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A wide variety of angle valves,valves,vent valves , vessels , stirrers , heat exchangers are described in this section. All the valves are made of Borosilicate
Glass body & PTFE plug so that process fluid just comes in contact with Glass & PTFE only.
Borosilicate Glass body permits the visual checking of the operation.

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  1. 1. VALVESA wide variety of valves are described in this section. All the valves are made of BorosilicateGlass body & PTFE plug so that process fluid just comes in contact with Glass & PTFE only.BorosilicateGlassbodypermitsthevisualcheckingoftheoperation.All the valves are suitable for operation under full vacuum conditions & a maximumtemperatureof200C.BorosilicateValvesareavailablefromDN25toDN50.Biggersizevalvesareavailableonrequest.
  2. 2. R17STRAIGHT THROUGH VALVESVALVESCat.Ref. DN DN1 d L HPV0.7 15 15 10 125 125PV1* 25 25 18 175 175PV1.5/1 40 25 18 225 175PV1.5* 40 40 26 225 200PV2 50 50 38 300 220Spindles are made of PTFE.DRAIN VALVESCat.Ref. DN DN1 d L H DPVD0.7 15 15 10 125 125 15PVD1* 25 25 18 175 175 28PVD1.5/1* 40 25 18 225 175 28PVD1.5* 40 40 26 225 200 42PVD2 50 50 38 300 220 50Cat.Ref. DN DN1 d L H DegreePVE0.7 15 15 10 50 85 90PVE1* 25 25 18 100 175 90PVE1/80* 25 25 18 100 175 80PVE1.5 40 40 26 150 200 90PVE2 50 50 38 150 220 90ANGLE VALVESVENT VALVESCat.Ref. DN D d L L1PVV0.7 15 11 10 125 -PVV1* 25 11 10 150 85PVV1.5 40 11 10 150 95HLDNDN1DNdDdLDNDN1HLHLDNDNDN1 80°LDNL1Dd dd
  3. 3. Cat.Ref. DN D d L L1 L2 L3PVW 1/07 25 12 10 280 55 85 160PVW 1.5/07 40 12 10 280 65 85 160R18VENT / VACUUM VALVESBOTTOM OUTLET VALVESThese valves prevent the accumulation of solids or liquid in the bottom outlet of a vessel.This valve can be incorporated in any spherical or cylindrical vessel.Cat.Ref. DN DN1 DN2 d L L1 L2 BBAL1 25 25 25 18 260 105 150 190BAL1.5* 40 25 25 26 260 105 150 190BAL2 50 40 25 38 260 105 150 190VALVESL2DDNL3LLL1DNDN1DN1B45°L2dd
  4. 4. VESSELS
  5. 5. R19SPHERICAL VESSEL - General DataVESSELSNominal Bulb Working MaximumCapacity Cap. Cap. Pressure(Ltrs.) (Ltrs.) (Ltrs.) (Bar)5 5 4 110 10 9 0.820 21 20 0.750 62 58 0.5100 118 111 0.4200 212 200 0.3300 300 300 0.2500 500 500 0.1NominalCapacity L D DN T DN1 B DN2 P DN3 S(Ltrs.)5 425 223 50 85 25 125 25 50 40 7510 500 285 80 100 25 125 25 50 40 7520 575 350 100 100 25 125 25 50 40 7550 800 490 150 150 40 200 40 75 100 100100 900 600 225 150 40 200 40 75 100 100200 1100 750 300 250 40 200 40 75 100 100300 1175 860 400 250 50 175 50 75 100 100500 1400 1000 450 250 50 200 50 75 150 165SINGLE NECK SPHERICAL VESSELSCat. NominalRef. Capacity L DNVSA5 5 L 300 50VSA10 10 L 375 80VSA20 20 L 450 100VSA50 50 L 600 150VSA100 100 L 700 225VSA200 200 L 900 300VSA300 300 L 1000 400VSA500 500 L 1200 450THREE NECK BOTTOM OUTLET SPHERICAL VESSELSCat. NominalRef. Capacity L DN DN1 DN2VSM5 5 L 450 50 25 25VSM10 10 L 500 80 25 25VSM20 20 L 575 100 25 25VSM50 50 L 800 150 40 40VSM100 100 L 900 225 40 40VSM200 200 L 1100 300 40 40VSM300 300 L 1175 400 50 50VSM500 500 L 1400 450 50 50FOUR NECK BOTTOM OUTLET SPHERICAL VESSELSCat. NominalRef. Capacity L DN DN1 DN2 Dn3VSPL5 5 L 425 50 25 25 40VSPL10 10 L 500 80 25 25 40VSPL20 20 L 575 100 25 25 40VSPL50 50 L 800 150 40 40 100VSPL100 100 L 900 225 40 40 100VSPL200 200 L 1100 300 40 40 100VSPL300 300 L 1175 400 50 50 100VSPL500 500 L 1400 450 50 50 150LDNWorkingCapacityBulbCapacityDTBPDNDN2 DN3DN110°45° SDNDN2DN1DN1LDNDN2DN1DN1LDN3L
  6. 6. R20* marked items are available fast.Cat. NominalRef. Capacity L DN DN1 DN2 Dn3VSL5 5 L 425 50 25 25 40VSL10 10 L 500 80 25 25 40VSL20 20 L 575 100 25 25 40VSL50 50 L 800 150 40 40 100VSL100* 100 L 900 225 40 40 100VSL200* 200 L 1100 300 40 40 100VSL300 300 L 1175 400 50 50 100VSL500 500 L 1400 450 50 50 150VESSELSFIVE NECK BOTTOM OUTLET SPHERICAL VESSELFIVE NECK BOTTOM OUTLET SPHERICAL VESSELCat. NominalRef. Capacity L DN DN1 DN2 Dn3VS 5 5 L 425 50 25 25 40VS 10 10 L 500 80 25 25 40VS 20 20 L 575 100 25 25 40VS 50 50 L 800 150 40 40 100VS 100* 100 L 900 225 40 40 100VS 200* 200 L 1100 300 40 40 100VS 300 300 L 1175 400 50 50 100VS 500 500 L 1400 450 50 50 150SPHERICAL VESSELS WITH NOZZLE AT 90°Cat. NominalRef. Capacity L DN DN1 DN2 Dn3VSD5 5 L 425 50 25 25 50VSD10 10 L 500 80 25 25 50VSD20 20 L 575 100 25 25 50VSD50 50 L 800 150 40 40 80VSD100 100 L 900 225 40 40 80VSD200 200 L 1100 300 40 40 150VSD300 300 L 1175 400 50 50 150VSD500 500 L 1400 450 50 50 150Thesevessels are used in Circulatory BoilerSystemand are to be supported on a vesselholder.Morenozzlescanbeprovidedontheequatoronrequestforspecialrequirements.SPHERICAL CYCLONESCyclonescanbeusedfortheseperationofdropletsandsolidsfromgasesandvapours.Cyclonesaretobesupportdonavesselholder.Adippipeshouldbeusedonthetopneck.Cat. NominalRef. Capacity L DN DN1 DN2 Dn3VSCY5 5 L 425 50 25 25 40VSCY10 10 L 500 80 25 25 40VSCY20 20 L 575 100 25 25 50VSCY50 50 L 800 150 40 40 50DN3DNDN3DNDN2DN2DN1DN2DN3DNDN2DN2DN1DN3DN3DNDN1DN3LDNDN2DN3DN1L
  7. 7. R21SPHERICAL RECEIVERSVESSELSCat. Nominal (100) (100)Ref. Capacity L DN DN1 DN2 Dn3VR5* 5 L 350 25 25 25VR10* 10 L 425 25 25 25VR20* 20 L 500 25 25 25VR50 50 L 675 40 25 25VRB5 5 L 350 25 25 25 25VRB10 10 L 425 25 25 25 25VRB20 20 L 500 25 25 25 25VRB50 50 L 675 40 25 25 25Receivers are provided with builtin drip pipe. These are to be supported on a vesselholding ring.ADDITION VESSELSThese vessels are provided with a short bottom outlet. These should be supported on avessel holder/ holding ring.Cat. Nominal L DN DN1Ref. CapacityVA5 5 L 375 360 50VA10* 10 L 435 80 25VA20 20 L 510 100 25VA50 50 L 675 150 40VA100 100 L 775 225 40VA200 200 L 975 300 40VA300 300 L 1075 400 50VA500 500 L 1400 450 50SPHERICAL VESSELS WITH WIDE BOTTOM OUTLETThese vessels are generally used to fit immersion exchangers in the bottom. Specialheating mantle or bath should be used if used with.Cat. NominalRef. Capacity L DN DN1 DN2 Dn3VSR50 50 L 750 150 150 40 100VSR100 100 L 850 225 150 40 100VSR200 200 L 1050 300 150 40 100VSE50 50 L 800 150 225 40 100VSE100 100 L 900 225 225 40 100VSE200 200 L 1100 300 225 40 100LDNDN1DNDN2DN2DN3DN1LDN3DNDN1LDN2o10 o10
  8. 8. R22VESSELSTo fit a bottom outlet valve (BAL type) all spherical and cylindrical vessels can be suppliedwith valve seat in bottom outlet. For this, Add a suffix "/B" to the catalogue reference of avessel,fore.g.VSL50’shouldbementionedasVSL50/B.VESSELS WITH BOTTOM OUTLET VALVE SEATNotes on use of Spherical vessesls.1. Generally, the centre nozzle, referred as DN in all types of vessels, is used for eitherstirrer fixing or if stirrer is not fixed, for vapour outlet.2. The bottom outlet, referred as DN1 in all types is used for drain. However, in typeVSR & VSE, it is also used for fixing immersion heat exchanger.3. The small side nozzles, referred as DN2 in all types, are used(a) to fix thermometer pocket or,(b) to fix dip pipe for liquid inlet or,(c) to fix sparger for gas purging or,(d) to fix vacuum control or vent valve or,(e) for solid addition.4. The bigger side nozzle, referred as Dn3, is used for vapour outlet where stirrer isfixed on centre neck. It can also be used for cleaning in case centre neck is used forvapour outlet.5. Vessels having long bottom outlet, viz VSM, VSPL, VSL, VS etc, can be supported in aheating mantle of heating bath. However, vessels having short bottom outlet, viz VSD, VSCY, VR, VA etc. are to be supported on a vessel holder only. In case of veselsupto 20L size, vessel holding rings can be used instead of vessel holder.CYLINDRICAL VESSELSCat. NominalRef. Capacity DN DN1 L L1VZ5/4* 5 L 100 25 700 175VZ10/6* 10 L 150 25 700 175VZ20/9* 20 L 225 25 750 175VZ50/12* 50 L 300 40 1000 175VZ100/18 100 L 450 40 900 175VZ150/16 150 L 400 40 1400 175VZ200/18 200 L 450 40 1500 175VZ300/24 300 L 600 50 1300 175Cylindrical vessels of 50 Litres and above must be supported in a vessel holder.Otheraccessories,like stirrers,baths, vesselholdersetc,forcylindrical vesselscan besuppliedtospecialorders.CYLINDRICAL VESSEL COVERSCat. Ref. DN DN1 DN2 LVZA4* 100 - 2x25 200VZA6* 150 - 2x40 200VZA9* 225 50 3x25 250VZA12* 300 80 3x40 250VZA16 400 100 3x40 275VZA18 450 100 4x40 275VZA24 600 100 4x40 300DN1KETTLESCat. NominalRef. Capacity DN DN1 L L1 dKZ200 200 L 300 40 1400 175 485KZ350 350 L 400 50 1500 175 620Kettles are similar to cylindrical vessels but having a reduced top neck.DN1DNLL1DN1DN2 DN2LDNDNLdDN1L1
  9. 9. R23VESSELSJACKETTED VESSELSFor special applications, cylindrical vessels can be supplied with a jacket for heating orcooling. Jacket is sealed to the vessel with Viton O ring and other sealing compositions.The seal prevents high stresses between vessel and jacket by allowing the movementflexibilitybetween twoduetothermalexpansion.GlassJacketsGlass Jacket can be used for a maximum operating pressure of 0.5 bar and a maximumooperating temperature of 130 C in jacket. The temperature difference between jacket &0vessel should not beexceedthan120 CCat. ForRef. Vessel DN DN1 d L L1DP20/1* 20 L 25 25 12 300 100DP50/1.5* 50 L 40 25 19 400 100DP100/1.5* 100 L 40 25 19 500 100DP200/1.5* 200 L 40 25 19 600 100DIP PIPESDip pipes are used as liquid inlet for spherical vessels.SHORT DIP PIPESShort dip pipes are used as re-entry tubes for vessels, heat exchangers etc.Cat.Ref. DN DN1 d L L1DP1/1* 25 25 12 100 100DP1.5/1* 40 25 19 100 100DP1.5/1.5 40 40 19 100 100DP2/1 50 25 25 100 100DP2/1.5 50 40 25 100 100DP3/1.5 80 40 37 100 125DP4/1 100 25 25 100 150DP4/2 100 50 50 100 150Cat. Ref. L L1 L2 A B D1 D2 DN DN1 DN2 TYPEVZD5/6 500 325 125 75 275 165 215 150 25 25 AVZD10/9 575 400 125 90 340 230 280 225 25 25 BVZD20/12 625 450 125 100 385 315 370 300 25 40 BVZD30/12 750 575 175 100 510 315 370 300 25 40 BVZD50/12/14 1050 875 175 - - 315 365 300 25 40 CVZD50/16/20 825 650 175 - - 415 500 400 25 40 CVZD100/20/24 955 780 175 - - 516 600 500 25 40 CVZD200/24/28 1175 1000 175 - - 615 700 600 25 40 CJACKETTED VESSELS (TRIPLE WALL)Goel is presenting Flexi (Detachable) “Transparent Double Jacketed Vessel” to maintain theleadingpositioninindustrybywayofdevelopingindigenouslynewerproductswithhighervaluetowardstheirMissionandtocaterthecustomerviainnovation.Salient FeaturesVacuum Jacket ensures- Transparent insulation.- Minimum heat loss- Process visibility.- Minimize frost formation for cryogenics operation.Vacuum Jacket & main vessels are detachable ensures- Ease of cleaning.- No breakages due to thermal expansion.- Partial Replacement of any part can be possible reduce the maintenance cost.Cat. Ref. L L1 L2 A B D1 D2 DN DN1 DN2VZT5/6/8 620 350 175 75 310 215 275 150 25 25VZT10/9/12 700 420 175 90 370 315 390 225 25 25VZT20/12/14 675 500 175 125 368 365 423 300 25 40VZT50/16/18 825 650 175 200 350 465 523 400 25 40ADN1DND1D2BL1LL2DN1DN2o70L1LdDNDN1DNL1LdTYPE 1L1LDNdTYPE 2ALL1BD1D2L2O45TYPE-BDNDN1DN1DN2DNDN1ALL1BD1D2L2DN1DN2O45L1LAD1L2DN2DN1D2DN
  10. 10. R24VESSELSGas spargers are used for gas feed/sparging in the vessels.GAS SPARGERSFor No.ofCat.Ref. Vessel DN DN1 d L L1 HolesSPG20/1 20 L 25 25 12 300 100 5x1mmSPG50/1.5 50 L 40 25 19 400 100 5x1mmSPG100/1.5 100 L 40 25 19 500 100 5x1mmSPG200/1.5 200 L 40 25 19 600 100 5x1mmTHERMOMETER POCKETSCat. ForRef. Vessel DN d L L1TP20/1* 20 L 25 12 300 50TP50/1.5* 50 L 40 19 400 50TP100/1.5* 100 L 40 19 500 50TP200/1.5* 200 L 40 19 600 50HEATING MANTLESHeating Mantle is used for electrical heating of cylindrical as well as spherical vessels. Alsoavailable in flameproof & non-flame proof models. The flaneproof heating mantle is similar tonormal mantle but the main difference is in construction of heating elements. Heatingelements is flameproof by covering it in magnesium oxide powder & SS metal tube. Heaterterminal terminate in flameproof cold junction terminal enclosure. All electrical control likeregulator,switch,indicatinglamp,relayetc.fittedinflameproofswitchencloser.Wecanalsoprovideflameproofdigitaltemperatureindicatorcumcontrollerwithsensor.Vessel Circ- SupplyCat.Ref. Size D L Watts uits VoltsJMD5 5 L 320 190 750 1 230JMD10* 10 L 380 220 1200 2 230JMD20 20 L 485 285 2000 3 230JMD50 50 L 600 345 3700 3 415JMD100 100 L 790 470 6000 3 415JMD200 200 L 920 530 7500 3 415Vessel Circ- SupplyCat.Ref. Size D L Watts uits VoltsJMD5/F 5 L 330 200 600 1 230JMD10/F 10 L 440 220 1000 2 230JMD20/F 20 L 510 285 2000 3 230JMD50/F 50 L 610 350 3600 3 415JMD100/F 100 L 790 430 5200 3 415JMD 200/F 200 L 940 510 8400 3 415L1LdDNL1LDNdDL
  11. 11. R25HEATING BATHSVESSELSHeatingbathsareusedforelectricalorsteamheatingofglass vessels. Depending upon thetemperaturerequirements,different types of thermic fluids or water can be used as heatingmedia. Heating baths are provided with a pair of encased heaters with controller box, a coil forpassingthesteamorcoolingwater,a cushioned vessel holding ring, a bottom outlet sealingarrangement,alid andthreadedsockettypeintletsandoutlets.Cat.Ref. Vessel d L Watts HTA HTASize Vessel CoilsSBH20 20 L 480 340 2x2000 0.25 0.4SBH50* 50 L 615 415 2x3000 0.5 0.6SBH100 100 L 720 535 2x4000 0.7 1SBH200 200 L 900 620 2x5000 1 1.5VESSEL HOLDERSCOOLING BATHSCooling baths are used for cooling the glass vessel with ice crystals. Cooling Baths areprovided with a vessel holding ring, bottom outlet sealing arrangement and a lid.Cat.Ref. Vessel d LSizeBHC20 20 L 480 340BHC50 50 L 615 415BHC100 100 L 720 535BHC200 200 L 900 620Vessel holders are made of cast aluminum with a plaster lining shaped to fit thevessel. These are to be supported on 3 jacking bolts.Cat.Ref. Vessel D d LSizeVSS20* 20 L 325 230 100VSS50* 50 L 390 230 100VSS100 100 L 410 250 100VSS200 200 L 700 400 215These metal rings are wrapped with asbestos rope and are to be supported on twojacking bolts.Cat.Ref. Vessel d LSizeVRS2 2 L 100 15VRS5* 5 L 150 15VRS10* 10 L 215 15VESSEL HOLDING RINGSDdLLddLdL
  12. 12. R26VESSELSDecantation is a process of separation of two immiscible liquids having different densities.Whentheseliquidsallowedtosettleformstwodistinctlayers,havieratbottomandlighter a ttop.GoelhasdevelopedaDecantorwhichissuitableforcontinuousdecantation.The mixture of liquids is continuously fed in the Decantor at low velocity. This allow sufficientresidencetimefortheformationofseparatelayers.Thelightphaseliquidis c o n t i n u o u s l yremovedfromthelightphaseoutletatthetop.Theheavyphaseliquidenters the dip pipe atlowerendandoverflowinthedischargepipeandisremovedfromthebottom.Goels Decantor provides continuous separation, visual monitoring, and ensurseparation evenafterfeedisstopped.Decantors can be provided with Adjustable overflow valve, (Type B) to adjust the position ofinterfacefordifferentoperatingsituations.DECANTORSHeavy LightPhase PhaseCat. Nominal Inlet Outlet Drain Outlet VentRef. Capacity L DN DN1 DN2 DN3 DN4 DN5 DN6 DN7 TypeSPS20 20 L 800 80 25 50 25 25 25 25 50 ASPS50 50 L 1025 100 40 50 25 25 40 40 50 ASPS100 100 L 1175 150 40 50 25 25 40 40 50 ASPS200 200 L 1475 225 40 50 25 25 40 40 50 ASPA20 20 L 1000 80 25 50 25 25 25 25 50 BSPA50 50 L 1225 100 40 50 25 25 40 40 80 BSPA100 100 L 1375 150 40 50 25 25 40 40 80 BSPA200 200 L 1675 225 40 50 25 25 40 40 80 BDecantors can also be constructed with horizontal cylindrical vessels(Cat.ref. HPS or HPA) to provide larger seperating surface.HPAHPSDN1DN4DRAINHEAVYPHASEDN6VENTDN7DNLIGHTPHASEDN2DN3LTYPE - ADN5DN1DN4DRAINHEAVYPHASEDN6VENTDN7DNLIGHTPHASEDN2DN3TYPE - BLDN5
  13. 13. STIRRERSA variety of stirrer & stirrer drives are available to use glass vessels as agitated reactionequipment.1. Stirrer material of construction: Glass, Stainless Steel or PTFE Lined.2. Stirrer Design: Impeller stirrer with blades, Vortex stirrer, Propeller Stirrer &anchor Stirrer.3. Stirring Drive: Non-flameproof or Flameproof stirrer drive, 192 RPM withVariable Frequency Drive.4. Stirring Assembly: Stirring Assembly with bellow seal or with mechanical seal.
  14. 14. Thisunitissuitableforuseundercorrosive conditions. Only glass and PTFE are exposed toprocessfluids.Bellowsealcanbeusedundervacuum down to 10mm Hg absolute. Mechanicalsealcanbeuse under vacuum 1mm Hg absolute or under pressure permitted into glass vessels.GenerallyareducerisrequiretoconnectthechuckandsealtotopneckofthevesselR27STIRRERSCHUCK & SEALStirrers are assembled in a vessel using a chuck, seal & a reducer. A typicalarrangement of stirrer fitted in a vessel is shown in the diagram.Size A B C D L20 L 250 150 450 25 82550 L 300 200 600 50 1050100 L 300 250 700 50 1200200 L 300 300 900 50 1450300L 300 25 1000 50 1275Cat.Ref. Cat.Ref.Bellow MechannicalSeal Seal Vessel DN L L1 dCSA1 CSM1 20 L 50 300 250 25CSA1.5* CSM1.5* 50,100, 80 360 300 47200 LSTIRRER WITH TEFLON BLADESThese stirrers are used with liquid of low viscosity.Cat.Ref. Vessel L L1 L2 L3 d DSTB10 10 600 300 15 175 25 100STB20 20 825 300 25 200 25 100STB50 50 1050 300 25 200 47 150STB100 100 1200 300 30 250 47 175STB200 200 1450 300 30 325 47 200STB300 300 1275 350 30 425 59 275These stirrers are used with liquid of low viscosity containing small solid particles.VORTEX STIRRERCat.Ref. Vessel L L1 L2 d DSTV50 50 1050 300 50 47 95STV100 100 1200 300 65 47 140STV200 200 1450 300 65 47 190PROPELLER STIRRERThese stirrers are used with liquid of high viscosity or liquid with big solid particles.Cat.Ref. Vessel L L1 L2 d DSTP50 50 1050 300 50 47 95STP100 100 1200 300 65 47 145STP200 200 1450 300 65 47 210ABCDLLL1DN dL1LL2DL1LL3L2DdL1LL2D
  15. 15. R28A stirrer is assembled in chuck with bellow seal and appropriate reducer. This assembly isconvenient to install on a vessel. The assembly consist of :a. Glass stirrer STB/STV/STPb. Chuck and seal assembly CSAc. Reducer PRSTIRRERSSTIRRING ASSEMBLY WITH BELLOW SEALCat. Ref. For Stirrer Chuck ReducerVessel Used & Seal UsedSTBA20 20L STB20 CSA1 PR4/2STBA50* 50L STB50 CSA1.5 PR6/3STBA100* 100L STB100 CSA1.5 PR9/3STBA200 200L STB200 CSA1.5 PR12/3STVA50 50L STV50 CSA1.5 PR6/3STVA100 100L STV100 CSA1.5 PR9/3STVA200 200L STV200 CSA1.5 PR12/3STPA50 50L STP50 CSA1.5 PR6/3STPA100 100L STP100 CSA1.5 PR9/3STPA200 200L STP200 CSA1.5 PR12/3A stirrer is assembled in chuck with mechanical seal and appropriate reducer. Thisassembly is convenient to install on a vessel. The assembly consist of :a. Glass stirrer STB/STV/STPb. Chuck and mechanical seal CSMc. Reducer PRSTIRRING ASSEMBLY WITH MECHANICAL SEALCat. Ref. For Stirrer Chuck ReducerVessel Used & Seal UsedSTBM20 20L STB20 CSA1 PR4/2STBM50* 50L STB50 CSA1.5 PR6/3STBM100* 100L STB100 CSA1.5 PR9/3STBM200 200L STB200 CSA1.5 PR12/3STBM300 300L STB300 CSA2 PR16/4STVM50 50L STV50 CSA1.5 PR6/3STVM100 100L STV100 CSA1.5 PR9/3STVM200 200L STV200 CSA1.5 PR12/3STPM50 50L STP50 CSA1.5 PR6/3STPM100 100L STP100 CSA1.5 PR9/3STPM200 200L STP200 CSA1.5 PR12/3
  16. 16. R29STIRRERSSTIRRER DRIVESA1400RPM3Phasenon-flameproofmotorwithbuilt-ingearissupplied along with a flexibleshaft.Amotorcouplingtocoupletheflexibleshafttomotorisalsoprovided. Other end of theflexibleshaftistobefittedintothechuck.Cat.Ref. HP RPMRSD.5* 0.5 192FLAMEPROOF STIRRER DRIVESA 1400 RPM 3 Phase flameproof motor coupled with reduction gear is supplied along with aflexible shaft. Motor is mounted on a metal base frame, which is designed to install easilywith a Glass Assembly.Cat.Ref. HP RPMFSD.5* 0.5 192SPEED REGULATORS3 Phase non-flameproof regulators are available to control the speed of stirrer drives.Cat.Ref. Phase TypeREG3 3 AVFD3 3 B
  17. 17. R30HEAT EXCHANGERS
  18. 18. SALIENT FEATURESR31HEAT EXCHANGERSSHELL AND TUBE HEAT EXCHANGERSShell & tube heat exchangers offer large surface area in combination with efficient heat transferand compactness. These are widely used in industries for various duties like cooling, heating,condensation, evaporation etc. GOEL are the pioneers in the field of glass shell and tube heatexchangersinIndiaandtheirproducthasa widemarketacceptability.INTRODUCTIONADVANTAGES OVER CONVENTIONAL COIL TYPE HEAT EXCHANGERS1. Universal corrosion resistance an excellent alternative to expensive MOCs likegraphite, hastelloy, copper titanium, tantalum and other exotic metals.2. Excellent heat transfer as fouling does not occur on smooth glass surfaces.3. Flexibility of installation vertical / horizontal.4. Easy replacement of tubes for repair and cleaning.5. Available in wide range of HTAs.6. Ease of installation due to light weight.7. Economical.8. Suitable for applications where large HTAs are required in limited space.(1) The overall heat transfer coefficient in shell and tube heat exchanger is about 3times higher than in coil type heat exchanger.(2) The pressure drop in shell and tube heat exchanger is minimal compared to 2-32kg/cm in coil side of coil type heat exchanger.(3) For requirement of higher heat transfer areas shell and tube heat exchanger is theonly alternative.CONSTRUCTION FEATURESThe glass tubes are sealed individually into PTFE tube sheet with special PTFE sockets andpacking.This unique ferruletypesealingarrangement permitseasyreplacement and cleaningoftubes. Baffles on shell side ensure improved heat transfer by increased turbulance. Furtherdetailsofconstructioncanbeseeninthediagram.TYPEThree basic versions * are available :Material Of ConstructionModel Shell Tube Header DutyRGG Glass Glass Glass For heat transfer between twoagressive media.RGM Glass Glass Steel/ FRP For heat transfer betweenagressive media in shell & non-aggressive media in tubes.RMG Steel/FRP Glass Glass For heat transfer betweenaggressive media in tubes &non-aggressive media in shell.* GOEL provides assistance to clients for selecting theright model for specific duty.HEADERSOCKETTUBE SHEETPACKINGGLASS TUBETIE RODBAFFLESSHELL
  19. 19. R32HEAT EXCHANGERSDIMENSIONAL SPECIFICATIONSCat. Ref.RGG/RMG 6/3 6/4 6/5 6/6 9/6 9/8 9/10 9/12 12/12 12/16 12/21 12/25Area (m2) 3 4 5 6 6 8 10 12 12 16 21 25DN 150 225 300DN1 80 100 150DN2 50 80 80DN3 25 40 40DN4 50 50 50H1 175 250 300H2 150 200 250L 2500 3100 3700 4300 2620 3220 3820 4520 2550 3150 3950 4550L1 1900 2500 3100 3700 1900 2500 3100 3800 1800 2400 3200 3800L2 150 150 150 150 225 225 225 225 225 225 225 225L3 1600 2200 2800 3400 1450 2050 2650 3350 1350 1950 2750 3350L4 250 250 250 250 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300L5 125 125 125 125 175 175 175 175 175 175 175 175L6 1980 2580 3180 3780 2000 2600 3200 3900 1930 2530 3330 3930T 50 60 75No. of Tubes 37 73 151No. of Baffles 11 15 19 23 7 9 13 17 5 7 9 11L6TUBE BUNDLERGGLL1L2 L3 L2T TL4L4DN1DNDN4DN1DN3DN2DN3DN2H2H1H2H1RMGLL1L2 L3 L2T TL4L4DN1DNDN4DN1DN3DN2DN3DN2H2H1H2H1

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