GPE designs and fabricates various types of shell & tube heat exchangers for gas and liquid applications, and our solutions surpass other OEMs in performance, maintenance, and economy. For the process design, we have our own licensed simulation software (WINSIM) and for the thermal design, we use HTRI design software. The mechanical calculation is performed by licensed pVELITE. We have handled various gases, liquid and mixed-phase applications for industries like chemical, petrochemical, oil & gas, fertilizer, and steel.
We have built hundreds of custom-designed heat exchangers which have been supplied to leading national and international end-users.
Mostly for reboiler application. Can handle liquid and two phase.
For very dirty gas, where frequent cleaning is required. We have made a number of them for coke oven gas where tar and naphthalene gets deposited in the tube. We have also executed AEL NEN type.
This is for refrigeration evaporator application using ammonia, propylene and any other refrigerant. AKT/AKM can also be executed.
We use this mostly for oil coolers. Can also be used for gas and liquids. We have also used them as compressor after coolers.
These are used mostly for compressor coolers but can be adapted for various gas and liquid applications.
Most widely used exchanger for the process industry. Low to medium pressure application. Can be used for any gas or liquid. Also suited for compressor application as coolers.
Most dependable for medium to high pressures applications. We have built them for pressures up-to 300 bar g.
Classification Based On Service
|Cooler||Heat Exchanger||Heater||Condenser||Chiller||Re boiler|
|One stream process fluid and the other is water or air.||Both side process streams (not utility)||One stream process fluid and other is steam or hot oil||One stream is a condensing vapour and the other stream is cooling water or air.||One stream is process fluid being condensed at sub-atmospheric temperature and the other is a boiling refrigerant or process stream.||One stream is a bottom stream from a distillation column and the other is steam or hot oil.|