For heating and keeping feed water warm.
Boiler feed water is preheated and kept at set temperature in the feed water tank before it enters into the steam boiler (open feed water tank approx. 104°C / 0.2 bar). In addition, inert gases such as oxygen and CO2 are expelled from returning condensate to protect the steam boiler from corrosion. In the counterflow principle, the returning condensate is introduced at the highest point of the deaerator dome. The steam flowing in the opposite direction binds the inert gases and ejects them. The feed water is kept at set temperature in the feed water tank directly via a steam lance or via steam injectors. The steam supply for discharging the inert gases is realised by a an additional steam connection at the lowest point of the dearator dome
or on the top of the feedwater tank.
Centrifugal pumps feed the thermally processed feed water to the steam boiler/evaporator.
-Safe degassing (CO2 and O2)
-Removable (flanged) deaerator dome
-High operational safety
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