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Miniature Heat Exchangers

                         
FEATURES
  • Designed to reduce high temperature liquid samples to safe, usable temperatures for analysis
  • 316 Stainless Steel and Copper tubing available
  • Can be disassembled with standard tools for cleaning, or replacement of damaged coils
  • Shell side pressure rating of 150 psi
  • Two Models: Type 1 & Type 2



Madden liquid to liquid heat exchangers are designed to reduce high temperature liquid samples to safe, usable temperatures for analysis. They also function as effective industrial Madden Mini Heat Exchanger Product Linecoolers for pump seal flush liquid. The counter flow design efficiently cools the tube side liquid.

Miniature heat exchangers are available in copper and Type 316 stainless steel tube material. All Madden liquid to liquid heat exchangers can be disassemble with standard tools for cleaning, or replacement of damaged coils. Carbon steel shell parts are painted with grey acrylic enamel. Shell side pressure rating is 150 psi. Madden Type 2 models may be constructed using a variety of materials to meet a customer's specific requirements. Contact the factory for a quotation for applications with special material specifications.

 

Type 1 Liquid Sample Cooler

Type 1 Heat Exchanger

Type 1

Type 1 miniature heat exchanger models have all the piping connections for the sample and the cooling water on the threaded cap on the top of the sample cooler. All coils are 1/4" OD tubing, and all piping connections are 1/4" NPT. Cooling water enters on the left and exits opposite on the right. Sample inlet connection is vertical on the top, and the cooled sample exits from the spout.

 

Type 2

Type 2 miniature heat exchangers offer both 1/4" and 3/8" OD tubing coils. Sample connections are 1/4 NPTF and are made on the top plate.

Type 2

Type 2 Heat Exchanger
Cooling water connections are 3/8" NPTF located on both top and bottom plates.
Typically, liquid grab samples can be cooled with 1.3 square foot coil surface area models. for continuous cooling of samples for instrument probes, or for steam

Miniature Heat Exchanger Cooler Brochure


Miniature Heat Exchanger Types

Part No. Max Coil PSI Description - type, coil surface area, coil material, coil tube size Weight
SC0001 300 Type1, 1.3 sf, copper coil w/ CI head, 1/4" OD tube 15 lbs.
SC0002 300 Type1, 2.6 sf, copper coil w/ CI head, 1/4" OD tube 25 lbs.
SC0003 1,200 Type1, 1.3 sf, 316 SS coil w/ SS head, 1/4" OD tube 15 lbs.
SC0003A 1,200 Type1, 1.3 sf, 316 SS coil w/ SS head and SS body, 1/4" OD tube 15 lbs.
SC0004 1,200 Type1, 2.6 sf, 316 SS coil w/ SS head, 1/4" OD tube 25 lbs.
SC0004A 1,200 Type1, 2.6 sf, 316 SS coil w/ SS head and SS body, 1/4" OD tube 25 lbs.
SC101 300 Type2, 1.3 sf, copper coil, 1/4" OD tube 25 lbs.
SC102 1,200 Type2, 1.3 sf, 316 SS coil, 1/4" OD tube 25 lbs.
SC103 250 Type2, 1.9 sf, copper coil, 3/8 " OD tube 30 bls.
SC105 1,200 Type2, 1.9 sf, 316 SS coil, 3/8" OD tube 30 lbs.
SC106 1,200 Type2, 3.8 sf, 316 SS coil, 3/8" OD tube 50 lbs.
SC107 5,000 Type2, 3.8 sf, 316 SS coil, 3/8" OD tube 50 lbs.
SC108 5,000 Type2, 1.9 sf 316 SS coil area, 3/8" OD tube 30 lbs.
  • 1/2" up to 1" cooling water connections are available upon request.

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