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Pumping Process Condensate

The complexities of handling process condensate demands specialized knowledge and reliable equipment. At AxFlow, we excel in providing tailored solutions for pumping process condensate.

What is Process Condensate?

Process condensate is a byproduct of various industrial processes where steam is used for heating or other purposes. This condensation results from cooling down the steam after it has performed its function. Often thin and dry, process condensate poses specific challenges due to its low viscosity, low Net Positive Suction Head (NPSH), and the presence of corrosive elements.

Challenges in Pumping Process Condensate

  • Low NPSH: Process condensates generally have low NPSH, requiring specialized pumps capable of handling these conditions.
  • Poor Lubrication: These condensates lack natural lubrication, increasing wear and tear on pump components.
  • Corrosive Elements: The presence of corrosive elements demands pumps resistant to chemical corrosion.
  • Low Flows: Condensate flows are often minimal, requiring pumps that can handle low flow rates effectively.

Handling Process Condensate

At AxFlow, we understand the intricacies of handling process condensate. Our range of specialized condensate pumps is designed to meet these challenges head-on. With a focus on low NPSHa tolerance, superior lubrication capabilities, and resistance to corrosive elements, our pumps ensure seamless operations in diverse industrial environments.

Applications of Process Condensate

  • Industrial Heating: Used in industries for space heating and various industrial processes.
  • Steam Systems: Condensate recovery systems in steam-based heating systems.
  • Waste Heat Recovery: Capturing and utilizing waste heat through condensate recovery.

AxFlow's expertise lies in providing reliable solutions for pumping process condensate, ensuring efficient and safe operations for industries across Europe. Trust in our specialized pumps to handle the unique challenges posed by condensate applications.