Approx. Rs 2,500 / NumberGet Latest PriceInverted bucket steam trap with all stainless steel internals. Best suited for equipment drains with medium to heavy condensate loads. Intermittent operation.
Approx. Rs 2,500 / NumberGet Latest PriceProduct Details:
|Material||Cast iron / carbon steel|
|Size||1/2" to 4"|
Approx. Rs 2,000 / NumberGet Latest Price
Thermodynamic steam trap with inbuilt strainer and full Stainless Steel construction, best suited for header and mainline drains and drop legs.
Sizes and Pipe Connections :
15 NB and 20 NB
Screwed BSPT/NPT & Socket Weldable ends
1. Available with ASA - 150, 300, & 600
weld on flanges on request.
2. Available with IBR certificate
Approx. Rs 50,000 / SetGet Latest Price
|Mounting Type||Foot/ pit|
|Application||Food Process Industry|
|Medium Used||Steam /air|
If 1 t/h of steam is supplied to equipment for a heating process, then the same amount of condensate (1 t/h) needs to be discharged from the equipment. Condensate recovery is a process to reuse the water and sensible heat contained in the discharged condensate. Recovering condensate instead of throwing it away can lead to significant savings of energy, chemical treatment and make-up water.
Condensate can be reused in many different ways, for example:
Reusing hot condensate can lead to considerable savings in terms of energy and water resources, as well as improve working conditions and reduce your plant's carbon footprint.Reduced Fuel Costs
Condensate contains a significant amount of sensible heat that can account for about 10% to 30% of the initial heat energy contained in the steam.
Feeding the boiler with high-temperature condensate can maximize boiler output because less heat energy is required to turn water into steam. When efficiently recovered and reused, it can even be possible to reduce boiler fuel needs by up to 10 to 20%.Lower Water-related Expenses
As long as any impurities picked up during condensate transport are removed, condensate can be reused as boiler feedwater, reducing water supply and treatment costs, as well as costs associated with cold water used to lower condensate temperatures before sewering, where applicable.Positive Impact on Safety and the Environment
Reducing boiler fuel needs through condensate recovery leads to less air pollution by lowering CO2, NOx and SOx emissions.
Additionally, condensate recovery lines can also limit vapor clouds to reduce noise generated from atmospheric condensate discharge and help prevent build-up of water on the ground, considerably improving a plant’s work environment.
Depending on the amount of condensate being recovered and reused, other benefits may include a reduced need for boiler blowdown through better feedwater quality, and less corrosion in the system as water quality becomes more consistent throughout the grid.
Explore More Products