Vent & Waste Steam Recovery

Application Waste  Vent Steam CondensationApplication: Waste & Vent Steam Condensation

It is often desirable to utilise vent or waste steam rather than simply release it to the atmosphere or condense it into water to eliminate the steam.  The difficulty has been finding a way to safely and stably condense the steam into a process fluid so the energy can be used in a productive manner. Vent steam is often variable in pressure and availability. Traditional heat exchangers often have trouble functioning in this manner making them problematic.

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Inline Process Water Heating

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Inline process heating has many applications in a variety of process and utility applications. Many industries, such as food, chemical and pulp and paper make use of inline process heating for water, slurry, sludge and aggressive fluid heating applications. Direct steam injection for inline heating is a very good choice for a variety of applications. One of the fundamental principals for efficient and reliable steam injection is the ability to produce and deliver high velocity steam. High velocity steam is what assures rapid and complete condensation and mixing of the steam in the fluid. Often people will look at all forms of steam injection as the same and then make a investment decision based on price.

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Tank Heating

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Jet Sparger Optimisation Heating of water tanks or vessels in many applications is done to stage hot water for use in production, cleaning, line and filter flushing and a number of other uses. Common methods of tank heating are through the use of heat exchangers, eductors or spargers. The incoming water is usually around 45°F – 60°F (7°C - 16°C) and is typically heated anywhere from 100°F – 150°F (38°C - 66°C) for applications involving sanitizing or cleaning.

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