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Catalog AH-630

TANK HEATERS
Armstrong tank heaters are widely used in breweries, chemical and food processing plants, oil refineries, paper mills, tank storage farms and in shipping and other industries.

Table of Contents
Why Armstrong Tank Heaters are Tougher on the Job Technical Data and Dimensions FHC & FHS - Flange Mounted Hairpin . FBC & FBS - Flange Mounted Bayonet BHC & BHS - Base Mounted Hairpin l BD - Base Mounted Direct
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Features / Benefits of Armstrong Tank Heaters Tank Heat Loss Data Performance of Armstrong Tank Heaters Basic Formulas and Useful Conversions Tank Heater Selection Example Tank Heater Selection Work Sheet Model Number Selection

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Tougher on the Job


Armstrong tank heaters are built to withstand rigorous demands encountered in industrial installations. The heavy-duty features of our units were developed in response to a need for tank heaters that could provide efficient heat transfer without sacrificing structural integrity. These features include heavy-wall pipes and headers, thick L footed fins and all welded construction. In addition, the mono-metallic construction of our units precludes galvanic corrosion and the finned surface is rigid enough to withstand high pressure cleaning. Experience gained over eighty years backs every Armstrong tank heater. As a steam system specialist, your Armstrong representative can provide assistance on everything from the boiler to the condensate return system. Quality products from Armstrong and the practical knowledge to integrate them into your total steam system ensure an efficient and trouble-free installation. more frequent cleanings be carried out to maintain maximum efficiency and original heat transfer design conditions. The helically wound finned pipe is best suited for horizontal units with the fins being in the vertical plane. This increases the natural convection currents, which increases heat transfer and continuously wipes the coil surface to maintain cleanliness.

Options to match your applications.


Armstrong tank heaters are available in four standard configurations: Flange Mounted Hairpin - Types FHC and FHS 0 Flange Mounted Bayonet - Types FBC and FBS *Base Mounted Hairpin - Types BHC and BHS *Base Mounted Direct - Type BD
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Efficient heat transfer.


Finned pipe tank heaters are easier than bare pipe units to install, remove and repair. They are also more compact and provide superior efficiency in product heating. Finned pipe tank heaters provide up to 10 times as much heat transfer as an equivalent length of bare pipe resulting in lower film or skin temperatures. This reduces coking of the product on the heat transfer surface and discoloration of heat sensitive products. This build-up of deposits on the heater requires that

These four configurations offer a range of choices to suit most area coverage and thermal performance requirements. Each type includes a number of length, width and fin pitch options. All units are available in seamless carbon steel pipe construction. The hairpin and bayonet types are available in stainless steel. Liquid heated units and custom designs are also available. Critical to the heating and maintenance of temperatures for a broad variety of products, Armstrong tank heaters are widely used in breweries, chemical and food processing plants, oil refineries, paper mills, tank storage farms and in shipping and other industries.

From left to right, Base Mounted Hairpin, Flange Mounted Bayonet, Flange Mounted Hairpin and Base Mounted Direct.

Flange Mounted Hairpin Type FHC and FHS


Overall= "L" + 12%

Standard Sizes

, q
I

TYPE

. T
1

mm
*I

5 FPI

TYPE

BE/l:,
8

1 B
[ia) -

7 7 90
103 116 129 142 155 168 181 135 161 187 213 239 265 291 317 343 FHS-2

FHC-2

3%

,.I , __.. , .__ , 126 5 FHS-4 143.8 131

1 55.5 1 67.21 132 1 138 1 144

:HC-4

10

i%6

5 VI6

5 of Construction Pipes: 1%" NPS Sch. 80 Seamless Steel(1.66" OD x 0.191" Wall) Fins: 0.036 Thick Helically Wound Steel L Foot Return Bends: A-234 Long Radius Forged Steel Sch. 80 Mounting Flange: A-l 05 Forged Steel, 150 lb Raised Face Mechanical Design: 450 psig, 650 F, Hydro Test 675 psi

-Mater1 nst:ru( Pipes: lti" NPS Sch. 10, 304L SS (1.66" OD x 0.109" Wall) Fins: 0.020 Thick Helically Wound 304 SS L Foot Return Bends: A-403 Long Radius 304 L SS Sch. 10 Mechanical Design: 450 psig, 650 F, Hydro Test 675 psi

Flange Mounted Bayonet Type FBC and FBS


Overall = L + 16

MPT

L YE x 2 Long Slot

Standard Sizes
N P E Flatge Size (in) (is) ( l a ) B C Nominal Surface Area (sq ft) L~#h 3 FPI 4 FPI 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2 3 4 5 ; 8 9 10 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 5.8 8.7 11.6 14.5 17.4 20.3 23.2 26.1 29.0 7.9 11.8 15.7 19.7 23.6 27.6 31.5 35.4 39.4 9.2 13.8 18.4 23.0 27.6 32.2 36.8 41.4 46.0 7.4 11.2 14.9 18.6 22.3 26.0 29.8 33.5 37.2 10.1 15.1 20.2 25.2 30.2 35.3 40.3 45.4 50.4 11.8 17.7 23.5 29.4 35.3 41.2 47.1 53.0 58.9 9.1 13.6 18.1 22.7 27.2 31.8 36.3 40.8 45.4 12.3 18.4 24.6 30.7 36.9 43.0 49.2 55.3 61.5 14.3 21.5 28.7 35.8 43.0 50.2 57.4 64.5 71.7 Weight (Ibs) 5 FPI 35 42 50 57 64 72 79 86 93 54 65 75 86 96 107 118 128 139 65 79 94 108 123 137 151 166 180 33 39 45 51 57 63 69 75 81 50 59 67 76 85 94 102 111 120 60 72 84 97 109 121 133 145 158 34 41 47 54 60 67 74 80 87 52 62 71 81 91 101 110 120 130 62 75 89 102 115 129 142 155 168

5 FPI 3 FPI 4FPI

A NPE F l a n g e Size (in

I B
in) -

:BC-125

3A

3A

:BS-125

:BC-200

:BS-200

6 8 9 1 10 1 1 2 1 3 4 5 6 ' 7 8 9 10 23.8 30.1 36.4 72 76 79 26.8 33.8 40.9 77 81 85 29.8 1 37.6 1 45.5 1 83 1 87 1 91 6.9 1 8.7 1 10.5 1 46 1 47 1 48 10.4 13.0 15.7 53 54 56 13.8 17.4 31 0 59 61 63 17.3 21.7 26.2 66 69 71 20.7 26.1 31.5 73 76 78 24.2 30.4 36.7 80 83 86 27.6 34.8 42.0 86 90 94 31.1 39.1 47.2 93 97 101 34.5 43.5 52.5 100 105 109

:BC-250

lvil

:BS-250

lrlaterials of Construction :BC-125 Pipes: 1% NPS Sch. 40 Seamless Steel (1.66 OD x 0.140 Wall :BC-200 Pipes: 2 NPS Sch. 40 Seamless Steel (2.375 OD x 0.154 Wall) :BC-250 Pipes: 2Y2 NPS Sch. 40 Seamless Steel (2.875 OD x 0.203 Wail) :ins: 0.036 Thick Helically Wound Steel L Foot nner Distributing Pipe: Sch 80 A-53F Steel ind Caps: A-234 Forged Steel Sch. 40 fiounting Flange: A-l 05 Forged Steel, 150 lb Raised Face tiechanical Design: 450 psig, 650 F, Hydro Test 675 psi (Note: Sch 80 Construction is Available)

Materials of Construction FBS-125 Pipes: 1% NPS Sch. 10, 304LSS (1.66 OD x 0.109 Wall) FBS-200 Pipes: 2 NPS Sch. 10, 304L SS (2.375 OD x 0.109 Wall) FBS-250 Pipes: 2% NPS Sch. 10,304L SS (2.875 OD x 0.120 Wall) Fins: 0.020 Thick Helically Wound 304 SS L Foot Inner Distributing Pipe: Sch 10, 304L SS End Caps: A-403,304L SS, Sch 10 Mounting Flange: A-l 82,304L SS, 150 lb Raised Face Mechanical Design: 450 psig, 650 F, Hydro Test 675 psi (Note: Type 316L SS Construction is Available)

Base Mounted Hairpin Type BHC and BHS


2/8,, r- Overall =L + 13 ~7

1) 15 ft. and 20 ft. units have center supports. 2) Header ends are beveled for on-site butt welding.

II

Standard Sizes

, : m. m w
TYPE linimum Ylanhale Size (in)
16

Weight (Ibs)

(in)

BHS-4

BHS-6 20 5 10 ,5 20 5 15 20 355 118 237 355 473 148 296 444 592 456 152 304 456 608 190 380 570 760 557 186 371 557 742 232 464 696 928 570 208 389 576 757 258 484 717 943 660 238 449 666 877 295 559 830 1093 749 268 508 755 995 332 633 941 1241

18

10%

BHC-8

22

13%

BHS-8

22

BHC-10 24

16%

BHS-10

24

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Materials of Construction Pipes: 1 Vi NPS Sch. 40 Seamless Steel (1.66 OD x 0.140 Wall) Fins: 0.036 Thick Helically Wound Steel L Foot Headers: 2 NPS Sch. 40 seamless steel (2.375 OD x 0.154 Wall) Return Bends: A-234 Long Radius Forged Steel Sch. 40 Mechanical Design: 450 psig, 650 F, Hydro Test 6 7 5 psi
(Note: Sch. 80 Construction is Available)

Materials of Construction

l-l_299 440 575 328 484 633 357 527 691

Pipes: 1% NPS Sch. 10, 304L SS (1.66 OD x 0.109 Wail) Fins: 0.020 Thick Helically Wound 304 SS L Foot Headers: 2 NPS Sch. 40, 304L SS (2.375 OD x 0.154 Wall) Return Bends: A-403 Long Radius 304L SS Sch. 10 Mechanical Design: 450 psig, 650 F, Hydro Test 675 psi

(Note: Type 316L SS Construction is Available:

Base Mounted Direct Type BD

Overall = L + liti

1) 15ftand20ftunitshavecentersupporis. 2) Header ends are beveled for on-site

butt welding.

Standard Sizes
TYPE

Surface Area (s 19 3FPI


30 59 89 118 45 89 134 178 59 118 I?? 237 74 148 222 296 4FPI 38 76 114 152 57 114 171 228 76 152 228 304 95 190 285 380

ff)

Weight (Ibs) 3 FPI 4FPI 5FP 60 68 75 104 121 135 156 179 201 201 231 261 86 97 109 154 177 199 227 261 294 295 340 384 112 127 142 203 233 262 298 343 388 j8& 449 508 138 157 175 251 288 325 369 425 481 482 - 557 631

BD-2

ED-3

BD-4

ED-5

5 FPI 47 93 140 186 70 139 209 278 93 186 279 371 116 232 348 464 -

Materials of Construction Dipes: 1% NPS Sch. 40 Seamless Steel (1.66 OD x 0.140 Wall) -ins: 0.036 Thick Helically Wound Steel L Foot ieaders: 2 NPS Sch. 40 Seamless Steel (2.375 OD x 0.154 Wall rllechanical Design: 450 psig, 650 OF, Hydro Test 675 psi (Note: Sch. 80 Construction is Available) rhese units are available only in Carbon Steel

Armstrong Tank Heaters


Application Flexibility
Four types of tank heaters are offered in several materials and sizes to suit your specific requirements.

Space Savings
Flange mounted heaters are installed on various standard manhole sizes. You save internal space because only the heating element itself is inside. Steam and condensate connections are outside of the tank.

eat Transfer Efficient


tiff, helically wound L fin design for an efficient and long lasting heat transfer surface. Vertical fin surface provides uniform heating of liquid with a minimum of coking due to hot spots. /

urability Over Long Life


Pipes and headers are of heavy construction (minimum Sch 40 pipe for steel and Sch 10 for stainless steel). Greater thickness means a stronger, more corrosion resistant design which lasts longer.

Corrosion Resistance
Pipes, headers and connections are welded together for a tough, single material joint. Eliminating dissimilar materials precludes galvanic corrosion, thereby lengthening service life.

Minimum Installation Welding


Armstrong base mounted tank heaters are installed and removed easily through manholes, eliminating the need for time-consuming welding inside the tank.

- Fast, Direct Connection


Heaters are ready for connection to the steam and condensate systems as supplied. Numerous types of connections are available. - Base mounted heaters come with supports to allow for a proper distance between the tank bottom and the heating surface. This also helps to minimize the need for internal welding. Longer units are provided with mid-support members to further minimize inside welding and ensure rigid footing.

Base Mounted Hairpin Types BHC and BHS show .-

Tank Heat
700 600 500 400 350 300 250 200

LOSS

Data

(Conditions are uninsulated and zero wind velocity)


Wind Velocity Correction (uninsulated tanks only)
5 mph 10 mph 15 mph 20 mph 25 mph 30 mph 1.80 2.26 2.62 2.91 3.16 3.38

Insulation Thickness Correction


100 90 80 70 60 50

I,

0.20 0.15 0.10 0.08

IV*

2" 3"

Roof Heat Loss Rate = 0.5 x Wall Loss Rate

Heat Loss From Liquid Surface In Open Top Tank (Still Air At 60 F) Btulhrlsq ft Surface Tank Temp F
90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200 300 400

Water Surface
130 205 290 400 550 710 950 1230 1600 2050 2600 3300

Oil Surface
100 135 170 205 240 275 310 345 380 415 450 485 860 1450

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100

Ambient Air Temp F Note: If the tank contents need to be heated up before the desired maintenance temperature is reached, calculate tank heat loss at the average tank temperature and add the following heatup load (Btu/hr).
Wtof Fluid (lb)

x S. H. (Btu/lb/"F) x [Maint. Temp "F - Initial Temp "F]


HeatupTime

The resulting unit, when heatup load is provided for, will easily hold tank temperature once it has been attained.

Tank Wall Area (sq ft) Roof Area (sq ft) Capacity (U.S. Gallons) Capacity (Bbl)

= = = =

3.142 x Diameter (ft) x Length 0.785 x Diameter2 5.874 x Diameter x Length 0.14 x Diameter* x Length
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Performance of Armstrong Tank Heaters


1000 900
800 700 600 500 400 300

Approximate Viscosity Conversion To Centistokes (CS) Seconds Saybolt Universal (SSU) A. B. SSU between 32 and 100 CS = 0.226 SSU - 195 / SSU SSU over 100 cs = 0.220 ssu - 135 / ssu

200

Seconds Saybolt Furol (SSF) A. SSF between 25 and 40 CS = 2.24 SSF - 184 I SSF SSF over 40 CS = 2.16 SSF - 60 / SSF

100
90 80

-1

B.

Redwood No. 1 (Standard) Seconds A. Seconds between 34 and 100 CS = 0.260 Set - 179 / Set B. Seconds over 100 CS = 0.247 Set - 50 / Set

Tf= (0.75 x.Avg. L&id Temp. ; (0.25 xkteam TimD. F)

I \

Redwood No. 2 (Admiralty) Seconds CS = 2.7 Set - 2000 I Set Engler Time Seconds CS = 0.147 Set - 374 / Set

IO 9 8 7 6

Engler Degrees CS = 7.79 Deg - 7 / Deg. Centipoise = Centistokes x Sp. Gr.

Specific Gravity: Liquids Lighter

141.5 400 140 = API t 131.5 = BRIX t 400 = Be+130 Specific Gravity: Liquids Heavier Than Water 145 =_= Tw t 200 145-B6 200

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

u Btu/hr (sq ft) (OF)


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Basic Formulas
Where:

Tank Heaters
= Total Heat Load (Btu/hr) U x LMTD

Tank Heater Surface Area Required (sq ft)

Total Heat Load = Heat Up Load (If Required) + Wall Losses + Roof (or Surface) Losses (Deg F) LMTD (Deg. F) = Logarithmic Mean Temperature Difference = (Steam Temp - Initial Liquid Temp) - (Steam Temp - Final Liquid Temp) Steam Temp - Initial Liquid Temp log.? Steam Temp - Final Liquid Temp If No Heat Up Is Required, Use MTD = Steam Temp- Maintenance Temp Steam Consumption (Iblhr) = Heat Load Btu/hr Latent Heat of Steam (Btu/hr)
To Obtain in ft ft mm in m ft* in* ft* ft*/ft mYm m* ft3 ft3 m3 ft3 gal(US) gal(US) lb kg in of water in of water Ft of water lbf/in* (psi) in of Hg in of water kPa Ibf/in* atmosphere!j kPa fvs (fps) ft/min (fpm)
ft/S

Length

Area

Multiply mm m in in ft ft m2 cm2 in2 m*/m ft*/ft ft m3 in3

mm m
BY
0.039370

Volume

Mass

ressure

Velocity

3.2808 0.083333 25.400 12.000 0.30480 10.764 0.15500 0.0069444 3.2808 0.30480 0.092903 35.315 0.00057870 0.028317 ft3 0.13368 @(US) 1.2009 gal(lMP) 0.26417 litre 2.2046 kg 0.45359 lb 0.0040147 Pa 4.0147 kPa D.33456 kPa D.14504, kPa kPa 0.29530 mm of water 0.039370 in of water 0.24908 in of water 0.036126 in of water 0.0024582 ft of water 2.9890 3.2808 m/s mlmin 3.2808 mi/hr (mph] 1.4667 0.30480 ft/S ft/min 0.016667

Mass Flow

Multiply I<g/s Icg/hr I b/s I b/hr Im3ls 1R3lS 1RVmin Ilitre/s IUSGPM Ikg/m3 ,g/cm3 Ilb/in3 Ilb/n3 IkJ/kg C Ikcallkg C Btu/lb F kJ kWhr kcal n Ibf hp hr I3tu I3tu I3tu

BY
7936.6

2.2046 3600.0 0.45359 2118.9 60.000 0.00047195 15.850 0.063092 0.062428 62.428 1728.0 16.018 0.23885 1 .oooo 4.1868 0.94782 3412.1 3.9683
0.0012851 2544.4 1.0551 0.0002931 0.25200 0.00027778 3.4121 3.9683 0.0012851 2544.4 0.29307 0.25200 0.42992 2.3260

To Obtain Ib/hr Ib/hr Ib/hr kg/hr ftYmin (cfm] ftYmin mVs USGPM litre/s I b/W

Temperature 1.8Ct32=F (F - 32)/l .8 = C C t 273.15 = K F + 459.69 = R Fin Spacing FPI = 25.4/mm Pitch mm Pitch = 25.4/FPI Metric Equivalents Pa = N/m2 = kg/s2 m N = kg m/s2 J=Ws Liter = dm3 kp = kgf kplm2 = mm of water
Bar=lOOkPa Centipoise = mPa.s

Volume Flow

Density

I b/n3 I b/n3

kg/m3 Btu/lb F Btu/lb F kJ/kg C Btu Btu Btu Btu Btu kJ kWhr kcal W hr Btu/hr Btu/hr Btu/hr Btulhr W kcal/hr Btullb kJ/kg

Specific Heat

Energy

J
\N Power Itcal/hr 1R IbWhr IIP IBtulhr IBtulhr kJ/kg Btulhr

m/s
ft/S

Heat

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Tank Heater Selection Example


1. Statement of Problem A. Heat No. 5 fuel oil from 40F 40 110F in 24 hours. B. Continue to maintain 110F in an uninsulated tank with a wind velocity of 10 mph and an ambient temperature of 10F. C. Tank is 48 ft. in diameter and 41 ft. high. D. Tank manhole diameter is 24 inches. E. Steam is available at 100 psig saturated (338F). F. No. 5 fuel oil properties are: 1. Density at 75 F = 7.83 lb/Gal. 2. Specific heat = 0.41 Btu/lb/F. 3. Viscosity at 80 F = 390 Centipoise. 4. Viscosity at 160 F = 25 Centipoise. G. Carbon Steel Base Mounted Hairpin Units required (Type BHC). II. Determine Heat Load A. Basic Data Calculations. 1. Tank Capacity = 5.874 x Diameter* x Height = 5.874 x (48 ft)* x 41 ft = 554,882 U.S. Gallons. 2. Weight of Fluid in Tank = Capacity x Density = 554,882 GAL x 7.83 lb/GAL = 4,344,726 lb. 3. Average Liquid Temperature = 40F + 110F = 75F 2 4. Tank Wall Area = 3.142 x 48 x 41 = 6183 sq ft. 5. Tank Roof Area = 0.785 x 48* = 1809 sq ft. B. Heatup Load = Weight of Fluid x Specific Heat x Temp. Rise Heatup Time 4,344,726 lb x 0.41 Btu/lb/F x 70 Deg. F 24 hr = 5,195,568 Btu/hr C. Tank Wall Heat Loss 1. For an average liquid temperature of 75F and an ambient temperature of 10F. Wall Losses are 102 Btu/hr/sq ft. 2. Wind Velocity Correction Factor is 2.26. 3. Wall Heat Loss = 102 Btu/hr/sq ft x 6183 sq ft x 2.26 = 1,425,305 Btu/hr. D. Tank Roof Heat Loss = 102 Btu/hr/sq ft x **.5 x 1809 x 2.26 = 208,505 Btu/hr. E. Total Heat Load = Heatup + Wall + Roof Losses = 5,195,568 Btu/hr + 1,425,305 Btu/hr + 208,505 Btu/hr = 6,829,378 Btu/hr. II. Determine Tank Heater Fin Pitch and Surface Required A. Basic Data Calculations 1. Film Temperature of Liquid at Fin Interface = (0.75 x Average Liquid Temperature) + (0.25 x Steam Temperature) = (0.75 x 75 F) + (0.25 x 338 F) = 141 F. 2. Using a viscosity chart and the two points given, viscosity at film temperature 141 F = 42 Centipoise. 3. Logarithmic Mean Temperature Difference (LMTD) between steam and liquid = (338 - 40) - (338 - 110) = 261.4 Deg. F log, (338=- 40) (338 - 110) 8. At a viscosity of 42cp a 4 Fins Per Inch surface is required yielding a heat transfer coefficient (U) of 16.33 Btulhrlsq ftlF. C. Surface Area Required = Total Heat Load = 6,829,378 = 1600 sq ft U x LMTD 16.33 x 261.4 IV. Determine Number and Size of Units to Do the Job A. Units Required In order to give adequate coverage for this size of tank, a minimum of 4 units should be employed. Options would therefore be: (4) Four BHC-8-4FPI-15 Total Surface = 456 x 4 = 1824 sq R (5) Five BHCSQFPI-15 Total Surface = 342 x 5 = 1710 sq ft (6) Six BHC-4-4FPI-20 Total Surface = 304 x 6 = 1824 sq ft (6) Six BHC-8-4FPI-10 Total Surface = 304 x 6 = 1824 sq ft Ultimate selection of the number of units depends upon the degree of uniform heat distribution required. V. Determine Steam Consumption A. Max. Stm. Consumption = Total Heat Load Steam Latent Heat = 6,829,378 880 = 7761 Ib/hr B. Maint. Stm. Consumption = Wall and Roof Losses Steam Latent Heat = 1,633,810 880 = 1857 Ib/hr * Note that if no heatup load is required, Average Liquid Temperature = Maintenance Temp. In this example, that would be 110F. ** Roof Heat Loss Rate is 50% of Wall Heat Loss Rate.

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Tank Heater Selection Work Sheet


Tank Information Tank Reference Number Tank Type Tank Material Dimensions if yes, how thick? Insulated? Open Top? Tank Level (% full) or Fluid Volume Design Ambient Air Temperature Design Wind Velocity (if outside and not insulated) - m Steam Pressure - - - p s i g if not, what temperature? Saturated?

feet inches

F p h

Steam information

Fluid Information

Type of Fluid Properties (not required for water) F 1. Specific Gravity at F Ib/cu ft at or Density F lb/US Gal at or Density F Btu/lb/F at 2. Specific Heat 3. Viscosity (at least one value required, preferably two) units F at F at A. B. C. D. USGPM at Through Load i n F to F Heat-Up Load from F Maintenance Load to Hold Btu/hr Total Heat Load (if known) F not applicable hours n o t a p p l i c a b l e

Heating Requirements

Tank Heater Requirements

1. Materials of Construction A. Carbon Steel B. Type 304L Stainless Steel C. Type 316L Stainless Steel 2. Type of Unit (preference? Hairpin -Bayonet A. Flange Mounted (preference? Hairpin -Direct B. Base Mounted if flange mounted, is std. flange size OK? _ i f n o t , s p e c i f y

1 )

size

Other Information

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Model Number Selection

FH n Flange Mounted Hairpin FB w Flange Mounted Bayonet BH w Base Mounted Hairpin BD n Base Mounted Direct

S n 304L Stainless Steel

Number of Finned Pipes For Types FHC, FHS, BHC, BHS, BD or Pipe Size For Types - FBC, FBS

15

Other Heat Transfer Products


Used for preheating of combustion air in utility/power boilers (cold end temperature control), recovery boilers, MSW boilers, hog fuel boilers, etc. Coils are removable from an airtight outer case for ease of cleaning and maintenance. Armstrong manufactures heavy-duty heating coils for industrial applications. Both steam and liquid compatible, the coils are ideal for applications requiring strength, durability and high-pressure cleanability. Armstrong coils can be customized to meet size and material requirements for your specific application.

Armstrong-Hunt air cooling units can be supplied in most metals or combination of metals to suit particular process requirements. For cooling liquids or condensing vapors using ambient air.

Armstrongs Industrial Unit/ Door Heaters incorporate the same heavy-duty cores as our series 6000 Coils. Features include standard industrial motors, aluminum fans, heavygauge cabinets, fan guards, a selection of louvered and high& velocity discharges and several coating options.

Limited Warranty and Remedy


Armstrong-Hunt, Inc. warrants to the original user that those products supplied by it and used in the service and in the manner for which they are intended shall be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one (1) year after installation, but not longer than fifteen (15) months from date of shipment. Except as may be expressly provided for in a written agreement between Armstrong-Hunt, Inc. and the user, which is signed by both parties, Armstrong-Hunt, Inc. DOES NOT MAKE ANY OTHER REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

The sole and exclusive remedy with respect to the above limited warranty or with respect to any other claim relating to the products or to defects or any condition or use of the products supplied by Armstrong-Hunt, Inc. however caused, and whether such claim is based upon warranty, contract, negligence, strict liability or any other theory, is limited to Armstrong-Hunt, Inc.3 repair or replacement of the par-l or product, excluding any labor or any other cost to remove or install said part or product or, at Armstrong-Hunt, Inc.s option, to repayment of the purchase price. Notice of any such claim must be given in writing to Armstrong-Hunt, Inc. within fifteen months after the first installation or use of the products. In no event shall ArmstrongHunt, Inc. be liable for special, direct, indirect, incidental or consequential damages, including, but not limited to, loss of use or profits or to interruption of business activity.

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