|Heat Exchangers, Bayonet Heaters, and Suction Heaters from American Heating Company
Heat Exchangers - As many of our customers asked American Heating Company to offer a complete heating package for their plants, we were able by adding Heat Exchangers to our ever increasing product line of heating products.
Shell and Tube Exchanger
Bayonet Heat Exchangers
Suction Heat Exchanger
American Heating Company now produces a full line of Heat Exchangers to complement our Heaters and Tank Heating Coils. Some of the many types of Heat Exchangers offered by American Heating Company include:
All of our Heat Exchangers are custom designed to fit your exact application. Many of our customers appreciate the fact that we can take full responsibility for the heating side of their plant by offering this full line of heating products. Please consider American Heating Company for your Heat Exchanger requirements and we are certain that you will be pleased with results.
- Hot Oil to Asphalt Exchangers
- Steam to Asphalt Exchangers
- Hot Oil to No.6 Oil Exchangers
- Steam to No. 6 Oil Exchangers
- Hot Oil to No.2 Oil Exchangers
- Steam to No. 2 Oil Exchangers
- Hot Oil to Steam Generators
Bayonet Heaters - This type of heater consists of a custom designed tube bundle that is provided with a mounting flange that is bolted to the side of the tank. The coil is completely open to the fluid in the tank and, unlike a Suction Heater, the Bayonet Heater is designed to heat the entire tank.
Suction Heaters - This type of heater consists of a custom designed tube bundle mounted inside a shell. The shell is open at one end and closed at the other end. Fluid flows through the open end and is heated by a heat transfer medium-hot oil, steam or other fluid, and exits the suction heater outside of the tank. A mounting flange is supplied on the suction heater that is designed to bolt onto the manway flange in the tank. All American Heating Company suction heaters are built to ASME code and are code stamped.
The Suction Heater heats only the liquid being pumped through it instead of heating an entire storage tank of products.
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