Reconditioning of plate heat exchangers

In cooperation with experts from various branches of industry, we have developed a special process. This allows us to effectively and cost-efficient clean, test and recondition plate heat exchangers to 100%. This reconditioning includes the following measures:

Incoming Goods Inspection
Chemical Plate Cleaning
Dye Penetrant Testing
Final Inspection and Shipping

Due to a defective plate heat exchanger, an entire production line can unexpectedly come to a downtime. It is therefore advisable to recondition the plate packs regularly.

Reconditioning is carefully planned. Thus, the production process is hardly interfered and the performance of the corresponding process systems is significantly improved, also. As a result, the risk of production downtime with all its consequences is reduced to a minimum. At the same time, the risk of energy losses due to contamination is reduced.

For this reason, we recommend fixed maintenance intervals through our maintenance and framework contracts. In this way you reduce the risk of production downtime to a minimum and can react quickly in the event of a breakdown.

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Procedure of reconditioning of plate heat exchangers

The reconditioning of plate heat exchangers begins with the disassembly of the plate package. This work can be carried out by your company fitters or by our experienced and specialised AKK fitters who work in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. AKK Industrieservice & Handels GmbH is the only service and trading company that coordinates assembly works and services from three locations within Germany and one within Austria.

Our full-service includes:

  • Disassembly
  • Evacuation
  • Reconditioning work incl. test certificate
  • -Return
  • -Assembly
  • Recommissioning with the operator

3D Simulation Reconditioning of plate heat exchangers