Chanute Mfg Company

Model HRSG - Headers

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Chanute has unmatched experience fabricating HRSG headers and manifolds. We have manufactured every type of HRSG pressure part from reheater to feedwater heater.

We understand the design details and have experience in fabricating every OEM’s header joint styles. The most common joint styles found in natural circulation HRSG’s are:

Full strength (stick-through)

This is the most common joint style utilized today and can be applied to a variety of coil designs. The joint is utilized in single or multiple row harp configurations and for both straight tube sidehill and bent tube radial layouts. A variety of hole bevels are used depending on joint configuration. They range from step bevels to constant depth bevels.

Full penetration

The full penetration tube to header weld is also a common joint style, particularly in superheaters and reheaters. The full penetration (full tube wall thickness) is accomplished by either a straight tube bore with the tube saddled on to the header or by spot face machining of the header to allowing more of a butt weld configuration.

Fabrication Expertise That makes a Difference

With 25 years of header fabricating experience, Chanute knows the design and workmanship procedures that are required to successfully manufacture high alloy headers. Some material types must also be processed very carefully, in particular P91 Cr-Mo and 2205 duplex stainless. Both of these material types are susceptible to weld cracking during fabrication unless special care and fabrication techniques are employed. Additionally, trace elements must be controlled in the base and weld-filler materials to ensure proper metallurgy.

Fabrication Expertise That makes a Difference

With 25 years of header fabricating experience, Chanute knows the design and workmanship procedures that are required to successfully manufacture high alloy headers. Some material types must also be processed very carefully, in particular P91 Cr-Mo and 2205 duplex stainless. Both of these material types are susceptible to weld cracking during fabrication unless special care and fabrication techniques are employed. Additionally, trace elements must be controlled in the base and weld-filler materials to ensure proper metallurgy.

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