Custom Cooling Coils

Custom Cooling Coils

Overview

Advanced Coil cooling coils, also referred to as thermal fluid cooling coils, are ideal for a wide variety of industrial heating, cooling and freezing applications such as vapor condensing, freeze drying, process cooling, cryogenics and other specialty cooling applications. Thermal fluid cooling coils generally utilize high-pressure flanges to ensure a reliable and tight system. These coils may require a ‘U’ stamp in accordance with Section VIII, Division I of the ASME Pressure Vessel Code to meet the specifications of the installation. Coils installed in Canada may require a Canadian Registration Number to meet jurisdictional requirements. Cooling coils that are used in applications where products in the air steam can condense should be designed with an airside face velocity below 500 feet per minute to reduce the potential for entrainment of condensed liquids in the leaving airstream.

Thermal Fluid Cooling Coil Applications

  • Make-up air preheating
  • Vapor condensing
  • Process drying
  • Freeze drying
  • Heat treatment
  • Process cooling
  • Area heating
  • Cryogenics
  • Heat recovery
  • Area cooling
  • Heat dumps
custom cooling coils
  We design and manufacture our coils to accommodate the rigors of these applications. Our free-floating segmented design accommodates the high-temperature loads and thermal expansion and contraction forces. The unexpanded stainless steel (304 or 316) tubes are well suited for corrosive environments. Our heavy walled tubes and TIG welded construction allows us to design coils for either high or low temperature and/or high-pressure applications.

Custom Cooling Coil Types

Advanced Coil manufactures cooling coils in several case types including:
  • Standard
  • Baffled
  • Air Tight
  • Slide-out

Custom Cooling Coil Designs

These coils can be installed in two possible configurations: cooling coil configurations

Specifications

Cooling Coil Materials

We manufacture our cooling coils in a variety of materials including:
Fin MaterialsTube MaterialsCase MaterialsFin Spacing
0.025” or 0.016” thick half-hard temper aluminum7/8” x 0.049” wall 304L or 316L stainless stee16ga. to 1/4” 304L or 316L stainless steel2.5 to 11 fins per inch spacing
0.025” or 0.016” thick half-hard temper copper7/8” x 0.083” wall 304L or 316L stainless steel16ga. to 7ga. galvanized steel
0.010” thick 304 or 316 stainless steel7/8” x 0.109” wall steelOther materials upon request
0.012” thick carbon steel

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