Main characteristics AlfaBlue Junior DG
- Finned coil
Innovative coil design manufactured from Cu tubes and corrugated aluminium turbo fins. Standard fin spacing 2.1 mm. Liquid connections threaded ext. Each heat exchanger is leak tested with dry air.
Patented coil frame design allowing thermal expansion and offering protection against vibration (f.i. during transportation). Corrosion resistant casing material, coated RAL9002. Separated fan sections.
High efficiency AC or EC fans with innovative polymeric fan blades and low power consumption. Available in two fan diameters (500 & 630 mm), different power supplies (230/50-60/1, 400/50-60/3) and four noise levels. Protection class IP 54 according to DIN 40050. AC motors are fitted with integrated thermo contacts to provide reliable protection against thermal overload (terminals in the box). Motors may be wired to one or more common terminal boxes.
For a full overview of all available options and additional technical specifications please refer to the product leaflet.
How it works
Alfa LU-VE finned coil air heat exchangers have been designed to achieve an optimized exchange of thermal energy between air and a refrigerant or fluid. The ‘heart’ of our air heat exchangers is the finned coil, built up from a circuit of interconnected tube serpentines and fins to increase the heat exchanging surface. Thanks to the combination of key design variables (coil materials, coil geometry, casing design, fan type), air units are very versatile heat exchangers with a great variety of applications in many industries. Alfa LU-VE supplies finned coil air heat exchanger products for a wide variety of applications.
Air-cooled liquid coolers (radiators/dry coolers)
Air heat exchangers may be used to cool various process liquids. For this application hot process liquid flows through the tubes. This liquid is cooled by the relatively cold ambient air that is forced through the coil.
Air heat exchangers for process liquid cooling are referred to as 'radiators'. Air-cooled liquid coolers for HVAC applications and total energy systems are referred to as 'dry coolers'.