Jacketed Tanks

A jacketed vessel is a vessel that is designed for controlling the temperature of its contents, by using a cooling or heating "jacket" around or inside the vessel through which a cooling or heating fluid is circulated.

Conventional Jackets
A second shell is installed over a portion of the vessel, creating an annular space within which cooling or heating medium flows.

Half Pipe Coil Jackets
Pipes are split lengthwise, usually with an included angle of 180 degrees, then wound around the vessel and welded in place.

Inner Coil
Pipes are bended inside the vessel, which will allow higher contact surface for the heating or cooling fluid and the vessel contents.

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