Recuperator Tube Bundles

Recuperator Tube Bundles Recuperator Tube Bundles

Recuperator Tube Bundles
When you’re looking for greater efficiencies in your thermal applications, you want to be sure you’re maximizing the use of waste heat from your exhaust gases. Alloy Engineering recuperator tubes improve process efficiency.  Our heat exchangers, which work well in several applications, including power generation, will make your furnaces run more efficiently for significant energy savings.

Engineering Advantage
Our ASME and AWS-certified engineers know how to maximize service life and reduce energy costs through innovative design and insightful alloy-material application. Like our radiant tubes, Alloy Engineering’s new and refurbished tubes benefit from our specialized fabrication equipment. For our customers, that means reduced welding and fewer potential failure points.

Design Flexibility
Alloy Engineering fabricates tubes in any configuration and wall thickness and supports all furnace OEM tube designs. For your convenience, we can repair and or replace return bends, flanges, bungs and straight components onsite. 

Products include:

  • Tubular heat exchanges
  • Flue types
  • U-tube heat exchangers
  • U-joint replacement
  • Convection heat exchangers


  • Thin walls, light weight
  • Tubes resist sagging and cracking
  • High thermal efficiency
  • Wall thickness: 1/8” –1/4” 
  • Return bends assure uniform metal section, consistent heat transfer

To learn more about recuperator tube bundles from Alloy Engineering, simply fill out the form on this page and a member of our team will be in touch. Or, you may call us at 440.243.6800.

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