Mueller plate heat exchangers a hot choice


Mueller Plate Heat Exchangers are quality units engineered in the US and assembled under licence in Australia by Teralba Industries to suit exact client requirements.

These Plate Heat Exchangers units are renowned for their highly efficient thermal performance and versatility.

Each Mueller Accu-Therm Plate Heat Exchanger is selected using state-of-the-art software to match the specific performance requirements of individual applications.

These units also incorporate an expandable design enabling an increase of heat transfer surface area without any changes to the unit foot print.

These versatile Plate Heat Exchangers are available in multi stage units to suit all your heating, cooling, regeneration and pasteurising requirements. 

Double wall plates are also available to enhance integrity for processing critical quality products and increasing assurance against product/service fluid cross contamination. 

They offer a full range of fittings and connections including BSM/RJT, BSP, Triclover, Table Flange ANSI Flange & Camlock.

The selection of Mueller Accu-Therm Plate Heat Exchangers includes a range of stainless steel units which provide the option of hygienic and maintenance free heat exchangers. 

The advantages over traditional powdercoated frames include, aesthetics, elimination of painting, corrosion resistance and high quality sanitary finish.

These market leading plate heat exchangers are used extensively in many industries including food, dairy, carbonated beverage, poultry and egg, meat, brewing, distillery, winery, pharmaceutical, chemical, cosmetic and agricultural industries.

Teralba Industries Pty Ltd
Ph: 02 4626 5000

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