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  • Tubular

    Exothermics’ TBR Tubular Heat Exchangers effectively reclaim heat from catalytic incinerators, furnaces, thermal oxidizers and many other high temperature process and environmental applications. They help lower energy costs by easily and effectively controlling process air temperatures and deliver a fast return on investment.

    No other company manufactures a more effective tubular heat exchanger than Exothermics. Our units are installed in hundreds of sites around the world, and we are quickly becoming the preferred choice for high temperature heat recovery equipment. Our Tubular Heat Exchangers are accepted and endorsed worldwide because they simply perform better.

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    • Tubular
    • 304, 316, and 309 stainless steel construction for applications up to 1600°F (870°C).
    • 1 inch (25 mm), 1.5 inch (38 mm) and 2 inch (50 mm) diameter tubes with staggered and inline tube patterns.
    • Robust, all welded construction by AWS qualified welders.
    • 4 customizable flow configurations.
    • Available without insulation or with optional internal or external high temperature fiber insulation.

     

    Description: Cross flow and multiple pass designs
    Model Types: Tubular
    Max. Operating Temp.: 1600°F / 870°C
    Volume Range: 300 to 150,000 (ACFM) / 510 to 254,850 (Am3/hr)
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