Finned Tube Coils

Finned Tube Coil Heat Exchangers

We can supply Finned Tube Coils for new installations or as made to measure replacements for existing damaged coils.

We manufacture Finned Tube Coils to order, therefore we can achieve the right design, materials and construction for most applications.

Our extensive range of Finned Tube Coils are designed for HVAC, and Industrial Process applications. 

UK Exchangers Ltd can produce fully welded, stainless steel finned tube coils. Suitable for the food processing industry and/or steam applications.   


What do they do?

Finned tube coils transfer heat energy from a steam or liquid (inside the tubes) into air (across the fins) or vice versa.

We produce finned tube coils from one off small applications to much larger commercial and industrial projects. The list of applications are endless!

Typical Applications:

  • HVAC / Air Handling Units
  • Heat Pumps 
  • Boiler Economisers
  • Process Drying 
  • Agricultural Drying 
  • Space heating 
  • De-humidification 
  • Process cooling 
  • Heat recovery
  • Air cooling in food manufacture
  • Air heating using steam / thermal oil  


We have various material options: 

  • Tubes in copper, steel or stainless steel 
  • Fins in aluminium, copper, steel or stainless steel
  • Frames in galvanised steel, stainless steel, aluzinc or copper
  • Connections in brass, steel or stainless steel
  • We also supply various coatings to protect against corrosive environments

Coil Types:

  • Finned block - tubes expanded into rectangular fins
  • Spiral wound - crimped fin wound along tube length
  • Water to air 
  • Steam to air
  • Refrigerant to air
  • Oil to air 
  • Run-around coils (air to air heat recovery) 


  • BSP threaded
  • PN16 flanged
  • ANSI flanged 
  • Plain tube

Replacement Coils:

On receipt of your damaged coil or drawing, we can produce a replica coil to fit into your existing duct work and match up to your existing pipe-work connections when possible.
We also offer an on-site coil measuring service to measure up the existing coil. Many clients have saved both time and money by avoiding unnecessary modifications to their existing installations.