Fluid Coils

Super Radiator Coils manufactures a broad range of water or fluid coils for numerous applications. Fluid coils can be small, <10" in length, or large, 30'+ and there is nearly infinite potential configurations between these two sizes.  

Fluid coils function in cooling or heating applications using water, brine, glycol, thermal oil, or compressed gas as the fluid media setting the standard for cost effective heat transfer.

Our fluid coils are used in several industries, including military, power generation, gas compression, HVAC, data center & electronics cooling, ground support, and food storage & processing.

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Fluid Coil with Offset Headers

The fluid coil pictured is manufactured with copper tube, aluminum fins and stainless steel headers. The copper tube to stainless steel headers joints were brazed with non-standard braze materials and are offset to match the piping of the existing unit.  

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Fluid Water Split Core

This split core copper tube aluminum fin coil is ideal for any applications with space restrictions. The coil splits in half and then is reconnected once at the installation. This type of unit is common in high rise building or marine/ship applications.    

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Fluid Coil with Wraparound Header Construction

This fluid coil was designed to use 30% polypropylene glycol. The unique header construction maximizes cooling while mating to the existing pipe connections. Its thermal performance was modeled using SRC's Enterprise program. The balance of the coil was manufactured with copper tubes, aluminum fins and galvanized sheet metal.  

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Fluid Coil with Sealed End plates

This fluid coil was designed with copper tube, aluminum fin, and copper headers. The headers are outfitted with vents and drains which help remove air during installation and maintenance.  Additionally, this coil has sealed end plates to prevent leakage of both condensate and air.

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Fluid Coil Small Tube Construction

The design of this unit features 5mm copper tube in a 16-row configuration. The small tubes were chosen to maximize heat rejection in a small amount of space. The heat rejected from this unit was balanced with down stream products with the support of SRC engineering. We were also able to design the coil with the inlet and outlet on the same side despite significant space constraints. The design includes jumpers, which bring the supply header to the other side of the coil, allowing connections to be on the same side while still achieving the necessary counter-flow configuration.

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Fluid Coil with Offset Headers

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Fluid Water Split Core

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Fluid Coil with Wraparound Header Construction

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Fluid Coil with Sealed End plates

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Fluid Coil Small Tube Construction

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Construction Options

  • Cleanable return bends 
  • Bare tube for contaminated environments
  • Pitched
  • Integrated drain pans
  • Split core
  • Removable water box
  • Removable headers

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Materials for Construction

  • Aluminum fin
  • Carbon steel tube and fin
  • Copper tube and fin
  • Cupro-nickle 90/10 tube and fin
  • 304/316 stainless steel tube and fin
  • Ball, Spring, Twisted Tape and Matrix Turbulators

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Engineering Capability

We typically think of fluid that is transported through the tubes as water, ethylene glycol, propylene glycol or thermal oil such as Dowtherm. However, fluid coils are also used for gases such as air, nitrogen or methane. 

In either case, Super Radiator Coil engineers are ready and armed with experience, knowledge and resources. And, the Enterprise program is a powerful program that enables you to design your own heat exchanger.

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