La BMW Hydrogen 7, première voiture de performance de luxe au monde fonctionnant à l’hydrogène, a été présentée au Salon International de l’Automobile de Los Angeles. 

District energy for a whole new town

Anting New Town is part of Shanghai's One City, Nine Towns plan. Designed to accommodate a population of 50,000, it has been built in a modern European style, with a comprehensive district energy system to match.

SWEP and Ecogetec provide efficient heating to Tauá resort in Brazil

Ecogetec is a Brazilian company that creates technology that transforms biomass into heat for pool and tap water for hotels, motels, industries, hospitals and clubs.  When it came to a project involving providing a more efficient heating solution at Tauá Resort in Brazil, Ecogetec chose SWEP as their preferred heat transfer partner. The project called for (46) SWEP brazed plate heat exchangers (BPHEs) to be installed in different locations around the resort.

Enclean Technology Limited reduces operating costs while improving energy efficiency

Enclean Technology Limited in Beijing, China is focusing on district heating and is committed on creating a greener future by providing more efficient, environmental-friendly and comfortable heating services.

SWEP Malaysia: BPHEs used for highly efficient cooling systems

Take a closer look at the cooling system at SWEP Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, as an example of a highly efficient and low-maintenance cooling system.

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.

Oventrop: Keep water running with Sealix® BPHEs

Scaling and corrosion are two of the main reasons for the breakdown of tap water heating systems. This was also the experience of Oventrop – one of Europe’s leading manufacturers of sanitary fittings and water systems. At least until they turned to SWEP’s new range of Sealix® protected brazed-plate heat exchangers.

Creating a modern and modular cooling solution for The Second Affiliated Hospital of Fujian Medical University

The cooling system in the ward and office areas of The Second Affiliated Hospital of Fujian Medical University was in need of an upgrade. SWEP designed a solution using prefabricated Energy Transfer Station (ETS) modules. The flexibility of these modules allowed for a fast, high-quality installation that fits into the limited available space while still being able to provide a stable and comfortable cooling environment to medical staff and patients and helping to facilitate the medical modernisation in China. 

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.

BAOSI & SWEP: Working together to support the fight against COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 took the entire world by surprise. The devastating effects were felt in every major city and it turned the healthcare industry on its head. One of the most needed items in hospitals on the frontlines was personal protective equipment (PPE), including surgical masks. The melt-blown fabric used for medical surgical masks is created by blowing hot compressed purified air which is heated using BPHEs. 

SWEP Systems help provide warmth and comfort to Beijing residents

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, residents in almost all parts of China had to conduct their daily activities indoors. To guarantee the living quality and comfort level of these residents, Beijing officials made the decision to extend its central heating service in the city for 16 additional days (until March 31st, 2020).