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The specific form that coil heat exchangers take is the shape of a coil. Wound around an invisible core, the long thin heat exchanging tube is piled on top of itself in a snake-like fashion. Read More…

Coil Heat Exchangers Following the same major principle of the heat exchanger family, coil heat exchangers warm up or cool down liquid, gas or vapor with other liquids, gases or vapors that do not actually come in physical contact with the substance being cooled or warmed. The body or structure of the heat exchanger keeps the two substances from contaminating one another.
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Medford, WI  |  715-748-5888

Enerquip is your trusted shell and tube heat exchanger partner. Our in-house, thermal design engineers and ASME welders and fabricators can design and build custom engineered solutions for your company’s specific needs. Our experience and expertise have earned us a preferred supplier status with leading companies in the pharmaceutical, food and beverage, cannabis, personal care, chemical, refining, and renewable energy markets. When you need a solution that is guaranteed to work, trust the helpful heat exchanger experts at Enerquip.

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Decatur, IL  |  217-422-2770

Mason Manufacturing is a custom fabricator of shell and tube heat exchangers, ASME pressure vessels, columns, and tanks. Located in Decatur, Illinois, Mason has over 60 years of experience providing customers with custom fabricated vessels that conform to customer specifications, applicable codes, accepted industry standards and that are consistently shipped on time with competitive pricing. It’s our promise.

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Canton, SD  |  605-764-2347

Adams Thermal Systems is a leading manufacturer of heat exchangers. Our heat exchanger products are efficient, cost-effective, and exceed the industry requirements. All products are made in our state-of-the-art facilities with our expert employees. The Adams Thermal Systems team works closely with each customer throughout the process to ensure their needs are met.

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Adams Thermal Systems, Inc. $$$

Bear, DE  |  302-834-9500

Elanco, Inc. has been a recognized heat exchanger manufacturer industry since 1978. Our extinguish small company works hard to design and manufacture superior heat exchangers that meet our customer's specific needs. Every product we manufacture meets our quality control standards to create the highest standard heat exchangers.

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Elanco, Inc. $$$

Milwaukee, WI  |  800-488-0230

Anguil designs, manufactures, installs and services heat and energy recovery systems for industrial applications and manufacturing operations. By utilizing waste heat from energy consuming processes, Anguil heat exchanger technologies reduce a company’s operating costs, lower their carbon footprint and lessen their energy consumption. Our track record includes the ability to blend time-tested, standard products with innovative, custom engineered solutions.

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Anguil Environmental Systems, Inc. $$$
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Usually metallic material is used to create these coil heat exchangers because it is more conductive than plastics or rubbers. Common metals that serve as heat exchangers include copper, titanium, steel, nickel and aluminum, as well as a variety of other metallic alloys.

Besides its conductivity, certain metals are also chosen based on how they may be altered to improve the efficiency of the heating system. For example, titanium may be developed in a corrugated style, a jagged texture that positively affects the heat exchanger system for water and vapor applications. On the other hand, a smooth surface cooper coil would be a better match for oil coolers. Stains and coatings may also be applied to the metallic surface to improve the longevity and efficiency of coil heat exchangers.

A common coil design involves one end of the pipe feeding the main body of the coil while the other end goes through the center of the coil heat exchanger when the appropriate coil size has been reached. It then joins the first end of the pipe in connecting to a heat exchanger pump that circulates the heating or cooling substance through the coiled tube. This system is efficient and effective because of the constant circulation within a confined space as well as being a system whose every detail has been planned to improve the heating or cooling process.

Many industrial, commercial and residential applications depend on heat exchangers to run vital machines and systems. Air conditioning and central heating systems as well as chemical processing, power generation and vehicle operation all require some form of heat exchanger. The coil forms are particularly useful in heat pumps, compressors, oil coolers, sump coolers and any application involving gas or vapor condensation.

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