Steam Heating: Inline

DIRECT INJECTION HEATING
Liquids can be heated by direct contact with steam either in pipelines (inline) or inside vessels (intank). Heating is extremely efficient and virtually silent.

INLINE STEAM HEATING INJECTION TYPE
Steam – which should be at a pressure of at least 100 kPa above the liquid pressure – is directly injected into the liquid using carefully designed injection ports.

VENTURI TYPE
Liquid – which should be at least at the same pressure as the steam – is jetted through the heater nozzle and is heated by the incoming steam.

  • White water heaters for the pulp and paper industry
  • Acid stream heating in metallurgical plants
  • Maize and starch cookers
  • Process water heating
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