SWEP-B649-parallel-connectionDUBAI: Swedish heat exchanger manufacturer SWEP has opened an office in Dubai to serve increasing Middle East demand.

The expansion of district cooling installations in the region is increasing the demand for SWEP’s brazed plate heat exchangers, over a million of which are said to be already operating in district cooling systems around the world.

“We are experiencing growing interest in our BPHE as more and more people discover the advantages,” said Carlo Demalde, SWEP’s regional manager Middle East. “With the widest capacity range on the market, we are successfully replacing other technologies for larger installations, too.”

“Our new office in Dubai will enable us to meet the increasing demand for BPHEs and to better serve our existing customers,” commented Feras Shoumal, SWEP’s business development manager Middle East. “It also allows us to support the region’s initiatives to create sustainable cities. For example, the Dubai Supreme Council of Energy is promoting district cooling as a way to reduce energy consumption. We have the expertise and the solutions, based on BPHEs that offer the most energy-efficient way to transfer heat.”