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Tranter, inc.

Tranter, inc. manufactures Supercharger plate and frame heat exchangers with designated marine features for Navy ships, commercial containerships, towboats, tankers, barges and dredges. According to the company's reports, its Supercharger units are replacing failing shell and tube electronic coolers with copper-nickel tubes on assorted types of ships. Titanium plates in the exchangers have proven resistant to both corrosion and erosion by saltwater, and offer reduced space and weight specifications, as well as ease of repair and maintenance. The company offers models up to 16,000 gpm, and maximum design pressure ratings for the frame configurations vary from 150 to 350 psig.

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