All Cooney Thermo-Packs can be customized to fit your specific application including elevations, piping, materials, components, and more. Cooney Engineered Solutions will be there for you throughout the entire process including:
Sick of catalog units?
Want a plug and play heat exchanger with the latest technology?
The Cooney Thermo-Pack is for you.
Using the latest in shell & coil heat exchanger technology, the Cooney Thermo-Pack provides efficient reliable water heating to the market for both domestic, heating hot water, and process applications.
Engineered to sub-cool steam condensate by utilizing the maximum amount of energy from every pound of steam, the Thermo-Pack can help increase efficiency and eliminates flash steam.
The compact vertical design can easily fit into tight mechanical rooms. While the ability to further customize dimensions and outlet orientations helps to reduce installation time and costs.
The large heat transfer surface area within the compact vertical design of the shell & coil heat exchanger allows for a large heat transfer surface area resulting in a highly efficient and effective system.
This technology is the most efficient way to generate heating hot water and domestic hot water from steam due to its ability to utilize counterflow sub-cooling.
The Thermo-Pack captures the latent heat of the steam as well as sensible heat from the steam condensate. Perfect for district energy end-users.
Complete SS 316L welded construction ensures strength and durability. The corrosion resistance of the tube sheet and shell makes for minimal maintenance.
The small footprint of vertical heat exchanger makes it ideal for tight spaces. Ability to manifold together for unlimited capacity in confined spaces.
Interested in saving money and energy? The sub-cooling design of the Cooney Thermo-Pack can help save an average of 10-15% on energy costs when compared to a traditional shell & tube heat exchanger.
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Learn how Cornell University is utilizing Cooney Thermo-Pack’s to provide reliable, efficient hot water to residents in their North Campus.
“Cooney Engineered Solutions worked with us and created what we wanted. The condensate sub-cooling and how cool we can get the condensate is great. We’re getting more heat and that’s a big factor with any kind of hot water conversion, to be more efficient”
– Frank Perry, Thermal Distribution and Hydroplant Manager at Cornell University