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Deaerator Working Principles and Deaerator Types

Today a deaerator is an essential part of a steam system. Corrosion in boiler cycles is caused mainly by the presence of non-condensable gasses such as oxygen and carbon dioxide or by a low pH value. While the pH is raised by the addition of chemicals it is more economical to remove non-condensable gasses mechanically. This mechanical process is known as Deaeration and its employment ...

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Boiler Feedwater - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

Boiler Feedwater. Boiler feedwater is then treated in the deaerator to remove dissolved gases (mainly oxygen and carbon dioxide) as these dissolved gases would otherwise cause corrosion in the boiler systems and a final chemical treatment agent is applied to

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Pressurised Deaerators | Spirax Sarco

Steam flowrate to the deaerator (m_dot - body text.jpgs) has already been calculated at 334 kg/h. In this example the maximum water flowrate (the actual capacity of the boiler) to the deaerator is 9 311 kg/h. Water valves are sized on volume flowrates so it is necessary to convert the mass flow of 9 311 kg/h to volumetric flow in m3/ h.

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