• Gasketed Plate & Frame Heat Exchanger

    .High Efficiency Heat Transfer  Performance
    .Reduced Fouling
    .Compact Size
    .Lower Cost
    .Easy to Clean and Inspect

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  • Shell & Tube Type Heat Exchanger

    . Less expensive as compared to Plate type coolers
    . Can be used in systems with higher operating temperatures and pressures
    . Pressure drop across a tube cooler is less

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  • Finned Tube Type Heat Exchanger

    . High-performance finned tube due to Fin to Tube Bonding
    . Resists high loads, both thermally and mechanically
    . Extremely dimensionally stable
    . Hardly any maintenance is required – maximum reliability

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  • Engine Testbed Charge Air Water Cooler

    . Reduced Fuel Consumption
    . Faster Engine Response
    . Lower Pressure Drop on Charge Air
    . More Compact Installation
    . More Stable Charge Air temperature
    . Maintenance Ease

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  • Lube Oil Cooler

    . Optional Nozzle Location
    . Removal of Bonnet without disturbing the Piping
    . No need to Empty the Shell Side for Inspection or Cleaning
    . Viton "0" Ring with its Special Retainer Ring makes inspection and cleaning of Tubes
    . Very easy, External Surfaces Sand Blasted And Enamel/Epoxy Painted

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  • Ammonia Condensor

    . Robust construction
    . Dimensional Accuracy
    . Corrosion Resistant
    . High performance

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  • ATE manufactures

    . Plate-and-bar type radiators
    . Welded tubes type radiators
    . Shell type radiators and
    . manifold type radiators

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SHELL AND TUBE HEAT EXCHANGER

MODEL: ATE02-STHX

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 
 


ABLETECH ENGINEERING offers shell and tube exchangers starting at 2" IPS in all TEMA types. We design and fabricate to ASME code and TEMA standards. Our shell and tube line utilizes bare tube (straight and u-tubes), helical low-fin outside, longitudinal fins (inside & outside are available). These exchangers are suitable for a variety of applications and are offered in fixed tube sheets or removable bundles. The surface area ranges from (1) square foot to 40,000 square feet. Pressure range is from full vacuum to over 14,000 PSI (limited by size, material and design condition).


Standard Shell and Tube:

 

Heating and Cooling fluids, water, lube oil, condensing steam, auxiliary machinery, engines, turbines, compressors, lasers, salt or brackish water, jacket water, chemicals, corrosive fluids, and refining.

Pre-Engineered

Fixed Tubesheet

316 Stainless Steel

Carbon Steel

Copper

90/10 CuNi

1, 2, and 4 Pass

 

U-Tube:

 

Typically for heavy duty applications, including high pressure and temperatures, steam, condensate cooling, boiler feedwater preheating, cooling tower trim cooling, glycol cooling, oil cooling.

Pre-Engineered

Removable Tubesheet

Double Tubesheet

316 Stainless Steel

Carbon Steel

Brass

Cast Iron

1 and 2 Pass

ASME Code

 

Fixed Tubesheet:

 

Fixed tube designs are typically used for heating or cooling oil, process chemicals other fluids including water.


Steel

Double Tubesheet

316 Stainless Steel

Carbon Steel

Other Alloys

 



Suction Heater:

 

Suction heaters are used to heat high viscosity fluids, large storage tanks to pumping temperature. With a single open end, fluids flow through and are heated by a heat transfer medium (eg hot steam, oil or other fluid) and then exists the suction heater outside of the tank.

Custom Designed

316 Stainless Steel

Carbon Steel

Copper

90/10 CuNi

ASME Code

Stainless Steel:

 

Sanitary & Industrial stainless steel shell and tube heat exchangers.



Custom Designed

Double Tubesheet

316 Stainless Steel

304 Stainless Steel

3-A Sanitary

Pharmaceutical / Hygienic

Industrial (non sanitary)

Bundle Replacement and Parts:

 

Replacement parts including:




Removable Tube Bundle

Gaskets

Bonnets / End Channels

Mounting Brackets

 

 










 

 

 

 


 



 

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