Used and Surplus Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers

JM industrial buys and sells used and unused Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers from leading manufacturers in various specifications. You can buy Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers from brands like Chemineer, Thrush Co. Inc., Allegheny Bradford, Pfaudler and more. JM Industrial stocks various types of used heat exchangers for sale. If you have any questions, please contact us. Heat exchangers are widely used for thermal transfer between fluids. Shell and tube heat exchangers are one of the important types of exchangers used for this purpose. They are used in applications where fluids are regularly heated or cooled to meet diverse application requirements. These heat exchangers are equipped with shell and tubes for thermal transfer, thus the name.

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Types of Used Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Available at JM Industrial

We buy and sell following types of used shell and tube heat exchangers:

  • U-Tube Heat Exchangers: The tubes in the tube bundle of these heat exchangers are bent to U-shape and secured using a tubeplate. These U-shaped tubes lend the name to this device. The bent tubes float freely in the shell and can contract and expand easily. The heat exchangers are generally used in applications where expansion is expected as the result of temperature differences.
  • Floating Head Exchangers: This exchanger features a design that is a combination of a U-tube heat exchanger and fixed tube sheet exchanger. On its one end, the tube sheet is of floating type to accommodate expansion and on the other end, it is stationary.
  • Fixed Tube Sheet Exchangers: They feature two sheets that are welded to the shell, and they remain stationary. These heat exchangers are not suited for applications where expansion may be expected due to temperature differences.

Working of Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers Explained

A shell and tube heat exchanger is made of four parts – a front header, a rear header, tube bundle, and shell.

  • Front Header: This is the part through which the fluid enters the exchanger and passes through its tubes.
  • Rear Header: This is the part that holds the fluid leaving the tubes. Sometimes, the fluid returns to the front header from the rear header. This mainly occurs in equipment with multiple passes for tubes.
  • Tube Bundle: It comprises tube sheets, tubes, tie rods, and baffle sheets. The tie rods keep the bundle together.
  • Shell: It holds the tube bundle.

The fluid enters the device through the front header and leaves through the rear header. In tube-side flow, the fluid passes through tube bundles, which are secured by metal plates that are known as tubeplates or tubesheets. In shell side flow, the fluid starts at the shell inlet, passes through these tubes, and exits through outlets. The headers on the tube side act as reservoirs and they are often split into sections depending on the heat exchanger types.

A shell and tube heat exchanger can be designed as single-phase and two-phase device. In a single-phase exchanger, the phase of the fluid remains constant throughout, whereas in a two-phase device the fluid’s phase may change.

Applications of Used and Surplus Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers

Surplus and used shell and tube heat exchangers provided by us are designed for use in the following industries:

  • HVAC
  • Food and beverage processing
  • Marine applications
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Air processing and compressor cooling
  • Refrigeration

Why Choose Used and Surplus Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers from JM Industrial?

JM Industrial serves as your go-to source for good quality used and surplus shell and tube heat exchangers. The following features of its services are well appreciated by the clients:

  • All shell and tube exchangers listed on the website are checked for their quality and working condition before listing on the website.
  • These equipment are offered with all necessary technical documentation, which eases the buyer’s concerns on installation and working of the equipment.
  • All customer queries regarding the product are answered and handled by industry-leading experts of that particular segment.
  • All products are offered at competitive prices, which helps buyers to save on their investments and expand their inventories.
  • JM Industrial also offers accessories related to surplus and used shell and tube heat exchangers.
  • We only stock products from brands that are in-demand, which helps our clients to take advantage of changing technology without overdoing their budgets.

Why Buy Used Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers?

The shell and tube heat exchangers are important industrial devices and they contribute to the process outcomes. Although buying new shell and tube heat exchangers is good, still buying used ones are beneficial in many ways due to the following reasons:

  • Used shell and tube heat exchangers offered on our website are available for immediate purchase. This helps cut down your wait times.
  • Many industrial equipment requires huge upfront investments and shell and tube heat exchangers are no different. Used shell and tube heat exchangers are available at one-fourth prices, which helps buyers to use their purchase budgets wisely.
  • The depreciation value is low with used equipment, so buyers can avoid initial deprecation which is higher in the first few months.
  • Used shell and tube heat exchangers certainly make an eco-friendly choice because no manufacturing is involved. As you may know, manufacturing is an energy-intensive process.

At JM Industrial, we prioritize a customer above anything else. We offer them opportunities to buy and sell used heat exchangers, used air coolers, used electric heaters and more. If you are still confused about how to sell or buy shell and tube heat exchangers, you can get in touch with the team today. 

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