Food Storage and Processing

Thought for food

At Super Radiator, we focus on making cleanable, corrosion-resistant coils for food processing and storage that stand up to the rigors of the industry. Whether it's keeping bananas at the right conditions for ripening or deep frying your favorite brand of potato chips, SRC works to keep food—and the people who eat it—safe. 

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Select Food Processing and Storage Applications

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Batch Ovens

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Fryers

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Linear Ovens

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Steam Cook Ovens

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High-temp Ovens

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Inline Continuous Processing Ovens

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Continuous Processing Ovens

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Meat Chillers

Select Coils for Food Processing and Storage

Stainless Steel Evaporator

This all-stainless steel evaporator coil is manufactured with 3/8 x 0.028 304 stainless steel tube and 0.01 stainless steel fin. The casing is also manufactured with 304 stainless steel.    

Swivel lifts were provided and removed by the customer after installation. Unique lifting bars were welded onto the casing specifically for the swivel lifts.     

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Stainless Steel Fluid Coil

This fluid coil was designed with 5/8 304 stainless steel tube and 0.0095 aluminum fins.  The casing is manufactured from 304 stainless steel with ANSI 150# stainless steel flanges.  

The design features a removable waterbox header construction, which allow users to easily clean inside the tubes.   

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Fluid Coil for Ammonia Application

The product featured is a 5/8" stainless steel tube, 0.0095" copper fin ammonia heat exchanger. It is an 8-row, double serpentine construction with 304 stainless steel casing.  

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Stainless Steel Evaporator Coil

The featured stainless steel evaporator coil features 316 stainless steel 1/2 tube 0.035" wall with 0.0095" aluminum fin. The stainless steel distributor has 36 circuits. 

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Stainless Steel Evaporator

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Stainless Steel Fluid Coil

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Fluid Coil for Ammonia Application

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Stainless Steel Evaporator Coil

Designed for the Industry's Demands

Cleanability

Cleanliness is critical when food is involved. As such, we design our coils for easy cleaning and contamination avoidance. Whether that means increased fin spacing, thicker fin material that can stand up to vigorous cleaning, or electropolished surfaces, we can engineer and build it. We also offer designs with clean-in-place (CIP) capabilities, so the component can be cleaned without needing to be removed from the system. 

 

Corrosion Resistance

Ironically, detergents used to clean food processing and storage coils can cause corrosion. We account for this a few ways, including the use of corrosion resistant materials like stainless steel. We also have hot dip galvanization capabilities, which establishes a corrosion resistant top layer on carbon steel.

 

 

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See What Makes Us Super

Fin Material

Your Choice of Materials

In the food processing and storage industry, we know material selection can be a crucial decision, so we offer one of the industry's most extensive material portfolios, including:

  • Stainless steel (304, 316)
  • AL-6XN
  • Aluminum (up to .032" thick)
  • Copper (fins only)

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Industry-specific Design Options

Some food processing applications can benefit from certain design features, and we can make them, including:

  • Elliptical tubes for fryers
  • Spot and seam welded plates for fryer coils 
  • Bare tube coils
  • Designs to account for thermal expansion and contraction

Refrigerants

Refrigerant Options for Cold Applications

We make food processing and storage products designed for propylene glycol, Freon, and ammonia systems (recirculated, gravity, DX) and all our ammonia coils are built to International Institute of Ammonia Refrigeration (IIAR) standards. 

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