Heat Exchanger Request Form - Fluorotherm™

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Immersion Heat Exchanger
  2. Information Note: Heat exchanger size is calculated based on heat up or cool down time and maintain temperature
  5. TANK DIMENSIONS (Rectangular or cylindrical)
  6. Rectangular Tanks (please specify units):
  7. Cylindrical Tanks (if tank standing on base):
  8. Cylindrical Tanks (if tank is horizontal):
  9. Is Tank Insulated?
  10. Does the tank have a "lip" or "flange" along its sides?
  11. (if not insulated enter NO)
  12. Does the tank have a Cover?
  13. Manhole:
  14. Agitation:
  15. Ventilation:
  16. Deposits/Sludge:
  17. Are there wind drafts around tank?
  18. Is the tank located inside a building?

  20. Preferred Orientation
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  22. (indicate primary chemical component) - If this information is not entered, you must indicate pH and organic or inorganic and the specific heat, specific gravity or density below.
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  27. - if important for your process, otherwise enter N/A Please note that size and cost of heat exchanger is sensitive to heat up time. Faster heat up time requires increased heat exchanger size and cost and this may be significantly higher than that required to maintain operating temperature. This is especially true for large tanks, high operating temperatures and low pressure steam (less than 15 psig) and low temperature hot water boilers. We recommend sizing the heat exchanger based on the longest heat up time that your process will allow.

  29. Is this tank a process tank?
  30. (if the answer is NO go to next section below "OTHER TANK")
  31. If the Answer to the Above is YES, What Material is Being Processed?
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  39. All questions in this section must be answered if the answer to the first question below is YES.
  40. Is this tank a recirculating tank?
  41. (note recirculating tank is also referred to storage tank, holding tank etc.)
  42. Do you know the heat load? 
  43. – the heat load is the amount of heat that must be added (by heating) or removed (by cooling) by the heat exchanger in this tank.
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  47. Describe the flow in and out of this tank in the "Other Information" block at the end of this questionnaire. If the flow is on a batch or intermittent basis, indicate the flows and time and frequency of the batch flow.

    The method of recirculation varies widely. Examples of this may be gravity flow into tank and pumped flow return into material processing tank (pickle tank for example) or the reverse of this flow arrangement. There are numerous variations depending upon the position, location and size of recirculating tank. For example one larger tank may serve one or more material processing tanks.


  49. What is the heating medium?
  50. Steam Heating:

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  53. Steam pressure noted here must be available at or near the tank. If a steam regulator is used please indicate here:
  54. If you have entered steam boiler pressure above and the pressure is 15 psig or below please indicate the approximate distance of boiler from your tank and whether the steam supply line is insulated in the "Other Information" block below.
  55. Hot Water Heating:

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  58. (if known, please specify units, otherwise enter N/A)
  59. If your heating method is other than by steam or hot water, please indicate accordingly in the "Other Information" block below and enter the appropriate data under this Hot Water Heating section.


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  64. (if known, please specify units, otherwise enter N/A)
  65. Examples of restrictions may be support structures, air sparge lines, any piping that would restrict the location of the heat exchanger. If you have a maximum space allocated for the heat exchanger please indicate the dimensions of this space. Normally the heat exchanger is mounted directly against a wall and occasionally the thickness of the heat exchanger (i.e., width of space) is limiting for smaller tanks (less than 1000 gallons)
  66. Important information regarding your tank or process that is not asked or space provided for in the above questionnaire should be entered here.

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Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger
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  2. Tubeside
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