Alloy Engineering thermally and mechanically designs custom ASME heat exchangers. These include Air Cooled & Finned Tube Heat Exchangers, Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers, Recuperators and Economizers.
We are members of HTRI and utilize HTRI thermal design software, and CodeCalc for mechanical design to ASME Code with S, U and R Stamps.
Alloy Engineering carries Certificates of Authorization for pressure vessels and heat exchanger fabrication to ASME Code Section I and Section VIII, Div. 1; B31.1 and B31.3 Process & Pressure Piping; and API 660/661 General Refinery specifications. We design and fabricate pressure vessels in a wide range of materials for a wide range of industry applications.
Working closely with our customers, the focus of our engineering is to custom design a solution for each application. Our distinct expertise is in the design of high-temperature vessels fabricated from high-nickel and exotic alloys. Our designs are frequently found in high-temperature applications operating at over 1,000°F, while our components and assemblies for nitric acid processes operate at over 1,600°F.
High-Temperature, High-Alloy Finned Tube Heat Exchangers
In 2013, Alloy Engineering expanded our product capabilities to include nickel (BN6) brazed finned tube heat exchangers that can be customized and built to specification. Unlike a welded fin, nickel brazed finned tubing creates a solid attachment to the tube, preventing breakage and corrosion down the road. A variety of nickel-brazed fin and tube material combinations are available.
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