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Steam Basics Part 17: Condensate Pump Discharge Balance

May 08, 2017 · Condensate Pump Operation is Different than most Hydronic Pumps. The system curve for condensate pumps is much flatter than in most hydronic systems. Let's use an example to illustrate this. In the example below, we assume the friction loss at 90 GPM is 14.5 feet or 6 PSIG. The elevation is shown as 12 feet or 5 PSIG.

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Section 23 22 13 - STEAM AND CONDENSATE HEATING PIPING

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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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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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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The International Association for the Properties of Water

Condensate Water that derives from condensation of steam after passage through a steam turbine or process heat exchanger. (Monitored at the Condensate Pump Discharge (CPD) and Condensate Polisher Outlet (CPO)) Conductivity Specific Conductivity Direct Conductivity Electrical conductivity of an unmodified water sample.[1] Conductivity after

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Understanding Condensate Pumps on a Steam Distribution

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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Steam Condensate Pumps & Boiler Condensation Removal …

Condensate Return Pump, Condensate Systems | Air Flow Pump

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Stainless Steel Condensate Return Units - Industrial steam

High Quality Stainless Steel Exceptional Value, Extraordinary Quality Aero Stainless Steel Condensate Return Units from Industrial Steam offer the best materials available for long life. Tanks have a 20 year warranty against corrosion and are made from 12 gauge 304 SS with internal ribbing where needed for excellent strength. Available in five standard sizes; 12, […]

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Steam & Condensate | Armstrong International

From steam traps, steam tables, steam calculators and steam valves, to condensate pumps, PRVs, control valves, air vents and more—we have it all. As a global leader in steam and condensate products, Armstrong is on the forefront of technology and innovation.

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Condensate Return Pumps - Shipco® Pumps

A condensate pump is designed to pump condensate water produced by conditioned building air that has been cooled or heated, including refrigerated or freezer air, boiler steam in heat exchangers and radiators and furnace exhaust streams.

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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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Condensate Water Make-Up - Federal 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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What Is A Steam Condensate Return Unit And How Is It Sized?

Jan 11, 2021 · Condensate Unit Operation. Condensate units or transfer pumps serve a specific purpose. The goal is to pump hot condensate from low points in the building back to the boiler system as quickly as possible. The condensate flows by gravity from the steam traps down into the condensate receiver and the water/condensate level in the receiver rises.

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Steam and Condensate - What is Condensate?

Deaerate the condensate. This is normally done by heating the condensate with steam in a deaerating tank that is located close to the suction of the boiler feed pump. Convert to balanced, o-ring mechanical seals that will prevent air from coming into the stuffing boxes of condensate pumps through packing.

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Condensate Pumps - Utility Pumps - The Home Depot

VCMA-20UL 115-Volt Condensate Removal Pump The VCMA-20UL has a 1/2 gal. tank capacity. The VCMA-20UL has a 1/2 gal. tank capacity. Little Giant VCMA Series is ideal for collecting, detecting, and the automatic removal of condensate from air conditioning equipment, de-humidifiers, high efficiency furnaces, condensing boilers, and other equipment where an automatic drain pump is required.

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Condensate Pumping Packages - Xylem Applied Water Systems

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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Condensate pump | KSB

A condensate pump is a centrifugal pump which is named after the type of fluid handled. It is used in condensers to pump out the condensed steam as water (condensate) in a technical vacuum (near vapour pressure). In an open circuit, the condensate pump transports the condensate into a tank (e. g. feed water tank); in a closed circuit, it pumps the condensate directly into the boiler feed pump

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Pumps for Steam | McMaster-Carr

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 save you money.

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

Aug 12, 2014 · Steam condensate pumps are part of a system that reduces potential maintenance issues and also makes a boiler more efficient to run. To understand what a steam condensate pump does, let's look at how a boiler heating system works: A central boiler heats up water until it becomes steam. This steam…

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STEAM CONDENSATE RETURN STATIONS - Roth Pump

A condensate pump is a specialized device intended for use in transferring condensate (water) produced in an industrial steam system. Condensate from a heating system or process is collected, then pumped to the condensate return system, where it is routed back to the boiler for reuse. In certain cases, the steam pressure of the system may be sufficient to push the condensate through the steam traps and …

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