Altex builds big air-cooled heat exchangers in Canada

Altex Industries builds big for the Canadian market – and that includes BIG air-cooled heat exchangers to maximum shipping envelope to minimize quantity and costs. All design, engineering, and fabrication occur at its facility in Edmonton Alberta.
It is fully customized to meet all the process, specs, and location. It is available in basic forced-draft configuration and up to fully-winterized (warm air re-circulation) bays with louvers, heating coils, and even insulated panels.
Altex builds to ASME VIII-Div 1 and API 661, and materials of construction include carbon steel, 300 series stainless & duplex, high-nickel alloys like alloy 625.
Altex can also help with re-tubes, new bundles, parts, retrofits, and troubleshooting process issues.
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