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Cooling Coils

Water or Water/Glycol Cooling Coils

Cooling coils can be designed in various ways and mostly driven by the application, maintenance requirements and how critical the coil is to the process. We provide standard and custom designs from light industrial or HVAC coils to cooling coils for Nuclear Power Plants. 

Applications

Light Industrial:

  • Comfort air heating or cooling
  • De-humidification
  • Process water or glycol heating or cooling
  • Heat recovery
  • Dryers
  • Reheat Coils
  • Air Handling Units

Industrial / Process:

  • Process air heating or cooling
  • De-humidification
  • Process water or glycol heating or cooling
  • Pulp dryers
  • Paper Machine coils
  • Reheat coils
  • Heat recovery
  • Dryers
  • Flue Gas Reheating
  • Motor Coolers  (click here for more on Motor Coolers)

Nuclear:

Nuclear

  • Vault Cooling
  • Vapour Recovery
  • Re-Activation Condensers
  • Process air heating or cooling
  • Comfort heating and cooling
  • De-humidification
  • ACU Coils
  • Dryers
  • Safety related
  • Motor Coolers  (click here for more on Motor Coolers)

Super Radiator Coils currently holds the ASME N and NPT stamps and NS certification authorization for coils, components and supports that are used in nuclear power plants for safety critical applications.

Types of Cooling Coils

Return Bend Type:

  • Pipe header and U-bend construction
  • Generally tubes are not cleanable
  • Cost effective design
  • Copper, Cu/Ni, Carbon Steel and Stainless Steel Tubes
  • Aluminum, Copper, Carbon Steel and Stainless Steel Fins
  • Copper, Carbon Steel and Stainless Steel Headers

Removable Header Type:

  • Header or Cover Plate is removable to allow access to the tubes
  • Tubes can be cleaned repaired or plugged
  • Virtually any metal tube can be used
  • Headers, Tubesheets and Covers can be many materials.
  • Inside of Headers can be coated.
  • click here for information on Motor Coolers

For a guide to Cooling Coil Nomenclature and Terminology click here

To determine Coil Handing, Click Here

For a Guide to Measuring a Coil, Click Here