The heart of the convectors is the heat exchanger. However, its application is much wider. Imagine that you would like your heating elements to completely blend with the interior. Build your exchangers into materials, the entire interior of which is compactly created, and into places where you want to have them. A real design solution that will fulfil even the most exacting notions of preserving the interior design.
Al/Cu heat exchanger with low water content Licon OR
It is suitable for individual installation, especially in places where compactness of interior is required in terms of materials used. If certain conditions are adhered to, the Licon OR heating exchangers can be covered with almost any material to integrate them unobstrusively into the space. The exchanger is made of copper pipes and aluminium lamellas.
|Width (mm)||60, 120, 180|
|Height (mm)||50, 110|
|Lengths (mm)||800 - 3000, (at 200 mm)|
|Max. working pressure (bar)||12|
|Max.working temperature||110 °C|
|Connection thread||inner G 1/2“|
|Outputs||by the exchanger covering height, see the output and correction factors tables for a variant case height|
Version Economic - exchanger with no surface finishes
Version Exclusive - black coat
Version Exclusive - black coat
Standard delivery contains
AI/Cu heat exchanger with low water content, air vent and uniquely shaped lamellas for a higher heat output
- Assembly instruction
the set is packed in strong PVC foil and protectors on edges
- version Exclusive
- stands or brackets to fit the exchanger on
|Type OR||Δt||Lengths L (cm)|
Heat outputs (W) at tw1/tw2/ti = at 75/65/20 °C (Δt=50) and 65/55/20 °C(Δt=40) / EN 442
Temperature exponent m = 1,3
Correction factor kt for a variant temperature difference Δt (K)
Weights and volumes of water of the heating benchesThe listed weights are without a packaging.
Licon OR exchangers installation
For proper functioning ensure sufficient supply of air, adequately sealed convector case and the outlet grid must vent adequately. We recommend the exchangers are installed 10 cm above the floor covering. We supply 2 types of brackets for this purpose. These could be of the floor mounting design (stand type) of 5 and 10 cm height, or of the wall-suspension design. The number of the exchanger's pipes determines the width of the bracket, see below. The brackets are not part of the supply.
The heat output of the exchanger is dependent on several key conditions: the effective height of the cover, how well the cover (case) seals, the supply of the heated air and the size of the outlet grid's flow area (see fig.). In general, the higher the cover is positioned, the higher the heat output. The case of the convector and the adjacent building structures must be resistant to the rated temperatures of the heat-carrying media.
Correction factor for a different case height H
Correction factor of the cover grid's flow surface
|The case height H (m) is taken from the bottom edge of the heat exchanger lamellas. Example: conversion of the heat output of the OR-J3/-180 exchanger to the output in a case 0,45 m high. Q = 1708 x 1,416 = 2419 W|
|% of flow surface||> 75||60||50||40||30|
|The flow surface means the flow surface of the heat exchanger (widthxlength of the radiator) minus the area of the breathing grid (all dimensions given in %). The heat output of the particular convector is multiplied by this correction factor. Measurements of the performances of the Licon products include the breathing grid, therefore it is not necesery to further recalculate them.|
Ordering codes Heat exchangers OR