Shell and tube heat exchanger gas/liquidstainless steelcopper

shell and tube heat exchanger
shell and tube heat exchanger
shell and tube heat exchanger
shell and tube heat exchanger
shell and tube heat exchanger
shell and tube heat exchanger
shell and tube heat exchanger
shell and tube heat exchanger
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Characteristics

Type
shell and tube
Fluid
gas/liquid
Material
stainless steel, copper, titanium
Other characteristics
custom
Applications
industrial

Description

SECESPOL has long-term experience in delivering custom heat transfer solutions for petrochemical, heat and power engineering, food and pharmaceutical industries. Our design team prepares all thermodynamical, vibration and strength calculations for each project. We produce using carbon or stainless steel, duplex, titanium, Monel, copper, Incoloy and others. If needed, our products are equipped with local Control and Measurement Instruments and Automation. We offer: shell & tube heat exchangers economizers for gas boilers tube bundle repairs retrofits SECESPOL is a holder of following certificates and approvals:UDT, ASME (U-stamp & UM), PED 97/23/WE; GOST; China ML; 3A; PN-EN ISO 9001. Shell & tube heat exchangers consist of a shell and a tube bundle inside. A tube bundle can have a form of a coil (like in JAD, S and H) or straight tubes (like in B, TI, EVO, REV and P). In most cases hot medium goes in tubes and cold medium in a shell. Shell & tube heat exchangers are welded and manufactured using stainless steel throughout which prevents risk of a leak and makes them resistant to corrosion. Thanks to many types and sizes shell & tube heat exchangers are ideal solutions for industrial purposes as well as in domestic heating systems.

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