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Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of shell and tube heat exchanger manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source shell and tube heat exchanger manufacturers with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate shell and tube heat exchanger companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture shell and tube heat exchangers for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading shell and tube heat exchanger manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for shell tube heat exchangers, shell tube HVAC heat exchangers, or petroleum shell and tube heat exchangers.

  • Coon Valley, WI

    IHT is an ASME/PED MILSPEC qualified custom manufactuer of continuous plate fin and tube based heat transfer solutions. Our continuous fins give you the highest performance to coil face area ratio allowing for smaller units with faster ROI. With over 20 years of experience we can design a high quality solution for you at a competitive price even when you only need one unit. Our personal attention is second to none. Contact us today for more info!

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  • McDonough, GA

    Founded over 20 years ago, Heat Exchanger USA produces shell and tube heat exchangers as well as a wide range of process equipment and turnkey systems for the oil, gas, petro-chemical, resin, coating and adhesive industries. Other industries served include agricultural, plastics and rubber, steel, pulp and paper, mining and construction, pharmaceutical, food and waste water treatment industries. Call us today to learn more!

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  • Medford, WI

    Designing standard heating and cooling products as well as customized models for more complex applications, Enerquip, LLC is prepared to meet the needs of every customer that enters their doors. Shell and tube heat exchangers are one product among many that these knowledgeable manufacturers can and do produce. With such experience, you can not go wrong by seeking out the team at Enerquip, Inc.

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  • Decatur, IL

    Mason Manufacturing is a custom fabricator of shell and tube heat exchangers, ASME pressure vessels, columns, and tanks. Located in Decatur, Illinois, Mason has over 60 years of experience providing customers with custom fabricated vessels that conform to customer specifications, applicable codes, accepted industry standards and that are consistently shipped on time with competitive pricing. It’s our promise.

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  • Indianapolis, IN

    Kennedy Tank & Manufacturing Co. Inc. is a heat exchanger manufacturer. Some of our products include heat exchangers, shell and tube heat exchangers as well as double-pipe heat exchangers with experience since 1898.

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  • Milwaukee, WI

    Anguil designs, manufactures, installs and services heat and energy recovery systems for industrial applications and manufacturing operations. By utilizing waste heat from energy consuming processes, Anguil heat exchanger technologies reduce a company’s operating costs, lower their carbon footprint and lessen their energy consumption. Our track record includes the ability to blend time-tested, standard products with innovative, custom engineered solutions.

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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

Heat-Exchangers USA: Over Twenty Years of Quality

Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Heat-Exchanger USA has been in business for over 20 years, throughout that time we have established ourselves as one of the leaders in the shell & tube heat exchanger industry. We are proud to say that all of our fabrication is done in house; this means that we put the same amount of care and detail into every part that we work on. Read More...... Read More

Heat Exchangers for the Winter Season

As winter is just right around the corner, the cool fall days are already feeling just as cold as a mid winter day for me. Because I live in the Midwest I can't really escape the cold from the months of October through March. The cold air is about to arrive and stay here for the season, not to mention snow will start to fall soon. When I think about the winter coming, I started to pull out all of my extra blankets around the house and get out all... Read More

Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger: The Tube Specifics

As one of the most basic and commonly used heat exchanger designs in the business, understanding the construction and key components of shell and tube heat exchangers is advisable. Available in a wide range of sizes, its innate mechanical ruggedness ensures that it will work well and last a long time for its various heating and cooling customer needs. Because the metal material of both the shell tube and the internal bundle of tubes should be conductive, corrosion resistant and resilient, stainless steel or copper alloys are often the choices... Read More

Heat Exchangers Important Role

Any heat exchanger manufacturer can tell you the important role that a heat exchanger plays in products such as the refrigerator, air conditioner, space heater and many other similar units. These types of units are almost constantly running to keep areas hot or cold at any given time and the heat exchanger can help these units run more smoothly and efficiently. There are a few different types of heat exchangers that are used in today's market including spiral plate heat exchangers, shell and tube heat exchangers, plate coil heat exchangers... Read More

Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers: U-Tubes not YouTubes

On hot summer days it's nice to cool off by jumping into a cool, refreshing swimming pool. I don't have one at my house so I usually have to butter up my pool owning friends and hang out at their house all day. No matter how excruciating the heat was, pool water always seems to stay relativity the same temperature. How does the water not boil on those hotter days? I realize it takes more energy to heat larger bodies of water but it's always at just the right degrees.... Read More

businessIndustry Information

Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers

Shell and tube heat exchangers are comprised, as the name suggests, of an exterior shell with a bundle of tubes running through the middle of it. These exchangers are the most common type of tube heat exchangers used in the process, petroleum and HVAC industries, and are used widely in large chemical processes.

Shell and tube exchangers are intended for heating and cooling process fluids at high pressures and due to their design offer a large heat transfer area, making them a provider of high heat transfer efficiency. They are used widely as water to water heat exchangers and water to air heat exchangers. The larger the surface area available for heat exchange, the more efficient the heat exchange process will be. Therefore, bundles of tubes are often used to create the largest surface area possible. The shell or pressure vessel holds the bundle of tubes that are connected at either end. The tubes themselves are hollow and act as flow channels for one fluid that runs through them, the other fluid flows around them through the shell. The tubes themselves may differ in type according to the desired results. The tube walls are made of a thermally conductive material in order to transfer heat from one substance to the other. However, as one side of the tube will have a different temperature to the other side of the tube, it must be durable enough to undergo structure stress during the heat exchange process.

As shell and tube exchangers are usually used for high pressure applications in the first place, the added structural stress of temperature shifts should also be considered when deciding upon a tube material. Metals such as copper alloy (https://www.iqsdirectory.com/copper-alloy), steel – both stainless and carbon, nickel and titanium are ideal choices. Waste heat from industrial manufacturing processes can be fed into a shell and tube heat exchanger and used to heat a substance for another stage in the process. This method of heat exchange is not only efficient, but also conserves energy and is more cost-effective than relying on another source of heat production. Shell and tube heat exchangers are found in steam engines, power plants and nuclear power plants. They are often classified by the number of times the materials pass through the tubes in a complete cycle. Shell and tube heat exchangers can be used for both liquids and gases as both are able to transfer heat. Shell and tube heat exchangers serve a wide range of applications in compressor systems, hydraulic systems, stationary engines, pain systems, vapor recovery systems, air dryers, lube oil consoles, and several marine applications.



Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers
Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers
Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers - Heat-Exchanger USA
Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers - Heat-Exchanger USA