January 9, 1982 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News

New Bulletin Describes Heat Exchanger Designs — Free Copies Offered

A newly revised 12-page bulletin has been published by the American Standard Heat Transfer Division, Buffalo, N.Y. It includes complete descriptive information for five basic shell-andtube heat exchanger designs for chemical processing or general industrial use.

The designs are primarily of steel for general applications such as engine and compressor cooling, for cooling brine, turbine or seal oil, or hydraulic fluids. The designs are available in corrosionresistant 304 or 316 stainless steel. All models can be built to conform to ASME Code, Tema B and C, and ANSI B78.

The bulletin contains specifications for straight-tube and U-tube units with fixed tubesheets or removable bundles, with outline dimensions, design pressures and temperatures, and descriptions of materials and other options.

For a free copy of the bulletin, Write 46 on Reader Service Card

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