Fluid Cooling Shell & Tube HC Series0916COPPER & STEEL CONSTRUCTIONPerformance Notes Preferred for new oil-water applications Rugged steel construction Low cost NPT, SAE O-Ring, SAE flange, orBSPP shell side connections available End bonnets removable for servicing Mounting feet included (may be rotatedin 90 increments)OPTIONSOptional material construction ontubes, tubesheets and end bonnetsWATER COOLED HCRatingsMaterialsMaximum Operating Pressure - Shell Side300 PSI*Tubes CopperMaximum Operating Pressure - Tube Side150 PSIShell Carbon steelMaximum Operating Temperature300 FTubesheet Carbon steelBaffles Carbon steelEnd Bonnets Cast ironMounting Brackets Carbon steelGaskets Nitrile rubber/cellulose fiberNameplate Aluminum foilHow to Order––ModelSeriesHCHCSHCFHCMHCAHCFMModel Size Selected–BaffleSpacing(See page xxfor options)Tube DiameterCode4 - 1/4"(standard for 600& 800 Series)6 - 3/8"(standard for 1000,1200 & 1700 Series)–––TubesidePasses0 - One PassT - Two PassF - Four PassHC NPT Shell Side Connectons; NPT Tube Side ConnectionsHCS SAE ORB Shell Side Connectons; NPT Tube Side ConnectionsHCF SAE Code 61 Flanges on Shell Side (UNC Threads); NPT Tube Side ConnectionsHCM BSPP Shell Side Connectons; BSPPTube Side Connections*HCA 150# ASME RF Flanges on Shell Side ; NPT Tube Side Connections. Shell Maximum Pressure Rating is 150 psiHCFM SAE Code 61 Flanges on Shell Side (Metric Threads); NPT Tube Side ConnectionsCoolingTubeMaterialBlank - CopperCN - CuNiSS - StainlessSteelAD - rialBlank - Carbon SteelBlank - Cast IronW - CuNiB - BronzeS - StainlessSB - StainlessSteelSteelZincAnodesBlank - NoneZ - Zinc

DimensionsOne PassMCNR (BOTH ENDS)S (BOTH ENDS)LS (BOTH ENDS)DTABFKJ(2 EACH END)R (BOTH ENDS)HPEGAll modelsALL MODELSEXCEPTexceptHC-600HC-600 SERIESSeriesHC-600 02.3116.372.754.501.630.440.251.0017.313.660.47.38 440.251.0027.313.660.47.38 40.251.5017.884.440.69.38 40.251.5027.884.440.69.38 40.251.5039.884.440.69.38 (2)2.00—10145.246.759.003.4317. x .750.251.5019. 0 x .750.251.5029. 0 x .750.251.5041. 0 x .750.382.0029.635.691.31.50 0 x .750.382.0041.635.691.31.50 0 x .750.382.0053.635.691.31.50 0 x .750.382.0065.635.691.31.50 63 x .880.383.0031.757.382.25.50 63 x .880.383.0043.757.382.25.50 63 x .880.383.0055.757.382.25.50 63 x .880.383.0067.757.382.25.50 63 x .880.383.0079.757.382.25.50 (4)4.00—ModelWATER COOLED HCHC-600 SERIES

DimensionsTwo PassMCNL45 STTDTABTSFRKRPEHJ(2 EACH END)RGHC-600, HC-1000,HC-1700SeriesHC-600, HC-1000,WATER COOLED HCHC-1700 SERIESModelHC-800, HC-1200SeriesHC-800, .630.440.251.0017.203.640.45.38 7.203.640.45.38 5017.884.440.69.38 (4)1.251.0627.884.440.69.38 1.5039.884.440.69.38 0 x .750.251.5019. 50 x .750.251.5029. (4)1.501.5041. (4)1.501.50.38 (2 - I/O).50 (2 - RET)10365.246.7531.003.4339.354. x 50 x .0639.064.506.252.50.50 x .0651.064.506.252.50.50 x .5612606.267.7555.254.0663.064.506.252.50.50 x .63 x .880.383.0030. .63 x .880.383.0042. .63 x .880.383.0054. .63 x .880.383.0066. .63 x .880.383.0078. (4)2.502.25

DimensionsFour PassMCNT.50L.50DTATFJ(2 EACH END)KRSPERHTGAll models exceptHC-1700 SeriesHC-1700EXCEPTSeriesALL MODELSHC-1700 SERIESHC-1700 02.3116.372.754.501.630.440.251.0017.193.620.44.38 440.251.0027.193.620.44.38 40.251.5017.874.440.69.38 440.251.5027.874.440.69.38 440.251.5039.874.440.69.38 0 x .750.251.5018.834.830.69.38 50 x .750.251.5028.834.830.69.38 50 x .750.251.5040.834.830.69.38 50 x .750.382.0028.945.250.87.38 50 x .750.382.0040.945.250.87.38 50 x .750.382.0052.945.250.87.38 50 x .750.382.0065.945.250.87.38 .63 x .880.383.0030.707.202.08.38 .63 x .880.383.0042.707.202.08.38 .63 x .880.383.0054.707.202.08.38 .63 x .880.383.0066.707.202.08.38 .63 x .880.383.0078.707.202.08.38 (3)2.002.50ModelWATER COOLED HCB

Performance Curves5003432304003002820024Horsepower Removed in 916WATER COOLED HC109876534567 8 9 1015203040Oil Flow (GPM)50 60 70 80 5-6-F11020HC-1236-6-6-F11021HC-1248-2.5-6-F135 10 PSI22HC-1248-6-6-F135 20 14HC-614-3-4-F43Pressure Drop 5 mber150200250 Shipping weights are approximate.

Selection Procedure Determine the Heat Load. This will vary with different systems,but typically coolers are sized to remove 25 to 50% of the inputnameplate horsepower. (Example: 100 HP Power Unit x .33 33 HPHeat load.)If BTU/HR is known: HP BTU/HR2545STEP 2 etermine Approach Temperature.DDesired oil leaving cooler F – Water Inlet temp. F STEP 3 etermine Curve Horsepower Heat Load. Enter the informationDfrom above:Curve40x Viscosity HP heat load xActual Approach Correction AHorsepowerSTEP 4STEP 5ActualApproach5432.5Oil TemperatureOil coolers can be selected by using entering or leaving oil tempertures.Typical operating temperature ranges are:Hydraulic Motor Oil110 F - 130 FHydrostatic Drive Oil130 F - 180 FLube Oil Circuits110 F - 130 FAutomatic Transmission Fluid200 F - 300 FDesired Reservoir TemperatureReturn Line Cooling: Desired temperature is the oil temperatureleaving the cooler. This will be the same temperature that will be foundin the reservoir.1.5A1. nter curves at oil flow through cooler and curve horsepower.Any curve above the intersecting point will work. etermine Oil Pressure Drop from Curves. Multiply pressure dropDfrom curve by correction factor B found on oil viscosity correctioncurve.l 5 PSI n 10 PSI 20 PSIB25060 70 80100150200250300400500Oil Viscosity - SSUMaximum Flow RatesExample Model No.HC - 1024 - 2 - 6 - FTube Side (GPM)UnitSizeBaff leSpacingShell Side(GPM)OTF6001.3, 319, 294824128001.7, 432, 6984422110002, 541, 69146733712002.5, 660, 1152241125617003.5, 8.4125, 253465232116Exceptions to Maximum Shell Side FlowsHC-814-4-4-*63 GPM Max.HC-1014-2-6-*33 GPM Max.HC-1014-5-6-*66 GPM Max.HC-1724-3.5-6-*105 GPM Max.HC-1724-8.4-6-*200 GPM Max.Off-Line Recirculation Cooling Loop: Desired temperature is thetemperature entering the cooler. In this case, the oil temperature changemust be determined so that the actual oil leaving temperature can be found.Calculate the oil temperature change (Oil #T) with this formula:Caution: Incorrect installation can cause this product to fail prematurely, causing the shell side andtube side fluids to intermix.To calculate the oil leaving temperature from the cooler, use this formula:One PassOil #T (BTUs/HR)/GPM Oil Flow x 210).Oil Leaving Temperature Oil Entering Temperature - Oil #T.This formula may also be used in any application where the only temperatureavailable is the entering oil temperature.Oil Pressure Drop: Most systems can tolerate a pressure drop through theheat exchanger of 20 to 30 PSI. Excessive pressure drop should be avoided.Care should be taken to limit pressure drop to 5 PSI or less for case drainapplications where high back pressure may damage the pump shaft seals.Piping DiagramOUTINHOT FLUIDINOUTCOOLINGWATERTwo and Four PassHOT FLUID(May be reversed)COOLINGWATERSpecific applications may have different piping arrangements. Contact factory for assistance.WATER COOLED HCSTEP 1Viscosity CorrectionViscosity CorrectionPerformance Curves are based on 100SSU oil leaving the cooler 40 Fhigher than the incoming water temperature (40 F approach temperature).Curves are based on a 2:1 oil to water ratio.

Piping Hook-up0916B SeriesA Series321213124214431221343SLE / SL / R SeriesHC / SSC / EC Series3 212131242144321213443EC bonnet rotation is slightly different from what is shown. See Series literature for details.K / KN SeriesEK / EKS / EKM Series3221143342112443U / UC / UR Series2211341 Hot Fluid In3 Cooling Water In2 Cooled Fluid Out4 Cooling Water Out4*Note: For all two pass and four pass heat exchangers:3Note baffle location when inserting bundle into shell assembly after cleaning.connections 1 and 2 may be reversed, andconnections 3 and 4 may be reversedwith no effect on performance.

Shell & Tube Recommendations0916InstallationThe satisfactory use of this heat exchange equipment is dependent uponprecautions which must be taken at the time of the installation.RecommendationsReplace gaskets when removing end castings. It is recommended thatgaskets be soaked in oil to prevent corrosion and ensure a tight seal.1. Connect and circulate the hot fluid in the shell side (over small tubes)and the cooling water in the tube side (inside small tubes). Note pipingdiagrams.Salt water should not be used in standard models. Use salt water in specialmodels having 90/10 copper-nickel tubes, tube sheets*, bronze bonnets andzinc anodes on the tube side. Brackish water or other corrosive fluids mayrequire special materials of construction.2. I f an automatic water regulating valve is used, place it on the INLETconnection of the cooler. Arrange the water outlet piping so that theexchanger remains flooded with water, but at little or no pressure.The temperature probe is placed in the hydraulic reservoir to sense asystem temperature rise. Write the factory for water regulating valverecommendations.3. T here are normally no restrictions as to how this cooler may be mounted.The only limitation regarding the mounting of this equipment is thepossibility of having to drain either the water or the oil chambers after thecooler has been installed. Both fluid drain plugs should be located on thebottom of the cooler to accomplish the draining of the fluids. Drains areon most models.4. It is possible to protect your cooler from high flow and pressure surges ofhot fluid by installing a fast-acting relief valve in the inlet line to the cooler.5. I t is recommended that water strainers be installed ahead of this coolerwhen the source of cooling water is from other than a municipal watersupply. Dirt and debris can plug the water passages very quickly,rendering the cooler ineffective. Write the factory for water strainerrecommendations.6. F ixed bundle heat exchangers are generally not recommended for steamservice. For steam applications, a floating bundle exchanger is required.Note: When installing floating bundle unit, secure one end firmly andopposite end loosely to allow bundle to expand and contract. Consultfactory for selection assistance.7. P iping must be properly supported to prevent excess strain on the heatexchanger ports. If excessive vibration is present, the use of shockabsorbing mounts and flexible connectors is recommended.ServiceEach heat exchanger has been cleaned at the factory and should not requirefurther treatment. It may be well to inspect the unit to be sure that dirt orforeign matter has not entered the unit during shipment. The heat exchangershould be mounted firmly in place with pipe connections tight.CautionIf sealant tape is used on pipe threads, the degree of resistance betweenmating parts is less, and there is a greater chance for cracking the heatexchanger castings. Do not overtighten. When storing the unit, be sure tokeep the oil and water ports sealed. If storage continues into cold wintermonths, the water chamber must be drained to prevent damage by freezing.Performance information should be noted and recorded on newly installedunits so that any reduction in effectiveness can be detected. Any loss inefficiency can normally be traced to an accumulation of oil sludge, orwater scale.When zinc anodes are used for a particular application, they should beinspected two weeks after initial startup.At this time, by visual inspection of the anode, determination of futureinspection intervals can be made, based on the actual corrosion rate ofthe zinc metal.The zinc anodes must be replaced when 70% of the zinc volume hasbeen consumed.It may be necessary to drain the water chambers of the exchanger to protectit from damage by freezing temperatures. Drains are provided in moststandard models.The oil chamber of the exchanger may become filled with sludgeaccumulation and require cleaning. It is recommended that the unit beflooded with a commercial solvent and left to soak for one-half hour.Backflowing with the solvent or regular oil will remove most sludge.Repeated soaking and backflowing may be required, depending on thedegree of sludge buildup.It may be necessary to clean the inside of the cooling tubes to remove anycontamination and/or scale buildup. It is recommended that a fifty-fiftypercent solution of inhibited muriatic acid and water may be used. For severeproblems, the use of a brush through the tubes may be of some help. Besure to use a soft bristled brush to prevent scouring the tube surface causingaccelerated corrosion. Upon completion of cleaning, be certain that allchemicals are removed from the shellside and the tubeside before the heatexchanger is placed into service.When ordering replacement parts or making an inquiry regarding service,mention model number, serial number, and the original purchase order number.*Available on HC/SSC/SSCA Series models only.

Maximum Shell & Tube Flow Rates0916CAUTIONIncorrect installation can cause this product to fail prematurely, causing theshell side and tube side fluids to intermix. Maximum allowable flow rates areas charted below.B Series Model No. Example: B-702-A4-FShell Side (GPM) / Baffle SpacingUnit SizeTube Side 691163*281 GPM maximum for all B-2005-D **500 GPM maximum for all B-20080-E and 562 GPM maximum for all B2006-E6 or B-2006-E10562 GPM maximum for all B-2006-E6 or B-2006-E10A Series Model No. Example: A-1024-2-6-FHC / SSC Series Model No. Example: HC-1024-2-6-FTube Side (GPM)Unit SizeSA-400600800100012001600Baffle SpacingShell Side 85769324260695177103115661001332000T18 —4824Tube Side (GPM)F—Unit 1700Baffle SizeShell Side 5251253Tube Side (GPM)100012001700Baffle SizeShell Side 8 2412844221146233722411256465232116K / EK Series Model No. Example: EK or K-712-FEC Series Model No. Example: EC-1236-6-FUnit Size0TTube Side (GPM)F663315120602822011052Unit SizeShell Side (GPM)0T5002013 —10010007010024561228

Shell & Tube HC . Series. Model. Series HC. HCS HCF. HCM HCA. HCFM Model Size Selected. Tube Diameter Code. 4 - 1/4" 0 (standard for 600 T & 800 Series) 6 - 3/8" (standard for 1000, 1200 & 1700 Series) Tubeside . Passes - One Pass - Two Pass. F - Four Pass – Baff el Spacing (See page xx for options) Cooling Tube. Material Blank - Copper. CN .