Condensate Recovery Solution Pressure Powered Pump Unit

PRESSURE POWERED PUMP:

Hot Condensate still contains 25% of energy you used to make steam in the first place. And since condensate is distilled water. Our Positive Displacement Pressure powered Pump is the heart of money and energy saving Condensate Return system. The PPP pumps condensate using just a small blast of steam of air pressure, even under vacuum and stall conditions. Due to its sealed & gland - less design, the collected condensate can be pumped immediately, without waiting for it cool and with no risk of cavitations.

PRESSURE POWERED PUMP UNIT :

Pressure Powered Pumping Unit is a positive displacement pump unit, operated by steam, compressed air or pressurized gas. The unit is specifically designed to pump hot liquids if specifically gravity 1.0 down to 0.9. This unit is a complete solution to collect condensate pump it to desired level and destination.

Major Disadvantages of Electrical Pump

  • Cavitations
  • Corrosion
  • Leakage

Mechanical Condensate Recovery System Condensate Recovery Pump

Electrical Condensate Recovery System Condensate Recovery Pump

PRESSURE POWERED PUMP:

Hot Condensate still contains 25% of energy you used to make steam in the first place. And since condensate is distilled water. Our Positive Displacement Pressure powered Pump is the heart of money and energy saving Condensate Return system. The PPP pumps condensate using just a small blast of steam of air pressure, even under vacuum and stall conditions. Due to its sealed & gland - less design, the collected condensate can be pumped immediately, without waiting for it cool and with no risk of cavitations.

PRESSURE POWERED PUMP UNIT :

Pressure Powered Pumping Unit is a positive displacement pump unit, operated by steam, compressed air or pressurized gas. The unit is specifically designed to pump hot liquids if specifically gravity 1.0 down to 0.9. This unit is a complete solution to collect condensate pump it to desired level and destination.

Other Disadvantages

  • Not recommended on vacuum (receiver should be vented to atmosphere )
    (Since flash will occur in Pump)
  • Cavitation effect is even more important when condensate pressure is under atmospheric pressure.
  • Safety factor is applied
  • When pressure decreases). 3:1 safety factor is often recommended by electrical pump's manufacturers.
  • Frequency of start ups is limited
  • Receiver size is more important
  • Should be able to accumulate the condensate handled by the pump in 3 minutes (including safety factor)
  • Consume electrical energy
  • knowledge on electrical and mechanical systems for installation and maintenance
  • Special design for explosive areas,
  • Higher noise Level
  • Manufacturers are not specialized in steam / condensate systems

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