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  • high pressure condensate return (hpr) - industrial steam

    High Pressure Condensate Return (HPR) - Industrial steam

    Resultant liquid flows by gravity to the steam traps. As the traps cycle, high temperature condensate flows to High Pressure Condensate (HPR) receiver. Pressure in the HPR is maintained slightly below the lowest steam user in the system to facilitate the flow of condensate from the steam traps to the HPR. When steam is generated in the boiler, the carbonates decompose and produce C02 gas …

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  • high pressure condensate receiving systems

    High Pressure Condensate Receiving Systems

    High Pressure Condensate System Flash steam to DA High pressure condensate to boiler 190 Psi steam to the process flow rate 9,000 lbs per hour 190 Psi to process 357.698 (sensible heat at the higher pressure) – 324.913 (sensible heat at the lower pressure) 868.686 (latent heat at the lower pressure = 3.8%

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  • high presure boiler condensate systems

    high presure boiler condensate systems

    2018-11-9 · Article on how to use trap inlet pressure and several types of condensate pumps for recovering condensate in steam systems. In certain high pressure pumping instances, recovered condensate can even be fed directly into the boiler. The ejector overcomes the pressure drop by feeding pressurized high temperature condensate into the

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  • pressurized condensate return systems

    PRESSURIZED CONDENSATE RETURN SYSTEMS

    Pressurized condensate systems operate continuously at a pressure above 15 psig and the condensate return system is not vented to atmosphere. The pressure in the condensate system is sustained by the dynamics of the system or a systematic control process loop.

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  • high presure boiler condensate systems

    high presure boiler condensate systems

    A boiler is an appliance designed to heat water and produce energy. The heat is applied to water in an enclosed container before being distributed throughout the system. The major difference between a low-pressure and a high-pressure boiler is the amount of pressure per square inch and pounds per square inch gauge that the boiler produces.

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  • the effects of high conductivity in boiler water treatment

    The Effects of High Conductivity in Boiler Water Treatment

    Sep 02, 2019 · The carbonate alkalinity that’s found in the water is directly converted into CO2 by the pressure and heat from the boiler. When the steam from the boiler condenses, carbonic acid is formed, which lessens the pH of the condensate that goes back into the boiler.

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