Optional Floating End Configuration

Limitations:

  • Maximum shell side design pressures are generally limited to 150 PSIG
  • Gases (except low pressure air & nitrogen) should be kept on the tube side.

Advantages:

  • Floating end allows for thermal expansion between the shell side and tube side
  • Eliminates the need for a costly expansion joint
  • Intermixing of shell and tube fluids is unlikely
  • Provides maximum heat transfer surface and high thermal efficiency.
  • Multi-pass tube side designs are available
  • Straight tubes can be easily cleaned
  • Tube bundle can be easily removed for cleaning, repairing or replacing.

Applications:

  • Hydrogen
  • Oxygen
  • Air
  • Nitrogen
  • Hydrocarbon gases
  • Gases with low molecular weights

Construction:                                  

  • Available in TEMA B, C, or R construction          
  • Removable bundle
  • Straight tube
  • Skirt type packed floating tubesheet

TEMA TYPE BEP

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Optional Floating End Configuration

General Specifications:
Shell Side: 

  • Sizes from 6" to 44" Diameter
  • Pressures: 150 PSIG standard
  • Temperatures: Up to 375 F


Tube Side: 

  • Tube sizes 5/8" OD to 1" OD
  • Pressures: Up to 3000 PSIG
  • Temperatures: up to 600 F