HP Series heat exchangers heat and cool pressurized gas streams at pressures up to 100 PSIG. Use our interactive online form to get a fast and accurate quote!
Aftercooling, dehumidifying, and heating air delivered from compressors used in pneumatic conveying, air separation and charge-air systems.
Heat exchanger cores are removable from the front of the housing without requiring disassembly of the gas line. The housing is designed based on the ASME Section VIII, Div. 1 pressure vessel code. A code stamp is available as an option.
The fins are rectangular plates with a matrix of die-extruded tube collars. A sheet metal casing provides rigidity to the fin-tube assembly prior to tube expansion. After assembly, the tubes are expanded into the fin collars. This allows for a gap-free connection maximizing heat exchanger performance and structural integrity.
The fluid circuit consists of several parallel tube circuits, which are joined at inlet and outlet headers. The circuits are designed to work “down hill” to prevent trapping. To ensure complete drainage, optional intermediate drain headers are available. Attached to the 180º return bends, the drain headers provide positive water drainage and protection from freeze-up.
Xchanger engineers use a computer model to analyze heat exchanger performance based on the best available engineering practice. A specifically designed program calculates housing material thickness based on the ASME code.
HP-20, HP-24, HP-36, HP-40, HP-42, HP-48, HP-50, HP-54, HP-60, HP-66, HP-72 & HP-80.
Can be see on our Custom Designs page.
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