Tantalum heat exchangers bring enduring benefits
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Typically, heat exchangers are fabricated from steel, tantalum and other metals, glass or graphite. However, when dealing with diluted H2SO4(sulfuric acid), HCI(hydrochloric acid), H3PO4(phosphoric acid) and HNO3(nitric acid), construction materials list can be tantalum, fluoropolymers, glass and graphite.
Along with how well they handle corrosive H2SO4(sulfuric acid), HCI(hydrochloric acid), H3PO4(phosphoric acid) and HNO3(nitric acid) , these construction materials will be highly influence by variations in-temp, concentration level or the pH of the process stream. Also, some materials are more sensible to thermal and mechanical shock. Specific applications have their own set of characteristics process that can substantially affect different materials. Due to high level of corrosion, metallic substances are not suitable for acid production and further concentrated. So tantalum is the first choice for heat exchangers for sulphuric acid reclamation and concentration in the chemical industry. As Tantalum is the most corrosion resistant, used for construction material today in heat exchangers. Non metal materials, glass or graphite are often separated due to their own properties, for eg, In pharma industry where the very much cleanliness is required.
CrystalTCS have tantalum heat exchangers that offer the exceptionally high corrosion resistance at a much lower cost. The combined benefits of lower cost, long lifetime and minimum maintenance requirements result in consequently lower total cost compared to heat exchangers made of high-grade alloys, graphite, silicon or glass.
The high chemical or corrosion resistance and robust design minimize the service needs. The only required maintenance is a cleaning in place procedure if the heat exchanger is operating in a fouling duty. The highly turbulent flow helps reduce fouling and makes cleaning-in-place procedures more effective.
The crystaltcs tantalum heat exchangers have high mechanical stability and their robust design gives them much more resistance to thermal shock than glass, silicon carbide and graphite heat exchangers.
Tantalum Heat Exchangers - incomparably affordable and convenient within a wide range
The tantalum range has been specifically developed for use with hot, highly corrosive chemicals. The tantalum surface allows heat exchangers to be used with most corrosive media at temperatures up to 437 degrees Fahrenheit. Unlike many high-grade alloys, they can be used with mixed media and at variable concentrations.
The high corrosion resistance and robust design minimizes service needs. The required maintenance is only a cleaning in-place procedure if the heat exchanger is operating in a fouling duty. The highly turbulent flow helps reduce fouling and makes cleaning-in-place procedures more effective.
In addition to Tantalum Heat Exchangers, CrystalTCS regularly designs, engineers and fabricates the following types of custom Tantalum process equipment:
• Pickling Heat Exchangers
• Tantalum Bayonet Heaters
• Tantalum Heat Exchangers
• Tantalum Columns and Vessels
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