can steam condensate use secondary boiler

Steam Condensate - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

All consumers are connected with a closed condensate–steam reservoir/separator. The steam is evacuated from the reservoir/separator with the ejector and as a secondary flow is compressed up to the consumer pressure, using boiler motive steam as a primary flow. The condensate, via the control valve, is transported to the boiler house with pipelines.

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Why is steam condensate corrosive? – Akvante

A float control and small pump moves condensate back to the steam boiler. In the condensate receiver system shown in our photograph and on similar systems we have inspected in which the steam boiler is sometimes not even in the same building as the condensate receiving system, a control on the receiver sends water back to the boiler.

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Electromagnetic Filtering of Magnetite from Steam Boiler

Sep 22, 2020 · Sitting in condensing mode will do damage to the boiler, the flue piping and the chamber area of the boiler. As the condensate runs down the cast iron and saturates the chamber area, the integrity of the material used to make the chamber becomes compromised and can collapse into the burners. If you see this is happening, take a look at your ΔT.

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Steam Heat Condensate Piping, Pumps, Return Lines

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.

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Steam Piping Best Practices | CleanBoiler.org

Condensate and flash steam from the trap on the primary coil is passed directly to the secondary coil. Here, any flash steam produced by the drop in pressure across the trap is condensed, while giving up its heat to the feedwater. A typical arrangement is shown in Figure 14.6.7. Another example of this idea is shown in Figure 14.6.8.

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Steam Basics Part 16: Return Temperature & Condensate Pumps

Condensate Recovery Using a Mechanical Pump A mechanical pump is used to transport condensate to a distant collection tank. This method doesn't require electricity, but requires a secondary pressure motive fluid such as steam. Using a Specialized Centrifugal Pump for Condensate Recovery Pumps

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Primary/Secondary Piping of Cast Iron Boilers: Should We

Steam Heat Condensate Piping, Pumps, Return Lines

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Condensate Recovery | Flash Steam | Spirax Sarco

Steam Condensate - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

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Introduction to Condensate Recovery | TLV - A Steam

Steam Heat Condensate Piping, Pumps, Return Lines

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Returning Condensate and When to Use Condensate Pumps

Steam Heat Condensate Piping, Pumps, Return Lines

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