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Standard Guideline for preventing erosion of partition plate at Tube inlet nozzle

Standard Guideline for preventing erosion of partition plate at Tube inlet nozzle

Standard Guideline for preventing erosion of partition plate at Tube inlet nozzle

(OP)
Shell and Tube heat exchangers : BEU .
Tube side service : MP Steam / 16 kg/cm2g.
Shell side service : Mixed xylenes.
Type : Xylene finishing column Reboiler.

Is there any standard guideline for preventing erosion on partition plate of Dome cover (Due to tubeside inlet flow) ?

Thanks in advance to all.
Wishing you Happy New Year 2013.

RE: Standard Guideline for preventing erosion of partition plate at Tube inlet nozzle

The pass partition plates are usually made of a higher grade alloy than the shell or tubesheet.
If the unit is all carbon steel you might use a 2% Cr steel for the PPP, if it is all alloy steels then you might go to stainless steel.

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Plymouth Tube

RE: Standard Guideline for preventing erosion of partition plate at Tube inlet nozzle

(OP)
Thanks for your response.Source of information (Is it TEMA Standard or similar to any other standard)?

Thanks & Regards,

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