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Clay Tyler

Clay Tyler
Clay Tyler is a Sales Application Engineer for Super Radiator Coils based in our Phoenix division. He's been with SRC for eight years and specializes in economizers, solvent recovery, formed coils, and more.

Recent Posts

Engineering Best Practices When Designing Coils for Mixed Gas Streams

Posted by Clay Tyler on Jul 20, 2022 9:16:13 AM

At Super Radiator, some of our favorite projects are those that have a positive impact on the world around us. Take applications like economizers or waste heat recovery, for example. Coils designed for such purposes perform functions like harnessing otherwise wasted heat to reduce fuel costs or power other functions like heating water.

But, with some of these sorts of applications come some unique challenges. Since these applications often involve combustion – the fuel for which can take a variety of forms – accurately modeling the heat transfer properties of the resulting gas mixture (known as flue gas) requires extra care.

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Application Spotlight: Solvent Recovery and Battery Liners

Posted by Clay Tyler on Jun 30, 2021 8:11:34 AM

Every so often, we like to take a detailed look at the applications for which our products are used. This installment will focus on solvent recovery applications during the production of battery products. In this post we’ll answer the questions:

  • What is solvent recovery?
  • How is solvent recovery used in battery liner production?
  • What role does heat transfer play in the process?

This is the second of a series of articles about battery power and its adjacent industries and processes. Check out the first post in the series - “Battery Storage Facility Cooling System Design.

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Topics: Coils, Efficiency, Expertise