GEA Rainey Solutions, a company within GEA's Heat Exchanger Segment, designs and markets air cooled heat exchangers to engineering and construction firms, refineries, chemical and petrochemical plants, power companies and utilities, and other related industries worldwide.
In 1964 Mr. Jim Rainey founded The Rainey Corporation and specialized in air cooled heat exchanger manufacturing. By 1978, Rainey’s operations had grown enough to impress GEA AG which then acquired the company. During the next six years, GEA Rainey took full advantage of GEA’s global heat exchanger experience, enough that the company had to relocate to it’s current location in Tulsa’s Port of Catoosa. Combining the available technology with the increased shop space has allowed GEA Rainey the ability to better serve the North American market as well as customers located around the world.
The following are typical applications for air coolers:
• Forced and induced draft air cooled heat exchangers
• Recirculation and shoe-box air cooled heat exchangers
• Hydrocarbon process and steam condensers
• Large engine radiators
• Turbine lube oil coolers
• Turbine intercoolers
• Natural gas and vapor coolers
• Combustion pre-heaters
• Flue gas re-heaters
As a wholly owned subsidiary of GEA Group, GEA Rainey Solutions has the financial and technological resources of a global organization, in operation since 1920.
GEA Rainey Solutions is located at Tulsa’s Port of Catoosa near Tulsa, Oklahoma USA, with approximately 250,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility and nineteen acres of outdoor storage area. Our location allows shipment by truck, rail, or barge. The facility is equipped with the necessary equipment and personnel to manufacture air coolers to international standards. All manufacturing processes are completed within our facility to insure the highest quality and timely shipments.
Finned tubes produced are L-footed, overlapped L, knurled L, embedded and extruded. Materials of construction include carbon steel, alloy steel, stainless steel, duplex stainless, incoloy, hasteloy, chrome / chrome-moly and other high alloys. GEA Rainey Solutions has manufactured air coolers to withstand pressures in excess of 17,000 psig.
An independent Quality Control Department and National Board of authorized inspectors insures compliance with the requirements of the ASME Pressure Vessel Code. GEA Rainey Solutions is ISO-9001:2008 certified and is authorized to manufacture pressure vessels carrying the U-Stamp. Other manufacturing standards include, but are not limited to, API, TEMA, AISC, ANSI, PED, CBC, CISC, ISO, UBC and client specifications.
Dunn & Bradstreet Number: 00-722-7861
SIC Code: 3443