The teams customer centric approach, company accreditations and extensive prequalification's have enabled us to participate in some fantastic projects over the years. The experience gained whilst doing so is invaluable, take a look at the highlights below.
Two of eight shown. Each one of these vertically mounted reboilers weighed in at over 43,500kgs and contain in excess of 3,500 x carbon steel SA179 tubes with a two pass strength welded tube to tueb sheet joint
Six of the fifteen exchangers on this project were for an FPSO's produced water cooling system. In the six duplex stainless steel items alone, there was in excess of 81KM of tube, 2KM of defect free butt welds and 4km of defect free weld overlay.
This project involved multiple bays of ACHE's in HFA Service, designed and manufactured to Shell Globals DEP's. Cover plate headers, low noise fans, embedded fins, and variable speed drives prevailed throughout the designs.
Using our Serck archive of drawings we were able to convert this elliptical finned tube design into a round tube/plate fin design. Compressor performance and cooler life expectancy have both increased as a consequence.
Serck type, high-intensity seawater cooled units, designed & manufactured for steep thermal gradients when cooling oil throughout a variety of systems on board a nuclear submarine.
We supply low and high volumes of this type of tubestack to the marine and power-generation industries all over the world, particularly the USA, mainland Europe and the Far East.
One of the management teams largest and most successful projects. This project involved, aluminium brass tubes, carbon steel tubes and in excess of 12,000 low finned duplex stainless steel tubes.
Heavy duty bundles for cooling demineralized water in a dust laden steel making plant. With unique access to the middle of the bundles for cleaning, plant availability has increased dramatically.
These heavy-duty coolers were designed and manufactured for a 25-year life expectancy, even when operating in a hostile offshore environment and with a design pressure of 176BarG.
Nuclear, coal-fired and hydro-electric power plants have been relying on Serk EDG coolers (often with seismic qualifications) for decades. We continue to provide like for like spares and replacements throughout the UK fleet.
Turbine Halls and Reactor Buildings around the world are riddled with our Serck type coolers. We've supplied many like for liek repalcment tubestacks in non-ferrous and corrosion resistant alloys.
These Air Cooler Bundles were produced with pipe manifold headers, using alloy825 materials and had a design pressure of 163BarG, demanding a highly pedantic approach to quality control, just how we like it.
Mission critical, marine quality drains coolers with high integrity copper nickel bundles for military applications.
These comapct, high efficiency coolers can still be found on hundreds of ships engines around the world. Once mass produced in Birmingham, now custome made in Sheffield
This vertically mounted, high integrity piece was full of challenges during manufacture. The HF service application meant that the project involved highly onerous material restrictions and manufacturing techniques.
We still produce an array of Serck charge air coolers for Mirlees Blackstone, MAN, CAT and Wartsillaland and marine based engines all over the world
The North Sea remains a good home for our products. These MP, HP and Dehydration inlet coolers (involving twelve bundles) were fabricated in duplex stainless steel with plugged box headers at one end and return bends at the other.
A 40t AES type (floating head) condenser, manufactured with low temperature carbon steel shell and channel with an aluminium brass tube bundle.
Serck type, forced draught, ultra-quiet coolers with tube side enhancement and high integrity external coating system for a corrosive coastal environment.
These 4 x 27ft Replacement U Tube Bundles were designed and manufactured using a rod type baffle to reduce the risk of failures through shell side flow induced vibration.
Safety critical pieces like these, designed to the ASME BPVC, the PED and a variety of client specific GEMS are crucial for continued plant availability in the petrochemical sector.