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Installation And Operation Manual

ULTRAMAX

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ALL-WELDED HEAT EXCHANGER

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2.3. Vents And Drains 2. You will need this information whenever you contact the factory.1.2.2.6.7.2.1.2. Preparation For Storage 13 5. Lifting The ULTRAMAX 2.2.4.2.8.2. Critical Operating Principles 3.1.1. Returns 6. Equipment Tag # Serial #* Drawing #* Model* * Tranter must have serial or drawing number to properly identify your equipment.2.3.2. Periodic Flow Rate Increases 10 10 10 11 11 1.5.3. Clean-in-place (CIP) Guidelines And Procedures 4. Maximum Differential Temperatures 1. External Leaks 4.) on each unit. Troubleshooting 4. Location And Mounting 2. Common System Hook-ups 2.1. Special Recommendations For Steam Service 2.1.2.1. For parts. Process Fluid Heating–Variable Flow Rate 9 9 9 9 9 EQUIPMENT LOG SHEET Upon delivery of your ULTRAMAX unit(s).3. Flow Rate Considerations 4 4 4 4 4. OPERATION 3.2.1. General Recommendations 2.2.1. always provide the manufacturer’s serial number of the exchanger. Mounting And Flow Control 2. Internal Leaks 11 11 11 11 2.2.2.2.3. Valving And Pumps 2. Vacuum Operation 5 5 6 6 6 6 7 7 7 8 8 4.).1. Information And Support 6. Filters 2.2.1. Shutting Down 3.3.4. ATTENTION: When ordering parts or service. Liquid/Liquid 2. Available parts are limited to frames and tie bolts.2.4. INTRODUCTION 1. CIP Control Strategies 12 12 13 4.3. Starting Up 3.2. service or performance ratings. Steam Or Vapor Condensing/Liquid 2.1. Authorized Service Centers 14 15 15 15 15 15 2. ULTRAMAX Design 1.3.2.1. contact one of Tranter’s authorized Service Centers (see contact information in Section 6.2. Process Fluid Heating–Constant Flow Rate 2. Cleaning The ULTRAMAX 4.1. Product Description And Types 1. 2 .4. NOMENCLATURE 6.TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.3. be sure to record the following information from the nameplate (see Figure 5. Damaged Shipments 6.1. INSTALLATION 2.2.3.3.2.4. Design Conditions 1. Piping 2. SERVICE LIMITS 1. ULTRAMAX Configurations 3 3 3 4 3.2.2. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 6. MAINTENANCE 4. This information appears in the General Assembly Drawing and on the exchanger’s nameplate.

operation and maintenance of your ULTRAMAX® AllWelded Heat Exchanger. Product Description And Types ULTRAMAX All-Welded Plate Heat Exchangers provide a high heat transfer rate in a very compact space. design pressure and temperature are marked on the nameplate. operation or maintenance attributed to failure to observe these instructions.2. The plate pack is enclosed in a welded core with nozzles and installed in a box of four bolted steel plates to provide pressure integrity to the plate core.1. at temperatures and pressures that are beyond the capability of gasketed plate & frame units.. the ULTRAMAX embossed metal plates are arranged alternately into cassettes and welded to form channels for hot and cold media. ULTRAMAX plate pack components. These must not be exceeded. Left Panel Top Panel Core Bottom Panel Right Panel Figure 1.1. steam and two-phase mixtures.. Exploded views of UM-48 through UM-107 (left) and UM-20 units.1. 1.1. For every individual ULTRAMAX unit. accepts no responsibility or liability for damage caused by incorrect installation. Page 14) with the process design specifications before installation to avoid the possibility of damage. ULTRAMAX Design Working in much the same way as a conventional.2. Inc. CAUTION: For each model.1. They are individually configured for challenging applications involving liquids. be sure to compare the operational ratings stamped on the nameplate (Figure 5. 3 . gases. You should study this manual thoroughly before operating the unit and follow the instructions with care. WARNING: Tranter. Plate Plate Cassette Plate Pack Figure 1. 1. INTRODUCTION This manual is intended as your general guide for the proper installation. gasketed plate & frame heat exchanger.

This could result in destructive water hammer that could damage the ULTRAMAX. The ULTRAMAX is an all-welded design. 1. a secondary heat exchanger with an intermediate loop should be used. since a drop below the 20% threshold could cause flashing in the ULTRAMAX and condensation in the piping. including the largest plate size in its class. ULTRAMAX exchangers should not be operated under vacuum or empty. such as batch processes. CAUTION: Unless specifically stamped on the nameplate.2.2.2. Exceeding this limitation may result in mechanical damage to the equipment.989 m2 (10. 1. low flow rate alarms should be built into the control circuit. The ULTRAMAX line offers six different plate lengths. The ULTRAMAX attains maximum efficiency and reliability when applied to steady state conditions. The ULTRAMAX exchanger should never be operated under conditions that exceed those stamped on the nameplate. For critical applications where any possibility of fluid intermixing must be avoided.1. ULTRAMAX Configurations Large-capacity or multi-pass configurations of the UM-20 unit incorporate up to five cores within a single frame.2.2. The hydraulic forces encountered under these conditions could damage the unit and pose a hazard to nearby personnel. Intermixing is possible in the event of a plate or weld failure.3.. a vacuum relief valve should be provided. 1. With units using steam. SERVICE LIMITS 1. Maximum Differential Temperatures The ULTRAMAX All-Welded Heat Exchanger is limited to a maximum differential temperature (hot fluid inlet temperature minus cold fluid inlet temperature) of 170°C (300°F). In applications where the temperature of the hot circuit fluid is higher than the saturation temperature of the cold circuit fluid. Design Conditions Design operating conditions for each ULTRAMAX heat exchanger appear stamped on the exchanger’s nameplate (see Figure 5. If vacuum conditions could be encountered in your application. Page 14) and are shown on the general arrangement drawing furnished with the unit. INTRODUCTION (continued) 1. Flow Rate Considerations The minimum flow rate is 10% of the rated flow rate as shown on the specifications sheet shipped with each unit. ULTRAMAX Plates.2.1. UM-107 UM-92 UM-77 UM-62 UM-48 UM-20 Figure 1. 4 . it is necessary to maintain a minimum of 20% of the rated flow rate in the cold circuit.65 ft2).1. other system components or nearby personnel.2. The unit is not normally recommended for dynamic applications.3. with an area of 0. superheated water or thermal fluid in the hot circuit.

1. 5 . INSTALLATION 2. Lifting The ULTRAMAX To lift the ULTRAMAX. Figure 2. The exchanger must only be moved by means of the lifting rings or lugs provided.1. use the lifting lugs provided for that purpose. Lifting the vertical configuration ULTRAMAX safely.2.2. Figure 2. Lifting the horizontal configuration ULTRAMAX safely. WARNING: Never lift the exchanger by the nozzle tubes or apply any forces to the connections while lifting.

Consult Table 2. 6 Follow piping recommendations to prevent stress on connections and enable efficient servicing. The unit should be mounted so that it fully drains and can be vented.3. General Recommendations Always follow generally accepted piping and equipment control practices.3. Shims As Necessary Anchor Bolts 2. 4.2. Position pipe supports no more than 2 m (79 in. INSTALLATION (continued) 2.2.2. Employ elbows and expansion couplings to accommodate thermal expansion. 3. to avoid overloading nozzles during installation and in the completed configuration. Nm (ft lb) 2 (2) 186 (137) 160 (120) 260 (190) 300 (220) 740 (540) 1600 (1180) 4500 (3320) 7600 (5600) 12000 (8850) Bending moment.1. 2.1. Piping 1. Nm (ft lb) 2 (2) 186 (137) 80 (60) 130 (95) 150 (110) 370 (270) 800 (590) 2200 (1660) 3800 (2800) 6000 (4425) 200 (8) 250 (10) 300 (12) Removable For Ease Of Access No More Than 2 m (79 in.2. Be sure to mount the unit in accordance with the orientation specified on the Application Data Sheet and drawings. Observing the following recommendations will help ensure long operating life and trouble-free maintenance. Provide sufficient clearance along each side of the unit to allow access to the connections.1. Location And Mounting 1. N (lb) N (lb) 452 (102) 795 (179) 600 (135) 750 (170) 1000 (225) 1400 (315) 2700 (605) 4400 (990) 5800 (1300) 7000 (1570) 452 (102) 795 (179) 600 (135) 750 (170) 1000 (225) 1400 (315) 2700 (605) 4400 (990) 5800 (1300) 7000 (1570) Torsion moment. Table 2.) From Connections Figure 2.5) 80 (3) 100 (4) 150 (6) Figure 2. 2. 3.2. Maximum Nozzle Loading Force Nozzle. Locate the exchanger in an area free of interference from piping or other equipment.2. 4. 2. . Horizontal and vertical configurations are constructed differently. pulsation and hydrodynamic shock that could damage the exchanger or its nozzles.4. DN (ANSI RF) 25 (1) 38 (1. Mount the ULTRAMAX securely using leveling shims as necessary and anchor bolts. Use shims as necessary to level the heat exchanger. Flush all approach piping thoroughly before connecting the unit. Mount the unit securely to the foundation using anchor bolts.5) 50 (2) 65 (2. Mounting And Flow Control 2. compression.) from the connections to prevent stress on the connection tubes. Direct Radial force.

Pumps serving the heat exchanger should be equipped with throttling valves. Vents And Drains Standard ULTRAMAX models are not supplied with vent and drain couplings. Filters The plate pack channel is designed for use with clean fluids. Pressure fluctuations resulting in pressure inversions between the channels may damage the plate pack and lead to intermixing. 2. Operating pressures must be as stable as possible. To prevent water hammer. Valving And Pumps 1. 3. 2.2. Globe or butterfly valves are recommended. If required. External filters should be used when solids are present. One circuit’s pressure should be higher than the other circuit by at least 1 bar (14. Position shut-off valves such that the exchanger can be unbolted and removed without having to remove the valves. allowing continuous self-venting.6. Gas condensation applications in which noncondensable gases are present. this can create “on/off ” behavior which may damage the heat exchanger. throttling-capable valves should be used. Control sequences should be planned to prevent thermal or mechanical stresses from occurring during start-up. 7 . 2. 4. Multi-pass designs. 6. fibers or particulate matter can plug this channel.2. Positive displacement pumps (especially reciprocating pumps) should be equipped with vibration dampers to minimize harmonics and pulsation. Positive displacement pumps must also be equipped with a pressure relief valve between the pump discharge and the heat exchanger inlet. two-stage valves or slow-acting. always connect the vent and drain couplings to the draining and venting circuits through valves.5 psig). 10. 2. a pressure reducing valve should be installed at the exchanger inlets. The following cases may dictate the use of vents and drains: 1. Two-phase flow in either circuit. NOTE: Any phase changes or degasification should be indicated at time of initial design. 9. 8. load swings and shut-down. Contact your factory representative to determine proper filtration procedures/devices.2. 3.4. 5. these should be maintained in good working order. thus. 7. please advise factory at the time of order or before final drawing approval. Do not oversize control valves. When the maximum pump discharge pressure exceeds the maximum design pressure of the exchanger. In these cases.2.5. The vent valve should always be open.

Install pressure relief valves and float & thermostatic (F&T) steam traps to prevent condensate accumulation in the plate pack channels.2. Correctly engineered condensate handling will prevent system-induced “stall” conditions. condensate pumps should be used to prevent backflow of condensate into the exchanger and system-induced “stall” conditions. protect equipment from damage. 2. Accordingly. This will protect the exchanger from possible water hammer damage.. Vacuum Operation If the ULTRAMAX exchanger will operate under either constant or intermittent vacuum (e.g. 3.8. make sure that the circuit of concern is rated for full vacuum as indicated on the Application Data Sheet and drawing. When the unit is operating with partial vacuum or when back pressure may exceed steam pressure.7.2. If it must be controlled on the condensate side. 2. Vacuum breakers and air vents should be installed at the plate pack channel inlet to prevent condensate backflow into the plate due to the vacuum produced by condensation of steam during shut-down. ATTENTION: Tranter is not a steam system design company. INSTALLATION (continued) 2. Install a vacuum break at the outlets to prevent liquid backflow and water hammer problems. improve thermal control and save energy.5. Special Recommendations For Steam Service 1. control the process on the steam side. If the ULTRAMAX is used as a steam condenser. 4. ����� ���� ��� ������� ������� ����� ������������ ���� PLC ������� ��� T ������� �� �������� ������� ������������ ������������������ ���������������� ��������������� ���������� �������� Figure 2. the condensate control valve should operate within 80–110% of its range to avoid “on/off ” cycling. 8 . under upset conditions). Tranter is not liable for ULTRAMAX units that fail when employed in substandard steam system designs. Buyers should consult professional steam system engineers.2.

1. recondensing and water hammer in the piping. ��������� A basic fluid heating control scheme using bypass loop control.6. ����� ������ 2. the exchanger uses chilled water to condense vapor. since systems usually operate with a constant cooling medium flow rate. Process Fluid Heating–Constant Flow Rate The control strategy is based on condensate control. a bypass system should be configured for more accurate process control. Before relying on the information contained in this IOM. ��� ����� 2.2. A basic fluid heating control scheme using condensate control. Process Fluid Heating–Variable Flow Rate ������������� Figure 2. As a process condenser. failure. ATTENTION: Tranter assumes no liability for or relating to the delay.8. Generally no control is installed. The user must design and install process control systems to meet the needs of the specific application. A basic liquid/liquid control scheme. ������� ����� PLC T PLC ���������� ��������������� ��������� ���� ������� ����� T Figure 2. but not controlled. Consult steam tables for accurate sizing. The loop controller regulates the recirculation flow rate. eliminating the possibility of “on/off ” operation that could damage the exchanger through fatigue and stress. Buyers should obtain appropriate professional advice from a professional process design company. the condensate outlet must be much smaller than the steam inlet. The cold channel process flow rate must be coordinated with the hot channel heat transfer rate specified for the exchanger.4.3. completeness and relevance for individual applications. For balanced flow velocities. ����� �� PLC T ��������� ���� ���������� ������� ����� ����� ������ T � ������� ����� Figure 2. which is an ideal application for the ULTRAMAX. Common System Hook-ups Only typical control systems are shown. In heating applications. the hot channel flow is set. Energy delivered to the process fluid will be steady and constant. In this strategy. interruption or corruption of any ULTRAMAX unit in connection with use of this IOM. operating within 80–110% of its range to avoid “on/off ” behavior. This valve must not be oversized. Liquid/Liquid In a basic system. The return temperature is dependent on the heat load. 2. a ratio of 1:4 is generally acceptable. always maintain a minimum of 20% maximum flow rate in the cold channel to prevent the possibility of flashing. The temperature signal at the process outlet processed by a PID-based loop controller regulates the condensate control valve downstream of the steam trap. ���������� �������� ������ ��������� ���� Figure 2. 9 .2.9. ��� If the process flow rate varies. irrespective of the steam flow rate.3. The control valve must not be oversized. the temperature transducer signal at the process outlet controls the control valve at the service inlet through a PID-based controller. ������� A basic heating (steam condensing) control scheme. currency.7.3.3.3. Steam Or Vapor Condensing/Liquid In a continuous process. buyers should independently verify its accuracy.3. to attain the target outlet temperature. steam condenses within the exchanger while heating a fluid. 2.

Starting Up 1. Starting up and shutting down should be managed to minimize differential expansion between the plate pack and panel assemblies. ensure that the approach piping is free of scale or contamination that may clog the fluid passages. 9. never leave the steam on with the liquid side turned off. 7. Fully open the shut-off valve at the outlet (if one was installed). The maximum temperature rise measured at the hot channel outlet should be no more than approximately 10°C (18°F) per min. Follow the stated start-up and shut-down steps in order. 10 . Sudden opening and closing of the valves will subject the exchanger to mechanical and thermal shock and may cause material fatigue. Establish Steam Flow 1. Starting up and shutting down should be managed to minimize differential expansion between the plate pack and shell assemblies. 10. which are critical in preventing damage to the unit. Valves must be set to open and close gradually. Wait several minutes.1. OPERATION 3. Shut Off Cold Channel Flow Figure 3. Always establish the cold side flow first. if suspected. Water hammer. 6. then repeat Steps 5–9 for the hot side. 2. 5. Make sure the cold side inlet valve between the pump and ULTRAMAX unit is closed. Always shut down the hot side first. then the hot side flow. 2. 4. Shut Off Steam Flow 1. Follow the stated start-up and shut-down steps in order. or damage may result to the ULTRAMAX. to fully open the inlet valve. 3.2. Open the vent valve to evacuate air. Make sure that all inlet and outlet connections are tight.2. CAUTION: In steam applications. If feasible. 6. must be diagnosed and eliminated. Inspect the unit carefully for integrity. the temperature rise should be as slow as possible. the temperature rise should be as slow as possible. 3. The maximum temperature rise measured at the hot channel outlet should be no more than approximately 10°C (18°F) per min. Slowly open the feed valve. Pumps should always be started against closed valves. 8. Close the vent valve when all air has been removed. Establish Cold Channel Flow 2. 1. then the cold side. Start the pump. 5. then the hot side. 3. 2. taking approximately 5 min. If feasible. Always start the cold side first. Figure 3. Critical Operating Principles All operators should familiarize themselves with the following operating principles.3. 4. After extended storage or time off-line. Turn the steam off first and on last.1.

Gradual reduction in heat transfer performance.2. then repeat the procedure for the cold side. If high. Contact Tranter for advice.3. Reduction in thermal performance. 4. Execute CIP procedures (see Section 4.1.2. Shutting Down Follow Steps 1–4 for the hot side first. Troubleshooting SYMPTOM POSSIBLE CAUSES CORRECTIVE ACTION REMARKS External leakage at box panels. A unit with internal leaks requires factory service or replacement. Backflush or utilize CIP procedures. Investigate and install proper filtration. If high. Periodic Flow Rate Increases The rate of heat transfer surface fouling is affected by fluid velocity. If water hammer is suspected as cause.1. Always decrease the flow to the hot side until closed.3. Re-evaluate cleaning schedule to avoid unscheduled shut-downs.7. contact the factory for advice. Close the outlet valves. Plate(s) cracked (water hammer) or hole in plate (corrosion). contact the factory for advice. 5.4.1. External Leaks External leaks emerging from the box panel joints indicate rupture of the plate pack core. 2. for recommendations. Fouling in the internal plate and/or pressure core channel. MAINTENANCE 4. Tranter recommends that the flow rate be increased if possible at regular intervals. The unit requires factory service or replacement. Then shut down the cold side flow. 1. check the chloride content of the fluids. large particulate or debris. 4. The frequency and duration of this preventive cleaning practice will vary depending on operating fluid velocities and fouling tendencies of the medium. Contact Tranter for advice. Sudden reduction in heat transfer performance.1. If corrosion is suspected as the cause of the failure. Contact Tranter for advice. 4. Drain and vent the unit. Switch off the pump. Cracked plate pack core. 3. check the chloride content of the fluids. Repeat Steps 1–4 for the cold side.2. 4. Plate cracked (water hammer) or hole in plate (corrosion). 11 . see Section 2. Slug. 3.). Internal leak (cross contamination). The increased turbulence within the channel retards the rate of fouling. If corrosion is suspected as the cause of the failure. Slowly close the hot side inlet valves. Internal Leaks Internal plate leaks result in cross contamination between the two circuits. no increase in pressure drop.

phosphoric. or sulfamic acid (To improve cleaning add detergent to acid. 6. Do not use hydrochloric acids. 3. 3.2.5 m/sec (28 ft/sec).2. can tend to scale or foul the plates over time.) Back flush per cleaning-in-place procedure below Sodium carbonate or sodium hydroxide Alumina. Oakite 131 Citric. Accumulation of deposits inside the process circuit reduce the heat transfer rate and cause excessive pressure drops through the system. silicates SUGGESTED CLEANERS Citric. Some fluids under certain temperature and pressure conditions. pump the cleaning solution opposite the normal flow direction for back-flushing action. 5. while compatible with ULTRAMAX technology. If the cooling circuit uses seawater. CAUTION: 1. 4. nitric. When mixing the cleaning solution. use centrifugal CIP pumps that can attain the CIP flow rate and operating pressure gradually.5 times the normal working flow rate. frequency and cleaning solutions to remove deposits without damaging the plates. 2. flush this channel also. with stainless steel.1 CIP Cleaning Solutions TYPE OF FOULING Calcium sulphate.41 to 9 volumes of water). MAINTENANCE (continued) 4. silt Barnacles. Do not use hydrochloric acid (HCl or muriatic acid) for cleaning stainless steel plates. Caustic soda and concentrated nitric acid can cause serious injuries to skin and mucous membrane. Clean-in-place (CIP) Guidelines And Procedures 1. wood chips Biological growth 4. Limit cleaning solution concentration to 4% in strength. until the effluent water is clear. flush the exchanger and approach piping with clean water. phosphoric or sulfamic acid Calcium carbonate 10% nitric acid (1 volume concentrated nitric acid with specific gravity 1. If high CIP flow rates cannot be attained. as an all-welded unit. CAUTION: Always add cleaning solution concentrates to the dilution water and mix well before circulation begins. Table 4. mussels. use a solution capable of dissolving deposits at lower flow rates and/or lengthen the CIP cleaning cycle. 40–50°C (100–120°F).1. fresh water. When handling any cleaning solutions. nitric. closely follow the safety recommendations provided by the cleaning solution manufacturer. always add acid to water. 3. is essentially a welded pressure vessel that cannot be disassembled in its standard configuration. Drain both channels and flush the process circuit with cold. seaweed. Cleaning The ULTRAMAX The ULTRAMAX Heat Exchanger is engineered and constructed for many years of reliable performance. 2. Flush both channels with warm water. with temperatures not exceeding 140°F unless otherwise specified. 2. After completing the cleaning cycle. or water containing in excess of 300 ppm chlorides. Always wear protective goggles and rubber gloves. 4. Do not use phosphoric or sulfamic acid for cleaning titanium plates. metal oxides.4. without exceeding the maximum nozzle velocity of 8. When diluting acid. 12 . The ULTRAMAX. Pump the cleaning solution at flow rates up to 1. Following are some general guidelines for cleaning. The operator must establish optimal methods. 7. Hydraulic shock must be avoided. 1. 5. If possible. use chloride-free or low chloride water with a low hardness value. where possible. The same design that gives the ULTRAMAX its performance also makes in-line maintenance the only practical cleaning strategy.

showing isolation valves and countercurrent cleaning. 4. be certain the unit is completely drained to avoid freezing-induced fracture.1.) • Differential pressure across plate pack • Differential temperature across plate pack The differential methods require optional transducers and establishment of a differential setpoint that. Basic CIP configuration for one ULTRAMAX channel. etc. daily.Process In Process In Cleaning Solution Out CIP Cleaning Solution Tank Self-Priming Pump pH Cleaning Solution In Monitoring Probe Process Out Process Out Figure 4. thoroughly flush both channels using fresh water with low chloride content to prevent pitting corrosion of the stainless steel plates. CIP Control Strategies Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) may be used to manage either the CIP process using a choice of several strategies. 13 . Figure 4. when exceeded. 4. Preparation For Storage If the ULTRAMAX is shut down during winter.3. initiates a single or multiple cleaning cycles that loop until the differential widens to clean or near-clean conditions. For extended shut-downs.2. The elements of a CIP system under pH control. including: • Timed backflushing events (hourly.2.2.

1.7 bar (300 psi) MS = 34. NOMENCLATURE Nozzle Class S=4. L=10 and 12 in. Inc. ULTRAMAX identity plate and nameplate.9mm) UMS-107-M-09-US-64 Heat Transfer Surface Area Per Plate (10 x ft2) Theta Of Plate (M=Medium) Number Of Heat Transfer Plates Figure 5. 14 . ULTRAMAX model code sequence.3 bar (150 psi) SS = 20. Pressure Class US = 10.5.2. at Phone: (800) 414-6908 � � ��� ���������� Figure 5.5 bar (500 psi) ULTRAMAX Plate Thickness (09=0. ������������� � ������������� �������������������� �������������� ����������������������� ����� � ������������� �� � � ��� � � � �� �� � ���� ��� �� ��� For additional information on this unit. contact Tranter. 6 and 8 in.

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