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Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers
CHEVON Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers can be customised to meet customer requirements. They are available in a wide range of design variations, special materials and features to meet virtually any heat transfer requirements.

The heat exchangers materials are carefully selected to suit the medium flowing in them. The tubes are available in steel, copper, brass, stainless steel, aluminium brass or copper nickel. The shells are available in steel, stainless steel, aluminium and bronze. CHEVON, for more than a decade, offers standard and custom built shell and tubes heat exchangers for the power generation, petrol chemical, marine and manufacturing industry. The heat exchangers are designed according to the required specification like TEMA, ASME or Chevon’s proprietary designs.

CHEVON Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers can be customised to meet customer requirements. They are available in a wide range of design variations, special materials and features to meet virtually any heat transfer requirements.
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    CHEVON Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers can be customised to meet customer requirements. They are available in a wide range of design variations, special materials and features to meet virtually any heat transfer requirement. With the customers' application needs in mind, the CHEVON design team is able to design appropriately, as well as suggest... Read More
    Heat Exchanger – Shell & Tubes

    CHEVON Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers can be customised to meet customer requirements. They are available in a wide range of design variations, special materials and features to meet virtually any heat transfer requirement. With the customers' application needs in mind, the CHEVON design team is able to design appropriately, as well as suggest accordingly to address any foreseen limitations or possible application challenges.

    Where the application is sited in a salt-laden environment, such as seawater usage , additional steps should be considered to keep corrosion at bay. There are three main methods for controlling the tendency of metals to corrode in seawater:
    - Glass flake coating at end bonnets.
    - Cathodic protection by coupling to a sacrificial zinc anode,
    - Use a more corrosion resistant metal, such as stainless steel, titanium, naval bronze, copper nickel and aluminium brass,

    Typical construction materials are as follows:
    - Shell and end bonnets: Carbon Steel or Stainless Steel.
    - Tube sheets: Carbon Steel or Stainless Steel or Naval Brass.
    - Tubes: Aluminium Brass.Stainless Steel or Copper Nickels.

    By incorporating virtually any type of design concept to meet our customers’ needs, the CHEVON design team is most able, ready and willing to engage in active discussions with customers to ensure that the best solution is provided.

    Heat Exchanger – Shell & Tubes
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    EXAMPLE: Select a suitable shell and tube heat exchanger based on engine 6BT5.9-G12 (1500rpm) using sea water Read More
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