condensate flash

condensate flash

[′kän·dən‚sāt ‚flash]
(chemical engineering)
Partial evaporation (flash) of hot condensed liquid by a stepwise reduction in system pressure, the hot vapor supplying heat to a cooler evaporator step (stage).
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Here, the reducing stations, Turbinenumleitstationen, preheater and Condensate flash are particularly mentioned.
After dipping, the coating basket is raised into the vapour zone where it is spray-rinsed with cooled Cool-Phos distillate to remove traces of phosphoric acid, Residual condensate flash evaporates as the basket is removed from the tank.