Condensation Plant

Condensation Plant

 

a set of equipment that includes a condenser and the pumps, pipelines, fittings, control devices, and measuring instruments required for its operation. Among the largest condensation plants are those that operate together with steam turbines in steam power plants. Such plants are used to condense the back-pressure steam exhausted from the turbine at a low pressure (of the order of 5 kilonewtons per sq m, or 0.05 kilograms-force per sq cm) and have devices for removal of condensate under vacuum and also for removal of noncondensing gases that enter the condenser with the steam (mainly air, which can leak in through imperfect seals in the vacuum system).

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Retrofit of a two step flue gas condensation plant with direct condensation and condensation with a heat pump respectively, at an existing polishing scrubber on a Waste-to-Energy facility.
Contract notice: establishment of flue gas condensation plant with heat pump on existing waste-to-energy facility.
Contract notice: Establishment of flue gas condensation plant on existing waste-to-energy facility.
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The contract covers the total mechanical installation including cranes, batching plant, boiler, electricity producing unit (ORC), transformers, flue gas cleaning plant, flue gas condensation plant, chimney, electrical equipment and SCADA system.
The contract covers the total mechanical installation including cranes, batching plant, boiler, electricity producing unit (steam turbine, ORC or steam engine), flue gas cleaning plant, flue gas condensation plant and if possible absorption heat pump, chimney, electrical equipment, SCADA system.