Odpływ liniowy AZTEK 60cm
Odpływ liniowy AZTEK 60cm
Odpływ liniowy AZTEK 60cm
Odpływ liniowy AZTEK 60cm
Odpływ liniowy AZTEK 60cm
Odpływ liniowy AZTEK 60cm
Odpływ liniowy AZTEK 60cm
Odpływ liniowy AZTEK 60cm
Odpływ liniowy AZTEK 60cm
Odpływ liniowy AZTEK 60cm
Odpływ liniowy AZTEK 60cm
Odpływ liniowy AZTEK 60cm

Pool Titanium Exchanger NORDIC B155-Ti 45KW (155kBTU/H)

Swimming Pool Heat Exchanger B155-Ti made of Titanium

A 45kW heat exchanger made entirely of titanium, without any admixtures of other materials, to ensure durability when used with media such as seawater, saline, or high-salt content fluids.

Nominal Capacity: 45kW
based on 60 °C difference between heating and heated medium (water to water),
with counter-courent work

Material: 100% Titanium

Heat Exchange surface: 0.33 m²

Connections: 2x 1 1/2" & 2x 1"

Important Note: If one of media is glicol, the capacity will be only 85-90% of nominal one

Reference: B155-Ti
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Titanium shell-and-tube heat exchanger Nordic Tec B155-Ti

Titanium heat exchanger 45 kW for heating saltwater pools or water with added salt.

Technical Details:
Nominal value 45kW (power/capacity) is based on 60 °C difference
between heating water and pool water (calculations are different for other media).
If there is other temperature difference, the capacity is following:
60 °C = 100%
50 °C = 85%
40 °C = 70%
30 °C = 55%
The nominal flowrates values are also required to achieve the declared capacity.

Nominal flowrates: 32/237 l/min (one of opportunities)

Maximal temperature - up to 208°C (406 °F)

Connecting titanium heat exchangers to installations while maintaining countercurrent flow

Titanium models, similar to stainless steel heat exchangers, are connected in countercurrent flow to achieve maximum heat exchanger efficiency.

K1 - heating water - IN
K2 - heated water - OUT
K3 - heated water - IN
K4 - heating water - OUT

Connecting titanium heat excahnger 45 kW

Application of Titanium Heat Exchangers | B155-Ti

Titanium heat exchangers are constructed entirely from titanium, a material that is not standard and, in essence, is quite rare and expensive. In standard applications, stainless steel heat exchangers are used and are sufficient, for example, for heating pools or for heat exchange in most industrial applications. Wherever the equivalent stainless steel model can be used, it is done so because titanium models are typically about three times more expensive, primarily due to material costs.

Titanium heat exchangers, on the other hand, are only used in the most demanding applications, to work with the most aggressive media. In pool heating, this includes saltwater, seawater, or saline pools. Because a heat exchanger needs to be effective in heat transfer, it cannot be composed of large blocks of steel - instead, it consists of thin tubes capable of transferring heat energy to the other side. Over time, it would deteriorate under the influence of salt. Thin sheets of stainless steel have their strength, and certain salt concentrations definitely exceed it.

In addition to their use in saltwater pools, titanium heat exchangers are most often ordered by companies from various industrial sectors where the heat exchanger typically functions as a cooler for other aggressive media, such as acidic substances.

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