High pressure heat exchangers BOSAL ECI

High pressure heat exchangers

For applications where both high pressure and temperature limit the use of plate heat exchangers, BOSAL ECI develops tailor-made tubular heat exchangers. Incorporating technologies based on round, flat and dimpled tubes, these heat exchangers offer intensive heat transfer combined with low pressure-drop and anti-fouling. The result is energy efficient heat recovery at low operating cost

Applications range from exhaust recovery modules for automotive and domestic condensing appliances to evaporators for Rankine-cycle waste heat recovery

Tubular heat exchangers

High pressure (6-60 bar) solutions
  • Compact modular design
  • Temperature range from 200°C to 850°C
  • Pressure resistance up to 60 bar
  • High-grade, fully welded stainless steel
  • Low pressure-drop
  • Small pinch temperature
  • Complete separation of vapor from liquid (phase separation)
  • Certified design and production (ASME, PED, AD2000)
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A wide range of applications >



  • Fuel cell systems: steam reformers
  • Stirling engines: preheaters
  • Internal combustion engines: waste heat recovery systems                                            
  • Rankine-cycle evaporators
  • Domestic heating: condensing units

Additional options & services

To increase the efficiency of your system, this basic footprint can be combined with a number of options:

  • Catalytic oxidative coatings

Facilitate exhaust after-treatment or boost start-up

  • Catalytic reductive coatings

Convert hydrocarbons into hydrogen and carbon monoxide in SOFCs or reformers in PEM fuel cells using temperatures ranging from 600°C to 850°C

  • Aluminium oxide protective coatings

Improve corrosion resistance and eliminate chromium evaporation

  • Integrated mixers

Ensure uniform gas composition, temperature profile and velocity profile resulting in excellent energy efficiency and endurance

  • Burner components

Based on customer designs or recommendations by burner specialists

  • Testing probes

For measuring pressure, temperature or composition for research and development purposes