API 560 Direct Fired Refinery Process Heater Mfr

Special emphasis is given to fundamental manufacturing and design factors which rarely find their way into a bid tabulation, such as: uniform heat flux distribution, firebox configuration, combustion volume, flue gas flow, the mechanical integrity of the heater structure, and vendor engineering fabrication and supply response time. In addition to the full range of industrial process heat applications, The G. C. Broach Company has cooperated in the development of numerous special research applications and pilot plants.

Types Of Heaters Engineered And Fabricated By The Broach Company:

• API 560 Heater
• Charge Heater
• Chemical Heater
• Column Reboiler Heater
• Crude Heater
• Crude Oil Heater
• Debutanizer Reboiler Heater
• Direct Fired Heater
• Dowtherm ® Heater
• Feed Heater
• Fractionator Reboiler Heater
• Glycol Heater
• HDS Reactor Heater
• Heat Medium Heater
• High Temperature Carbon Dioxide Heater
• High Temperature Gas Heater
• High Temperature Oxygen Heater
• Hot Oil Heater
• Heat Transfer Fluid Heater
• Large Vegetable Oil Heater
• LPG Cavern Storage Off Loading Heater
• Petrochem Heater
• Petrochemical Heater
• Petroleum Heater
• Phenol Heater
• Pipeline Heater

• Platformer Heater
• Propane Storage Heating System
• Propane Vaporizer Heater
• Reactor Charge Heater
• Reactor Feed Heater
• Reboiler Heater
• Refinery Asphalt Heater
• Refinery Heater
• Reformer Heater
• Regeneration Gas Heater
• Splitter Reboiler Heater
• Stabilizer Reboiler Heater
• Steam Superheater
• Still Reboiler Heater
• Stripper Reboiler Heater
• Thermal Fluid Heater
• Thermal Liquid Heater
• Thermal Oil Heater
• Therminol ® Heater
• Titanium Tetrachloride Heater
• Tower Feed Heater
• Turbine Exhaust Waste Heat Recovery Heater
• Unifier Charge Heater
• Vacuum Heater
• Water Bath Heater

Current BTU's

Presently, we estimate that The G. C. Broach Company equipment is producing over 868.7 Billion BTU’s of heat each day.

Company News

Giant Heater Leaves for Panhandle

It required eight flatcars to load this one mammoth refinery heater built by the G. C. Broach Co., Tulsa. Seeing it on its way are, left the right, G. C. Cole, Tulsa freight agent for M-K-T Railroad; Cliff DeLay, production superintendent for Broach; and Clayton Broach, company president. The heater, which will be 35 ft wide, 55 ft long, and 90 ft tall when erected, will have a capacity of 166,000,000 Btu, according to the maker.  Read More...

Associations

We are certified under A.S.M.E. Sections I and VIII, The National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors, and The People's Republic of China, Safety Quality License.  Read More...