Pollution comes in two primary forms—thermal and emissions. The thermal variety pertains to the heat that is transferred into a process or fluid stream. The other type—emissions—relate to the reduction or mitigation of VOCs (volatile organic compounds), other solvent based fluids, and inorganic compounds.
Heat exchangers designed for controlling pollution are found in numerous industries such as pulp and paper, wastewater, power generation, and chemical processing. For each application, Super Radiator engineers work with the customer to understand the correct mass flow and how the components interact throughout the operating range.
If required, housings can be designed and built to support the heat exchanger and the application.
This product uses 5/8 x 0.049 304 stainless steel bare tube and is a triple serpentine circuiting pattern that integrates two 30 row coils in series within the same housing. Stainless materials of construction were used as the unit is exposed to 700F exhaust stream during which SiO2 is precipitated out.
The unit is inline tube pattern for cleanability. It has a stainless air tight stainless steel housing and the coils are removable from the housing.
The heat exchanger is certified under ASME VIII, Division 1 Code as well as CE Category 1.
This 24 row heat exchanger is designed with bare 1.0" carbon steel pipe with 0.134" wall. Structural steel was used to support the unit as well as mate to the customer unit. Units were certified to ASME Section VIII, Division 1 Code.
Portions of the unit were painted with Gray CarboZinc for added durability.
The plume abatement coils from Super Radiator Coils are made with 7/8 304L stainless steel x 0.049 wall tube, fin material is aluminum with 0.016 thickness and headers are 5" 304L stainless steel.
The housing and braces are constructed with 10 ga galvanized material.
With deep experience in heat transfer thermal modeling, Super Radiator connects the best of our internally developed software with external programs trusted by the industry.
SRC uses Solidworks programs for thermal modeling and validates theory and expected performance with our in-house wind tunnel. This data informs our designs and engineering, allowing us to give more accurate performance predictions and a better product overall.
Super Radiator Coils' welders and brazers are certified under ASME Section IX code, and all welding and brazing programs are directed by Certified Weld Inspectors (CWI's).
In addition to our team, we have in-house pickling and passivation capabilities so that the corrosion-resistant benefits of stainless steel products won't be lost after welding.
A wide range of materials are used to construct fluidized bed dryers and coolers. Common and uncommon materials include: