Shell-and-tube heat exchangers can be manufactured from corrosion-resistant stainless steel alloys, including Type 304L and 316L as well as duplex stainless steels like 2205, 2507 and Zeron 100. Exchangers also can be constructed of higher alloys like Hastelloy, Alloy 20, Monel 600, AL-6XN and Titanium Gr2. Because the company is a primary supplier to the sanitary and pharmaceutical industries, it does not work with carbon steel in its facility to avoid any risk of cross contamination. Features such as explosion-bonded clad tubesheets and channel covers instead of solid plates, and using lap joint flanges where appropriate, can be incorporated where needed to reduce equipment costs.
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