• 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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HEAT EXCHANGER TUBE BUNDLES & U-TUBE BUNDLES




MODEL : ATE12-HXTB / ATE12-HXUTB

ATE produces these tube bundles to TEMA Standards, so you do not compromise safety and quality for less cost and lead time. We guarantee our tube bundles will perform as well as or better than your original bundles. Our tube bundles are dimensionally interchangeable, cost-effective, and reliable.Tube bundles are pressure tested at 225 psi. each tube is independently reviewed for structural soundness as well as the tube sheet joint for each tube.


Tubes can be plain, low-finned (internal and/or external) or high-finned (integral or applied fin) with many methods for tubeside/shellside enhancement available.

Tube to tubeplate/tubesheet jointing methods include roller-expansion (with or without expansion grooves) and/or welding in addition to secondary seals such as grommets, o-rings, hydroscopic and compression seals.




 


     


 

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