Recycling waste steam with a thermocompressor saves energy and water by not venting it. One hundred percent of the energy and water is captured for reuse.
No. There must be access to high-pressure motive steam to recycle the low-pressure waste steam into a higher pressure usable steam and our applications team must ensure the thermocompressor can be sized for the application.
Superheated steam is often generated to power electric turbines or to make the steam safer to transport in long pipes. Superheated steam is less efficient when used to heat things and can damage equipment not designed to handle the high temperatures.
No, there are a few styles of desuperheaters to accommodate a range of operating conditions and space constraints. Our application team can help you pick the right one for you.