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Spiral Heat Exchanger Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a detailed list of spiral heat exchanger manufacturers and suppliers. Find spiral heat exchanger companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture spiral heat exchangers to your specifications. Peruse our website to review and discover top spiral heat exchanger manufacturers with roll over ads and complete product descriptions. Connect with the spiral heat exchanger companies through our hassle-free and efficient request for quote form. You are provided company profiles, website links, locations, phone numbers, product videos, and product information. Read reviews and stay informed with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of spiral plate heat exchangers, flat spiral exchangers, and metal spiral exchangers of every type, IQS is the premier source for you.

  • Coon Valley, WI 608-452-3103

    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 800-780-3776

    We are experts in the design, engineering and manufacturing of air to air heat exchangers and condensers to meet individual customers process requirements. Our spacious facility with full transportation access allows for machining and fabricating with a wide range of materials, which the Heat Exchanger USA team is able to fashion to the customer's specifications. Call us today for more information!

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  • Medford, WI 715-748-5888

    Enerquip LLC is a leading provider of heating and cooling solutions, primarily through manufacturing custom and standard shell & tube heat exchangers for a wide range of industries. For over 40 years we have been designing and building exchangers for production plants, and the OEM system suppliers that support them. For the fastest lead-time in the industry, without sacrificing high quality, rely on Enerquip – When Schedule Counts.

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  • Tuscaloosa, AL 205-345-5335

    Southern Heat Exchanger Corp prides itself on meeting specifications and exceeding expectations in heat transfer equipment. Offering a full range of products and services to satisfy your shell & tube heat exchanger needs, we provide years of experience and a range of materials and capabilities to best serve you. We stand for superior quality in heat exchangers and cooling coils.

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  • Decatur, IL 217-422-2770

    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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  • Milwaukee, WI 800-488-0230

    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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Spiral Heat Exchangers

A spiral heat exchanger is a type of shell and tube heat exchanger design (https://www.iqsdirectory.com/shell-and-tube-heat-exchangers) that consists of a spiral body made from two flat surfaces, typically metal strips, which are coiled to form two spiral channels. Commonly used for applications including digester heating, pasteurization, heat recovery, pre-heating and effluent cooling, spiral heat exchangers offer the benefit of increased floor space due to their relatively compact size.

A spiral heat exchanger may be in a helically configured pattern, or it may be two coiled flat panels creating a counter-flow. Typically used in the heating of liquids that contain solids, spiral heat exchangers tend to get dirty more quickly than other types of tube heat exchangers. However, spiral heat exchangers offer a single-flow path and rotary current that creates a self cleaning effect. The self cleaning effect initiates a low pressure drop and allows the spiral heat exchanger to easily dislodge blockages. This allows spiral heat exchangers to keep clean fairly easily, despite the particle-laden materials they heat, for example sludge or slurries. Spiral plate heat exchangers serve engineering and process industries as well as ethanol, alcohol, food processing, pharmaceutical, oil and gas, chemical, wastewater treatment and mining.

Inside of the tubular outer casing of the spiral heat exchanger, there are two long metal strips with welded-on spacer studs. The strips are rolled or coiled around a central core in order to form a spiral body that contains two evenly spaced single-passage channels. It is similar to the placing of plates in plate heat exchangers to increase the surface area. Next, the alternate sides of each of the channels are welded and two flat or conical gasket covers are bolted over the sides of the spiral body to complete the construction. The covers ensure that the fluids in the spiral heat exchanger will not mix. There are three main ways in which fluids will flow in a spiral heat exchanger. Countercurrent flow is when both fluids flow in opposing directions. Spiral heat exchangers with this type of flow are typically mounted vertically to condense vapor and mounted horizontally to handle high levels of solid particles. Spiral flow/cross flow is when one fluid is in spiral flow and the other fluid is in cross flow. This type of flow requires spiral heat exchangers to have spiral flow passages welded on each side. Distributed vapor/spiral flow is typically mounted vertically for the sub-cooling of condensate and non-condensable fluids. In this type of flow, the coolant moves in a spiral and discharges out of the top, while hot gases are discharged as a condensate out of the bottom.

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