Steam & Condensate Recovery System

Steam systems are an important part of ensuring qualitative products and high productivity. The Steam Systems at Marko Steam Jet improve steam cycle efficiency and enabling products to be qualitative and increase ease and productivity for our stakeholders. We produce a variety of products that make sure the steam reaching your gear is exactly what your process needs at each and every stage. To do the same, we have 3 distinctive products – Steam trap based system, thermo-compressor through condensate recovery system and cascading through the condensate recovery system.

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Cascading System

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In Cascading system we can use the flash steam from one group to the another group by maintaining ΔP (pressure difference). ∆P=P -P (P = First live steam pressure, P = Second 121 2 group steam pressure). ΔP of this system must be 0.5 to 0.8 depends on the rotary joint design. If we cant get the sufficient heat transfer in second group. We can add more steam with the use of control valve by maintaining the ΔP. In Cascading system the high pressure steam isn’t necessary for vacuum the flash steam. In this system, We have to make more groups to get the maximum benefit of the flash steam.

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PRS Station

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This is a pressure reducing control system with high-quality components which ensure reliability and ease of system work.

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Steam Trap Based System

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Steam Trap is a conventional and low cost condensate remaining system. Steam Trap is decreased the pressure as well temperature of the condensate. So that we can’t use the flash steam in another cylinder because of less heat transfer.

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Thermo-compressor Based System

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The thermo-compressor recovers the low pressure steam that is left over post various processes and pressurizes it with mixing high pressure motive steam in order for it to be reused. Upon mixing high and low pressure steams, the valve reducing pressure responds to the fluctuations adjusting it to properly regulate the steam flow.