Steam Coils

Steam coils are designed and manufactured for applications ranging from commercial to industrial. Their primary function is to heat the air when steam is available. 

Typically, these coils are built with thicker materials due to steam temperature/pressures, added chemicals, dissolved air in the steam and/or the high velocity of steam travelling through tube openings.  

In order to get the most out of the steam coil design, all condensate must be removed. This can be achieved through a pitched design and/or ensuring that the steam has sufficient velocity. Without removal, users can expect decreased thermal performance or experience water hammer-type effects or coil failure.  

Our steam coils are used in several industries, including food storage & processing, power generation, HVAC, and military

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Steam Coil

This 2-row steam coil features carbon steel tubes with aluminum fins and an enclosed header assembly. It's designed for vertical airflow with offset connections. 150# carbon steel flanges are factory installed. Trim rings are installed to reduce field sheet metal work.

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Bare Tube for Heavy Particulates

This 5-row bare tube steam coil uses Cupro-Nickel 90/10 and is designed without fins to accommodate an air stream with heavy particulates. This is common in food processing, pulp and paper, or textile mills.   

The coil is designed to accommodate thermal growth within the application. Additional features include stainless steel casings and 300# stainless steel flanges.  

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A two copper tube/copper fin coil features opposite end connections. This particular coil is used for maintaining temperature in a food application. Copper materials are used for corrosion resistance in lieu of a secondary coating.  

The supply connection is below the lowest circuit which supports the removal of condensate.  

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This 120" long standard steam coil features copper tubes, aluminum fins and carbon steel headers that operates in a high pressure steam application. The coil has opposite end connections using 150# carbon steel flanges.  It is pitched within the casing to support condensate drainage through the length of the coil.  

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This steam coil features copper-nickel tubes with corrugated aluminum fins and  galvanized steel headers

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Bare Tube for Heavy Particulates

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Features of Construction

  • Opposite or same end connections
  • Pitched casing for proper condensate removal
  • Enclosed header construction
  • Thin wall tubing for low steam pressures (5 - 15 psig) to heavier wall tube for higher pressure steam (150+ psig)

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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

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Construction Types

  • Plate and fin (aka tube and fin)
  • Spiral wrap (attached fin to tube)
    • L-Foot
    • Edge Tension
    • Embedded

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