Efficiently heating a national building in Beijing, China
The national building, which is one of the largest hall structures in the world , needed a reliable and efficient solution for space heating and hot tap water.
BPHEs in district heating systems
The city of Hoyerswerda, in eastern Germany, decided to modernize the city's district heating system.
Geothermal stack of BPHEs
Geothermal energy storage is a new energy-saving application with promising future growth potential. Reduced fossil fuel burning and a 95% reduction of CO2 emissions are clear advantages of this system.
Fortum force expands in the Swedish capital
Fortum Värme, the largest district heating company in Sweden, has been a SWEP customer since the start of the new millennium. The two companies have worked closely on district heating substations.
Environmentally friendly supermarket
Keeping food fresh with CO2 and brine. Supermarket refrigeration systems commonly use synthetic refrigerants such as R404A and R22.
Ecology meets economy in a sustainable office building
The Slovak city of Košice has recently seen the construction of a new and innovative building – the EcoPoint Office Center.
Dutch university building gets pioneering climate system
The stunning new building for the Centre for Life Science at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands will boast a revolutionary climate system reducing the energy used for heating and cooling by 60%.
District Heating Network Dresden-Nord
Many consumers in the Klotzsche neighborhood of Dresden, Germany, had until 2014 been supplied with district heating by a so-called "island net", CHP Klotzsche.
Clean or untreated water? A BPHE works with both
Industries around the world have to face the challenge of water contamination due to insufficient filtration.
Cooling of test engine
SWEP BPHE’s are widely used within test equipment for engine development, where they both serve for realistic engine operation and accuracy in measurement equipment.
Cooling food with transcritical CO₂
The majority of scientists agree that the world’s climate is changing, and that the cause is human activity.
Container with cooling capacity
Cooling facilities in ambient temperatures of up to 50 °C are a well-known challenge in the industry. SWEP's containerized, Energy Transfer Stations for district cooling provide the solution.