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Steam and Condensate - What is Condensate?

Properties of Condensate. Steam that has been condensed back into water by either raising its pressure or lowering its temperature. Not to be confused with demineralized, de-ionized, make up, or softened water. When the condensate enters the boiler feed pump additional chemicals are added and the product is now called boiler feed water.

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Condensate Return Pumps – Weil Pump

Jan 01, 2018 · Condensate Return Pumps Author willisadams Posted on January 1, 2018 September 28, 2018 Categories ProductsPumps Weil manufactures three styles of condensate pumps: Series 4100 Condensate Return System using turbine pumps, Series 4200 Condensate Return System using centrifugal pumps, Series 4500 Vertical Condensate pumps.

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condensate pump vent line — Heating Help: The Wall

The Cemline Piston Powered Condensate Pump is uniquefrom the other non-electric condensate pumps in that it is springless. Thisupdated reliable springless design uses a dual piston type configuration thatacts as a spool selector to shift the valve positions. The pump is able to workwith up to 250 PSI motive steam pressure.

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Cavitation in Condensate Pumps | TLV - A Steam Specialist

In the world of steam, cavitation issues can commonly be found in electric condensate recovery pumps. The Cause of Cavitation in Condensate Pumps. Cavitation specifically involves the condensate inside the pump changing into a vapor, and should not be confused with issues caused by vapor streams entering from outside of the pump.

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Steam vs Electrical Condensate Pumps

The temperature of condensate at the outlet of the electrical pump drops to 55-75 deg. C leading to an energy loss of 3-4% of the total energy input in the boiler. With this configuration the feed water temperature is in the range of 50 to 70 deg. C. So, out of the total 20% energy available in condensate and flash steam, only 8% energy is

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LIST OF FIGURES - NRC

scavenging agent and a pH control agent into the condensate pump discharge downstream of the condensate polishers, and an oxygen-scavenging agent and pH control agent upstream of the feedwater booster pump suction. During normal power operation, the addition of an oxygen-scavenging agent and a pH control agent to the condensate system

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Condensate Return Pumps - Shipco® Pumps

Condensate Return Pump, Condensate Systems | Air Flow Pump

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Condensate Return Pumps and Boiler Feed Units | Boiler

Condensate pumps are designed to collect condensed liquid at remote locations in a steam system and move it back to the boiler room. Condensate can be driven by either electricity or steam. Motor-driven pumps typically have centrifugal type pumps and include controls that de-energize the pump when water level in receiver is low.

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Steam & Condensate Management Solutions

system - where condensate is collected from multiple steam traps and condensate is pumped to the boiler feedwater tank. Mechanical fluid pumps are best used where multiple condensate sources are present and where it is practical to install a vent pipe. Pivotrol pressure powered pumps

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STEAM CONDENSATE RETURN STATIONS - Roth Pump

Designed for use in low-pressure steam systems, these pumps capture steam in the attached tank and return hot condensate to your boiler or feed unit. They are activated by a float switch, turning on and off when condensate level reaches a certain depth. Pumps with cast iron tank are for continuous use and have a longer service life than carbon steel.

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Condensate Water Make-Up - Federal Pump

Heating Water with Steam Sizing a Boiler Feed Pump Receiver The receiver tank should be able to hold five minutes worth of condensate for boilers up to 200 BHP and 10 minutes of condensate for boilers over 200 BHP. An additional 33 percent should be added as a safety factor. One BHP (Boiler Horsepower) will produce .069 gallons per

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What Is a Steam Condensate Pump? | Air Flow Pump Corp

Aug 12, 2014 · The steam condensate pump is a relatively small pump but vital to feeding condensate back into the boiler where it belongs. It's a crucial component that helps any boiler-based HVAC system run smoothly and achieve maximum efficiency, as well as …

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Understanding Condensate Pumps on a Steam Distribution

Pressure Motive Pumps (PMPs) are non-electric pumps which return condensate back to the boiler room; using steam pressure as the motive force. PMPs can be supplied as stand-alone units – which include a pump tank, the internal operating mechanism, and a set of inlet and outlet check valves, or: as a packaged system – which also includes the vented receiver tank (to collect the condensate

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STEAM COMING OUT OF A CONDENSATE PUMP — Heating Help: …

Feb 20, 2013 · on a call for make up water a solonoid valve and a condensate pump are energized at the same time. with 1 boiler operating everything works properly. when the second boiler comes on runs for a while steam starts to pour out of the vent of the condensate pump. we added a p trap to the inlet of the condensate pump and this helps some.

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PUMP MECHANISM - Cemline

Roth 212°F (100°C) Condensate Return Stations are designed to handle water near or at the boiling point. Low NPSH submerged pumps provide full capacity at any liquid temperature up to 212°F (100°C). These units will deliver hot water at temperatures up to 212°F (100°C) and will not vapor bind at 212°F (100°C).

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Steam Condensate Pumps & Return Systems - Roth Pump

Roth steam condensate pump return stations eliminate boiler system problems and continue to provide the efficient return of hot condensate to the boiler or feedwater system. Roth steam condensate pump return stations are supplied with reliable pumps that are designed to handle hotter water and develop higher pressures at lower speeds.

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Returning Condensate and When to Use Condensate Pumps

Apr 21, 2017 · The purpose of a condensate return unit or condensate return pump is to lift the condensate to overhead mains in order to get the water back to the boiler room and the boiler feed pumping unit as fast as possible. The receiver is typically made from cast iron or steel.

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Steam Basics Part 15: Condensate Return Pump and Receiver

Designed for use in low-pressure steam systems, these pumps capture steam in the attached tank and return hot condensate to your boiler or feed unit. They are activated by a float switch, turning on and off when condensate level reaches a certain depth. Pumps with cast iron tank are for continuous use and have a longer service life than carbon steel.

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Operation, Maintenance and Installation Manual Condensate

steam traps, steam or water above 190°F may return to the condensate pump . For best operation, condensate should be 160°F or less . Although Armstrong pumps can operate at higher temperatures, we cannot guarantee full capacity or satisfactory operation if condensate is allowed to go above 190°F . This is particularly important

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Section 23 22 13 - STEAM AND CONDENSATE HEATING …

Boiler plant and outside steam distribution piping is covered in specification Section 33 63 00, STEAM ENERGY DISTRIBUTION and Section 23 21 11, BOILER PLANT PIPING SYSTEMS. STEAM CONDENSATE PUMPS. Section 23 25 00, HVAC WATER TREATMENT. The COR and the commissioning agent shall be given a copy of all reports to be maintained as part of

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