Shell-and-tube heat exchangers are mainly used in higher-pressure applications for the heating or cooling of
fluids and gases. Consider using aluminum for yours.
Welded aluminum tubes
A shell-and-tube heat exchanger consists of a large number of long, low-diameter tubes arranged in a longitudinal
bundle within a larger tube, or shell. Depending on the application, fluid or gas circulates the void between the shell
and the tube bundle, acting as the coolant.
High-strength and corrosion-resistant aluminum alloys
The intricate arrangement of the bundled tubes requires strict tolerances to ensure proper fitting and flow. In your
next shell-and-tube heat exchanger project, you should consider using our welded aluminum tubes, which are
manufactured to extremely low tolerances in high-strength and corrosion-resistant alloys.
The optional cladded tube walls provide you with superb corrosion protection.