Emergent Coils' heat exchangers and tube bundles are fabricated to meet client specifications.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) May 14, 2015
Emergent Coils now offers tube bundles and heat exchangers for a variety of industries and applications, including aerospace, compressor cooling, food and beverage, healthcare, HVAC, industrial, marine applications, metals and mining, oil and gas, petrochemical (processing and refining), pharmaceuticals, power generation, pulp and paper, and refrigeration.
The heat exchangers help customers solve difficult fluid flow, heat transfer, and corrosion problems with sophisticated material selection and creative fabrication designs. U-Tube heat exchangers are fabricated in accordance with ASME Section VIII, Division I, and TEMA Class C.
A variety of top quality custom and replacement U-Bend and Straight Tube Bundles (fixed tubesheet or floating tubesheet) are also available. Blank drawings of tube bundles can be downloaded to record tube bundles specs for the following configurations: U-Tube Bundle (in shell); U-Tube Bundle (in tank); U-Tube Bundle (out of shell/use); and Straight Tube Bundle.
“Our heat exchangers and tube bundles are fabricated to meet client specifications. We also provide high quality replacements for many top brands,” said Tommy Thompson, vice president of sales for Emergent Coils.
Tube bundles and heat exchangers can be manufactured using a variety of alloys, such as carbon steel, copper, cupro-nickel, and stainless steel. Standard tube bundles typically ship 2-3 weeks after receipt of purchase order and data approval. Standard heat exchangers usually ship 5-6 weeks after receipt of purchase order and final drawing approval. Rush shipments may be available for new tube bundles, heat exchangers and retube / repair orders.
About Emergent Coils
Emergent Coils offers new and replacement coils for HVAC systems located in office buildings, schools, hospitals, manufacturing plants, and other commercial buildings. The company provides contractors, building owners, facilities managers and building maintenance departments with high quality hot water coils, chilled water coils, steam coils, steam distributing coils, condenser coils, evaporator coils and booster coils. For more information, visit http://www.EmergentCoils.com.