Tube Bundle Heat Exchanger

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Tinita Engineering Private Limited is a leading manufacturer and supplier of Tube Bundle Heat Exchangers. Our expertly designed heat exchangers are built to provide superior thermal efficiency and durability. We cater to a wide range of industries, ensuring optimal performance and reliability in all our products. Our commitment to quality and innovation positions us as a trusted partner in the heat exchanger market.

A Tube Bundle Heat Exchanges is a necessary device that transfers heat between two fluids in various industrial processes. It comprises multiple tubes arranged as bundles within a shell. These tubes help the hot and cold fluids move, facilitating thermal energy transfer from one fluid to another. Tube Bundle Heat Exchanges are used in power generation, chemical processing, HVAC systems, and petroleum refining, among other sectors.

Construction and Design

  1. Shell: The outer shell accommodates the tube bundle and contains the fluid that needs to be heated or cooled. Depending on different applications and operation conditions, it is normally cylindrical and made of carbon steel, stainless steel, or non-ferrous alloys.
  2. Tube Bundle: Tube bundles refer to many pipes placed parallel to each other inside the shell. Depending on design preference, these can be straight tubes or U-shaped ones. Common materials used for their manufacture include copper, stainless steel, or titanium, which have high thermal conductivity to enhance effective heat transfer.
  3. Tube Sheets: Tube sheets are fitted at both ends of a tube bundle, supporting and sealing off these tubes from each other and the surrounding environment. They are usually constructed using similar materials to shells and tubes but designed strong enough to resist the pressure exerted by fluids flowing through them within the heat exchanger.

Operating Principle:
For a tube bundle heat exchanger to operate, there must be two flows: one hot and one cold, passing through the shell and tube sides, respectively. Heat gets exchanged from one fluid into another via the wall separating these streams. This happens because they have a temperature difference besides the conduction properties of tube materials.

Tube-Side Flow
When entering into an exchanger, the colder liquid goes through inner channels while absorbing some amount of heat from its surroundings, which is occupied by hotter liquid moving outside across the surface area near walls created due to bundles’ presence here; such configuration allows maximum contact time so efficiency is enhanced velocity should be controlled carefully along with other factors that influence flow rate within tubes facilitate better heat transfer.

Shell-Side Flow
The hot liquid, usually at higher temperatures than the cold one, enters space around the tube bundle within the shell, passing heat to cooler liquids through pipes internally. To accelerate this process, baffles, together with other internals, are placed within shells to induce turbulence, increasing convection rates. This promotes mixing fluids, thereby improving the heat transfer rates.

 

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Benefits of Tube Bundle Heat Exchanges:

  1. Efficiency: They are efficient in heat conduction because they have high coefficients for transferring heat.
  2. Compactness: Compared with other types of heat exchangers, tube bundle ones take up comparatively little space; hence, they are suitable for use in areas with limited space.
  3. Flexibility: These devices can work under different pressures and temperatures, making them widely applicable across many branches of industry.
  4. Simple service: This equipment's modular design makes it easy to clean or replace individual tubes when necessary, minimizing downtime and increasing efficiency during operation.

Application of Tube Bundle Heat Exchanges:

Tube bundle heat exchangers find widespread use in industries such as:

  1. Chemical Processing: For heating or cooling process streams in chemical reactors and distillation columns.
  2. Oil and Gas: In refineries for crude oil distillation, product cooling, and condensation of hydrocarbons.
  3. Power Generation: In steam turbines and power plants for heat recovery and steam generation.
  4. HVAC Systems: For heating and cooling of air in commercial and residential buildings.

 

Exports

Tinita Engineering (P) Ltd. exports Valves with ASME 'U' stamp to SAUDI ARABIA, UAE, KUWAIT, QATAR, OMAN, IRAN, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, UNITED KINGDOM, AUSTRALIA, SOUTH AFRICA, MEXICO, TURKEY, FRANCE, EUROPEAN UNION, NEW ZEALAND, BAHRAIN, OMAN, YEMEN, LEBANON, SPAIN, INDONESIA, MALASIA, LEBANON, IRAQ, IRAN, EGYPT, MADAGASKAR, SRI LANKA, DENMARK, POLAND, ITALY, BRAZIL, SINGAPORE AND NETHERLANDS.

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