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Integral Low Fin Tubes

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Finned tubes are generally used in applications involving the transfer of heat from one hot fluid to another colder fluid through a tube wall. In the case of a bare ( plain ) tubes, where the outside surface area is not significantly greater than the inside surface area, the fluid with the lowest heat transfer coefficient will decide the overall heat transfer rate.



The concept of finned tubes is to increase the outside surface area of the tube.
By increasing the outside surface area of the tube, the overall heat transfer rate is increased, thereby reducing the total number of tubes required for a given application. This reduces the overall equipment size and the cost of the project.



Capability :

  • 3 lines of Finning process.
  • MOC : Copper, Cupro-Nickel, Ad-Brass, Aluminim-Brass, Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel.
  • Tube OD : 9.52mm, 12.70mm, 15.88mm, 22.20mm, 25.40mm, 38.10mm.
  • Plain Tube Thickness : 0.50mm Up to 4mm.
  • Fins per inch : 19, 26, 28, 36, 40 FPI.
  • Internal Ribs : 10, 20, 30, 38 Ribs
  • Max Tube Length : 20 meters.
  • Bending : up to 20 meters max. developed length
  • Bend Radius : Smallest : 28R and Biggest : 750R.

Integral Low Fin Tubes
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  • U-Bend portion : Free from finning.
  • Test capability: Air under Water and Hydrotest.
  • Heat treatment of Non-Ferrous Fin Tubes : In-house Electric Conveyor Belt Furnace for Stress Relief Annealing .
  • Heat Treatment of Ferrous fin tubes : Outsource temporary electric furnace from outside Agency for Stress Relief Annealing both Straight Tubes and Bend Zone as well.
  • Experienced and qualified Man power.
  • Capacity to offer fin tubes to our customer or customer appointed TPIA for inspection and approval.
  • Total Area for manufacturing shop Floor is 6000 Ft2 out of 70000 Ft2 plot area.

Benefits of Low Finned Tubes :

  • Offers approximately 2.75 times external surface area of parent tube.
  • Enhanced heat exchanger efficiency means less tube is required to accomplish the same heat transfer as a    parent (plain) tube.
  • Low finned tube can increase the performance of an existing exchanger without any additional cost of building    new shells.
  • Less space and weight can be extremely valuable in offshore production or high elevation distillation columns.
  • Low finned technology can transform large Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers into compact size of Heat    Exchangers.

Applications :

Recuperator, Heat Exchangers, Evaporator, Condenser, Radiator (Air Cooled Condenser) Marine Applications, Corrosion Resistant Process Heaters, Oil Heaters, Oil Coolers, Inter cooler, After cooler, Thermic Oil to Process Heaters, Steam Generation Boilers, Process Boilers, Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers, Air Conditioner, Chillers, HVAC, Plastic Heaters, Moulding, Mould Heaters, Hot Water Generators, Economizers.

End Users :

  • Heat Exchanger Industries.
  • Power Generating Plants.
  • Oil and Gas Industries.
  • Fertilizers & Refineries.
  • Chemical Processing Plants.
  • Petrochemical Plants.
  • Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Industries.
  • Cement Factories & Steel Plants.
  • Shipyards.
  • Manufacturing & Process Industries.