Cooling applications are most commonly used in chilled fluid systems for comfort conditioning of a forced air stream and in process systems for dehumidification processes. A large variety of drainable circuiting options makes this a good choice for most general heat transfer applications. For use with water, glycols, brines, thermal oils or ammonia.
TWO COILS IN ONE. A combination cooling/reheat coil in one common case that will both dehumidify the air and reheat that same air to the desired leaving air temperature and humidity level in low comfort cooling applications such as hospitals, clean rooms, and science or research laboratories. A single supply and return connection is used thus saving end users and installing contractors? significant equipment, piping and labor costs. One coil is required thus saving the end user the cost of purchasing a second coil. Also, potential reduction in APD.WPD = Reduced Hp=Energy Savings = Bottom Line Dollar Savings.
|FLUID COIL CONSTRUCTION|
|Tubing||3/8″ or 1/2″ O.D. Copper, 5/8″ O.D. Copper, Cupronickel, Stainless Steel, Carbon Steel or Admiralty Brass|
|Circuiting||Quarter, Half, Three Quarter, Single, One and one half, Double, Triple or Custom|
|Rows||Quarter, Half, Three Quarter, Single, One and one half, Double, Triple or Custom|
|Fin Surface||Sine Wave (corrugated), New Ripple (peak and valley) or Flat|
|Casing||Galvanized Steel, Stainless Steel, Carbon Steel, Copper or Aluminum|
|Connections||Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, Red Brass, or Copper Sweat (MPT, FPT, Victaulic, Grooved or Welded)|
|Vents & Drains||Standard on all coils.|
Hot Water Coils
Heating applications are most commonly used in hot fluid systems for comfort conditioning of a forced air stream and in process systems for drying processes. The collector header design with internal baffles provides circuiting flexibility while eliminating the need for return bends, while the splayed header design uses return bends for circuiting in lieu of a collection header. The term “splayed” means that the coil headers are offset outward from the coil tubes. The splayed header coil always has same end connections.
Cleanable Fluid Coils
Cleanable applications are commonly used where mechanical cleaning of the coil tubes is required. One and two row coils are furnished with removable brass threaded plugs on either or both ends. Multi-row coils utilize a removable steel head plate in lieu of coil headers. This plate contains baffles to provide coil circuitry and is removable for easy access to coil tubes. Cleanable options include cleanable from the supply connection end, cleanable from the end opposite the supply connection, or cleanable from both ends.
Our High-Pressure Cleanable Coils are specifically designed for high-pressure fluid applications up to 300 psig operating pressure. They have removable heads on both ends to allow for cleaning the internal tube, without clogging the ends of the coil.
- For high-pressure fluid applications up to 300 psig operating pressure
- Removable heads on both ends allow for internal tube cleaning without clogging the ends of the coil
- Tube materials: using a combination of copper, cupro-nickel, stainless steel or carbon steel tubes
- Fin material made of stainless steel, carbon steel, copper or aluminum