Pressure Vessels0 out of 5
Types Of Pressure Vessels: Thin Walled Pressure Vessel, Thick Walled Pressure Vessel, Vacuum Pressure Vessel Propane bottles and gas cylinders. Strong Tanks Pressure Vessel, Transportable Containers
Applications: Gas Storage Vessels Water Treatment Industries Shipping Industry Refrigeration & Cryogenic
Finned Tube Heat Exchanger0 out of 5
FTH is a pressure vessel which cools a circulating fluid within finned tubes by forcing ambient air over the exterior of the tubes. It does not required water. Major Elements of Finnned Tube Heat Exchanger: Tubes, Fins and Fan (Actuating Device for Heat Transfer) Finned Tube Material: The material selection is made as per Process Application, And Cost of Heat Exchangers
Materials Of Construction: Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, Admiralty brass, Copper and Exotic Alloys, Seamless, and Welded Stainless Steels, Seamless, and Welded, 2205 Duplex, Copper Nickel, Admiralty Brass, Titanium.
Fin Materials: We use mostly Aluminum Fins and Copper Wire Fins for Specific Applications. Galvanized Iron Fins – For Low cost Projects.
Types: Stainless Steel Finned Tube Heat Exchangers Copper Finned Tube Heat Exchangers Finned Coil Heat Exchangers Brazed Fin Heat Exchanger Aluminium Finned Heat Exchanger
International Codes & Specifications: ASME Section I & VIII Division 1 TEMA API 660 API 661 National Board
Applications: Finned Tube Heat Exchanger for Hydrocarbon process and steam condensers Large engine radiators Turbine lube oil coolers Turbine intercoolers, Natural gas and vapor coolers Combustion pre-heaters Finned Tube Heat Exchanger for Flue gas re-heaters.
Flue Gas Air Preheater0 out of 5
Types: Tubular Type Regenerative Air Preheater Rotating Plate Regenerative Air Preheater Stationary Plate Regenerative Air Preheater
Applications: This type of air preheaters are a bit more straightforward in their design. They frequently seem to be large and boxy, and be able to take up a lot of space when compared with rotary air pre heaters.
Air Cooled Heat Exchanger0 out of 5
Nearly all heat exchangers proceed as a heat sink, everywhere they are fast dissipating heat interested in the air that was built up at a new location. Air cooled heat exchangers are used by following reasons : They enlarge plant good organization, they make not necessitate an supplementary water supply .
Types Of Construction: Our Constructions types are Vertical and horizontal type
Types By Design: Forced Draft Air cooled Heat Exchanger Induced Draft Air cooled Heat Exchanger
Types By Flow: Counter-Current Flow Air cooled Heat Exchanger Co-Current Flow Air cooled Heat Exchanger Cross – Current Flow Air cooled Heat Exchanger
Types By Header: Plug header Cover plate header Welded bonnet type header Manifold header Pipe headers
Sources: Motors Drives Fans Structural vibration
Applications: Process Coolers / Condensers Cooling Tower Fans Cooling Water Coolers Air Cooler Fans Air Cooled Heat Exchanger for Oil & Gas Production Gas Coolers Gas Compressor Inter / After Coolers Air Cooler Fans Air Cooled Heat Exchanger for Power generation Cooling Tower Fans Steam Condensers Seal / Lube Oil Cooler Closed-Loop Cooling Water Coolers Geothermal Plant Condensers Air Cooler Fans Turbine lube oil coolers Turbine intercoolers
Stainless Steel Heat Exchanger0 out of 5
Stainless Steel Heat Exchangers are for the most part of useful in bad water environments caused by pollution or from the chemicals used to counter it. A heat exchanger systems are used to remove heat power from one medium to another without the two media individual varied.
Materials Of Construction: Stainless steel, Entrance Ports, Shell (Tough 316 stainless steel), Horizontal or Vertical Mounting, Clearances, Baffles
Features: Double Tubesheet, Carbon Steel Bolting, Insulated, Tubes, Mounting Feet. High efficiency and Low consumption Heat tranfer area : 5-500square meters It is prepared of imported stainless steel pipe.
Advantages: Easy maintenance and easy to install the SS heat exchanger All fluid get in touch with parts 316 Stainless Steel Materials Low power consumption