Gas Chlorination Systems

Series SV1500 Steam Heated Vaporizer

Chlorine Gas Feed Systems
  • Rugged corrosion-resistant construction.
  • Small Footprint.
  • Only Steam or hot water required for operating the Vaporizer.
  • Internal Tubes are both roller expanded and seal welded for extra protection.
  • Superheat for all gases.
  • Meets ASME code and Chlorine institute guidelines.

The Chloro Controls' Brand Super' Series SV 1500 Steam Vaporizer is designed to automatically vaporize liquid chlorine, sulfur dioxide or ammonia to provide high feed rates for gas dispensing equipment or other gas needs by using steam as the source of heat. These vaporizers are designed and fabricated in accordance with Section VIII, Div. I ofthe ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code. The entire unit meets Chlorine Institute guidelines for chlorine vaporizing equipment. The unit is very compact, highy productive, combined with built in super heater with common control. Many heating medias can also be used including hot water and heat transfer fluids such as Dowtherm, Therminol etc.

Design Features

The Capital Controls Steam Vaporizer has the following outstanding features:

  • Superior Construction: Liquid Chamber fabricated from heavy wall pipe that exceeds ASME code requirements.

  • Efficient Heating: Heating is transferred using tubes of suitable diameter, which are roller expanded and additionally seal welded for permanent tightness.

  • Ease of Maintenance: The tube bundle is easily removable and replaceable on field if required.

  • Safe Design: Gas pressure relief value provided to prevent excessive gas pressure buildup within the vaporizer.


Vaporizers are designed for system, large or small, where the rate of gas withdrawal from a container (or multiple containers) is not a sufficient to meet the demand for gas. Capacities for Chlorine upto 76,320 PPD (1445.50 Kg/h) are available.

  • Cooling water plants: heat exchangers, piping, towers.

  • Dechlorination for waste-water and textile plants.

  • Bleaching: textiles, pulp and paper, food.

  • Metal finishing waste: cyanide, chromium.