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Plate and Frame-Gasketed Heat Exchangers

Inproheat Industries - Plate and Frame-Gasketed Heat Exchangers


Inproheat Industries offers plate and frame-gasketed heat exchangers manufactured by Tranter. 

The efficiency of plate and frame-gasketed heat exchangers is based on the flow directions and the plate pattern angles, which must be carefully calculated to achieve the necessary turbulence, temperature, and pressure drop. The closer the heat exchanger matches the application’s performance requirements, the more efficient and economical the solution will be. 

Tranter’s line of plate and frame-gasketed heat exchangers includes the popular Superchanger model.


Selection and Convenience

Broad selections of plate designs and sizes, flow channel configurations, gasket types and port connections can be custom combined to suit almost any application.Convenient on-site re-configuration options.

Durability and Reliability

Plate and frame-gasketed heat exchangers offers resistance to scaling and their durable nature allows for an extended life cycle.

Easy Maintenance

The simple maintenance characteristics include tin-place expansion capability along with simple disassembly for cleaning, replacement, or new plate installation.

Efficiency and Cost Savings

The high heat recovery of these heat exchangers contain a small footprint. Combined with the decreased material needs of the units leads to overall cost savings throughout the life of the unit.


Plate and frame gasketed heat exchangers are well-suited to heat recovery applications where close temperature control of fluids is necessary along with frequent opening and cleaning of the unit. These models are also known for their effectiveness in high volume applications, especially where both media require the use of costly resistant alloys and metals like titanium and palladium.

The most common industry applications for plate and frame-gasketed heat exchangers include:

  • HVAC

  • Oil and gas

  • Chemical

  • Ethanol

  • Mining

  • Food and Beverage