KAPP Heat Transfer Engineers, specialists in the design of heat exchangers, together with developed THE KAPP CO2 CHILLER with the following unique features:
  • The lowest pressure drop in the market (0,006 bars or 600 Pa)
  • A lower delta-P will provide a higher suction pressure at the inlet of the CO2 compressor 
  • Leading to a higher load and/or lower energy consumption of the turbine
  • Lowest pay back times
  • Cools the feed CO2 temperature without using cold energy sources from the existing ammonia and urea plant
  • Can also be designed for any kind of external cold energy source
  • Reduce fouling of the internals of the CO2 compressor
  • Designed to be able to clean from the CO2 side
  • Optionally a liquid separator can be included in the chiller design
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