General heating and cooling duties.
Liquid flow rate
Up to 50 kg/s (800 gpm), depending on media, permitted pressure drop and temperature program.
FM, FG and FS
Mild steel, Epoxy painted
Metal lined: Stainless steel, Titanium, Alloy 254, Alloy C276, Nickel
Rubber lined: Nitrile, EPDM
Stainless steel: Alloy 304, Alloy 316, Alloy 254, Alloy C276, Nickel, Titanium
NBRB, NBRP, NBRFF, EPDM, EPDMP, EPDMFF, EPDMAL, HNBR, FKMG
Pressure vessel codes PED, ASME, pvcALS™
Mechanical design pressure (g) / temperature
FM pvcALS™ 1.0 MPa / 160°C
FG PED, pvcALS™ 1.6 MPa / 160°C
FG ASME 150 psig / 320°F
FD PED 2.5 MPa / 160°C
FS ASME 400 psig / 320°F
FM pvcALS™ Size 100 mm EN 1092, GB, GOST, PN10, ASME CI. 150, JIS 10K
FG PED Size 100 mm EN 1092, PN16, ASME CI. 150
FG pvcALS™ Size 100 mm EN 1092, GB, GOST, PN16, ASME CI. 150, JIS 10K
FG ASME Size 4” ASME Cl. 150
FD PED Size 100 mm EN 1092, PN25, Special square flange
FS ASME Size 4” Special square flange
Maximum heat transfer surface
25 m2 (2700 sq.ft)
Measurements mm (inch)
Type H W h
TL10-FM 1885 (74 3/16") 480 (19") 255 (10")
TL10-FG 1981 (78") 480 (19") 297 (11 5/8")
TL10-FD 1981 (78") 480 (19") 297 (11 5/8")
TL10-FS 1981 (78") 510 (20") 297 (11 5/8")
The number of tightening bolts may vary
depending on pressure rating.
As a heat exchanger becomes fouled with dirt, debris or scale, often the modulating valve provides additional hot or cold liquid to help compensate for the loss of efficiency of the heat exchanger.
Over time the control valve will continue to open fully. Unfortunately, on the hottest or coldest days, even with the valve fully open the heat exchanger cannot meet the thermal transfer requirements and the situation becomes critical.
Monitoring just the operating temperature provides a false sense of security. Recording the difference in the outlet and inlet pressures provides a more accurate result of the amount of fouling.
Fouling equal to the thickness of a piece of paper represents a 20% loss of thermal efficiency. In addition, the energy cost for pumps increases since the pump must work harder to overcome the increased pressure resistance through the PHE
T.H. Industrial Solutions Inc. (THS) has been servicing industrial heat exchangers and solving process problems across Canada since 2009. THS head office is located in Pickering, Ontario with a 6,000 square foot service center in Hamilton, Ontario.
Today there are fewer qualified people in this industry that know the products and understand the applications. Utilizing hands on experience and knowledge that has been gained by our THS sales and service technicians for over the past 30 years, we will take the time to understand what you require and strive to provide a prompt, educated and accurate response at a competitive price.